Recently, Northeastern hosted some 100 high school students from around the country as part of the American Junior Academy of Science annual conference held in Boston to meet faculty, tour labs, visit research facilities, and see science in action.
Recently, Prof. Chuck Hillman was featured in a committee member spotlight for the Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee. The Committee is composed of 17 nationally recognized experts in the fields of physical activity and health.
Psychology major Michael Mitchell’s recent co-op experience at Arbour Hospital as a Mental Health Associate, taught him the value of working with patients.
Recently, Prof. Rhea Eskew gave the prestigious “Palmer Lecture” in a presentation entitled, “Mechanisms of Color: Detection, Discrimination, and Appearance,” to the Colour Group of Great Britain as part of their January Meeting.
Recently, Prof. Lisa Feldman Barrett was featured in the News@Northeastern about her work in a recently published BBC article entitled, “The ‘untranslatable’ emotions you never knew you had”.
Recently, Prof. Barrett was featured in the News@Northeastern in an article entitled, “How Humans Bond: The Brain Chemistry Revealed.”
Recently, Professor Judy Hall talks about her research in a feature on the College of Science website.
Recently, new faculty member Prof. Benjamin Hutchinson was featured in the News@Northeastern in an article entitled, “How memories shape our perception of the present”.
Recently, Professor Rebecca Shansky was featured in the News@Northeastern in an article about her course that offers students the tools to read scientific literature and understand how to use experimental models to form their own ideas and conclusions about research.
Recently, Professor Lisa Feldman Barrett published an article in the New York Times entitled, “How to Become a Superager”.