Serving as the liaison for all members of the Northeastern community with government entities

Serving as the liaison for all members of the Northeastern community with government entities

Lobbying on Both Beacon and Capitol Hill

Lobbying on Both Beacon and Capitol Hill

Shaping public policy and advocating on behalf of issues related to higher education and research

Shaping public policy and advocating on behalf of issues related to higher education and research

Demonstrating our research success to elected officials

Demonstrating our research success to elected officials

Honoring our veterans

Honoring our veterans

News & Events

Northeastern to Host Coastal Sustainability Briefing on Capitol Hill on April 26, 2017

Please join us on April 26th at 4:00 PM for a briefing on Capitol Hill hosted by Northeastern University, in partnership with Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL), Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA), and Florida International University (FIU), to discuss the threats facing coastal communities across the country and ways the federal government should consider investing in making these communities more resilient.

Northeastern's Response to the Immigration EO

Here at Northeastern, we are particularly concerned about the impact of President Trump’s Executive Order: Protecting The Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry Into the United StatesNortheastern has taken several steps to ensure that our diverse and inclusive campus remains as such.

How Companies and Colleges Can Get the U.S. Back to Work

President Aoun and Northrop Grumman CEO Wes Bush share how companies and colleges can get the U.S. back to work. 

Higher education for the AI age: Let’s think about it before the machines do it for us

President Aoun highlights the impact Artificial Intelligence will have on the U.S. economy, and urges university leaders and policymakers alike to innovate now in order to meet the needs of lifelong learners.

Obama Administration to Fund Nontraditional Training for Students, Northeastern to partner with GE

The U.S. Education Department will give up to $17 million in loans and grants for training at eight entities that aren’t traditional colleges. GE’s aviation unit will partner with Northeastern University in Boston to allow students to undergo training at one of the company’s jet-engine facilities while working toward a degree in advanced manufacturing.

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