By traveling to South Africa, it was possible to work with diverse people and wildlife in an environment that I could only dream of America.
This week, 186 members of the Northeastern University community will travel to 15 communities across the U.S. and four other countries for Alternative Spring Break—a weeklong immersive living and volunteering experience. Participants engage in direct service projects that address critical, social needs such as affordable housing, disaster relief, and youth education. This year, the Honors… Read more »
“Being an honors student will enhance any students’ Northeastern experience through cultural events and a plethora of free food. However for me specifically, it helped me along my academic path to help narrow my focus within my major.”
Honors Students Emily Godward and Colleen Maney are part of “Toya Wirasa,” a social enterprise venture aiming to purified water to local schools and food to a local orphanage in Singaraja, Bali. This venture was recently accepted to the Clinton Global Initiative Conference in Phoenix this March.
Hometown: Lusaka, Zambia
Major: Economics, Minor in International Affairs
After Graduation: I will be headed to Harvard University School of Public Health for a two-year Master of Science degree in Global Health and Population.