Lindsey Bressler (CSSH, ’18), Mason Gersch (CSSH, ’18), Taylor Straatmann (CSSH ’18) and Aja Watkins (CSSH, ’18) were nominated as Northeastern University’s candidates for the prestigious Truman Scholarship, which seeks to prepare talented students for careers in public service.
Clarissa Santori (COS, 2017) will represent Northeastern University at this year’s Jeopardy College Championship!
Nicholas DePorzio (COS), Keith Harrigian (COS), Katra Laidlaw (COS), Alexander Piers (COE/COS), and Kristian Teichert (COS) were nominated as Northeastern University’s candidates for the prestigious Rhodes, Marshall, and Mitchell Scholarships.
Minhal Ahmed (COE), Trevor Gale (COE), Benjamin Moran (COS), and Hannah Tam (COS) were nominated as Northeastern University’s candidates for the highly competitive, merit-based STEM award, the Goldwater Scholarship.
Carlo Aguilar, CCIS ’20, shares his thoughts on the upcoming historic Super Bowl LI in this entry of “Faces of Northeastern.”
Madeline Seibert, COS/CSSH /16, is the first Northeastern University student to earn distinguished award that funds a year of postgraduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
Cayman Somerville, COS ’17, Honors Student & President of NU Sci, leads student publication in the effort to improve public scientific literacy.
Elena Crouch, COS’19, discusses what makes her proud about Northeastern in today’s “Moments of Northeastern Pride.”
“I have to make sure that I’m being holistic and ethical when I look at what I’m going to design,” says Gabby Hunt, E’17. She was among one of the Thursday’s fair attendees, where students, faculty, and staff extolled the virtues of living, working, and studying in an unfamiliar country.
Professor Elizabeth Bucar shares her thoughts and insights into her teaching experience on the Spain Honors Dialogue, where Honors students travel along the Camino de Santiago.