On Wednesday, members of the Northeastern community heard from university leaders about the long-range plan and discussed the plan’s objectives, with areas of focus ranging from expanding personalized experiential education to upgrading the university’s physical and digital infrastructure.
President Aoun and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joined community members and partners on Tuesday morning to unveil the Impact Lending program, the region’s first university-supported loan program for businesses owned by female and minority entrepreneurs.
[alt blurb:] Northeastern professor Alessandro Vespignani led an international collaborative effort to track the spread of Ebola in Liberia. The Aspen Institute award, Vespignani says, “is intended to foster the idea of science without borders, science as a global endeavor. Its themes align closely with those of Northeastern.”
Learning a new language is a very personal and profound experience that can help open the doors to new cultures, says applied linguistics expert Stacey Katz Bourns. She hopes to cultivate that mindset at Northeastern.
The Department of Theatre’s latest work, a production of the play Dead Man’s Cell Phone, explores just what happens when you answer a stranger’s ringing phone. The production runs through Saturday in the Studio Theatre.
Exactly how likely is it that hostile agents might rig the 2016 election? We asked William Robertson, associate professor and cybersecurity expert, to weigh in on the feasibility of such an attack.
Join President Aoun and Lyft’s chief technology officer and Northeastern graduate Chris Lambert on Tuesday, Sept. 20, for a conversation about the disruptions in the fast-moving field of transportation, including the arrival of autonomous vehicles
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