Diomedes Logothetis, the new chair of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, has a vision: To advance Northeastern’s standing as a go-to institution for academic researchers interested in drug discovery. “We can be the engine driving the understanding of how new drugs act,” he says.
Alan Schroeder, journalism professor and presidential debate expert, says Monday night’s debate between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton was “fascinating” and that Clinton emerged as the clear winner.
Northeastern is hosting several exciting events as part of HUBweek—an annual event in Boston billed as “a first-of-its-kind civic collaboration that brings together the most creative and inventive minds making an impact in Boston and around the world.”
Turning an idea into a business takes a lot of work and strategic planning—both of which the Husky Startup Challenge program can help foster. The first step, though, is signing up, and applications close at midnight tonight.
As a kid, Andrew Colgin liked to tinker with technology. And now—surprise, surprise—he’s a first-year student in the university’s computer science program. “There are students all around me who like a lot of the same things that I do,” he says.
Associate professor Jennifer Bowen, a new faculty member at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center, studies the interconnectedness between human activity and some of the world’s tiniest inhabitants—microbes—nestled in marine environments.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will face off tonight in their first of three scheduled debates. We asked journalism professor Alan Schroeder, an expert on televised debates, about the keys for the candidates, whether one of them has more to gain or lose, and the roles of both the moderator and real-time fact-checkers.
The estimated number of privately-owned guns in the U.S. grew to approximately 265 million between 1994 and 2015, with the majority of those new guns being handguns, according to a comprehensive national survey co-led by Northeastern. Owners also now cite protection as a primary reason of ownership.
On Sunday, Northeastern students will try to crab walk their way into the Guinness World Records. Wondering how you can join the fun (or how to crab walk)? We have all the details.
A team of faculty experts examined American attitudes about immigration during a panel discussion on Wednesday. Sentiments of accepting then rebuking immigrants has long been a pattern throughout American history, they said, though the tone of the rhetoric during this presidential race is new.
Pvt. Felix Hall, a 19-year-old African American from Millbrook, Alabama, was lynched in the woods of Fort Benning, Georgia, in 1941. More than 70 years later, Alexa Mills dug into the case as part of her course work in the School of Journalism’s Media Innovation program and then wrote a front-page feature on her findings for The Washington Post.
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