The library has an awesome new exhibit up called “Places & Spaces: Mapping Science.” They’ve got dozens of maps describing a variety of scientific concepts and trends, like one spider […]
At Monday’s Bouvé Dean’s Seminar Series, Judith Salerno of the Institute of Medicine (IOM) presented a challenge to Northeastern students and their peers around the nation. The Go Viral for Improving […]
Fashion designer Tory Burch addressed more than 200 members of the Northeastern community at an event celebrating the one-year anniversary of the Startup America Partnership.
Swing by the Curry Student Center every Wednesday afternoon for farm-fresh goods from Marshall’s Fenway Farm Stand.
Pran Nath, the Matthews Distinguished Professor of Physics at Northeastern University, is among a group of leading theoretical physicists who have asked the Department of Energy to develop a large underground neutrino facility to maintain U.S. leadership in the frontier of particle physics. We asked Nath to explain the facility and its value.
Judith Salerno of the Institute of Medicine addressed the Northeastern community in the first event in the Bouvé Dean’s Seminar Series.
Northeastern will play Boston College tonight in the semifinal round of the 34th annual Women’s Beanpot Tournament.
Last week Apple announced two new eReader platforms – iBooks and iAuthor – that the electronics giant hopes will modernize learning and “reinvent textbooks.” We asked Matthew Gray, an assistant professor of theater in the College of Arts, Media and Design, who was recently quoted in ArsTechnica about Apple’s foray into textbooks, to comment on the new software and how it will change the face of education as we know it.
In a letter to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, the higher education leaders wrote that research at universities leads to critical breakthroughs in security and innovation.
Eric Jenkins and Kaela Barker have been recognized by the Colonial Athletic Association conference for outstanding achievement on the field and in the classroom.
The American Psychological Association recently released a study reporting that one in five Americans is extremely stressed. We asked Erin Sharaf, a clinical instructor in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences and a former primary-care provider, to expound on the concept of stress from a physiological perspective and what we can do to reduce stress in our own lives.
The new dean, an expert on business strategy and education, says he was attracted by Northeastern’s “extraordinary focus on experiential learning, commitment to building global leaders, and investment in interdisciplinary research.”