Sheldon Kaplan “always wanted to be an engineer and to go to Northeastern,” recalls his son, Michael. Kaplan lived out those dreams, and the world-famous EpiPen he invented has saved countless lives. Kaplan, who died in 2009, was inducted this year into the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Here’s his story.
Dylan Rockoff’s album These Old Streets reached No. 8 on the iTunes singer/songwriter chart when it was released earlier this year. Now, the D’Amore-McKim School of Business student is set to wrap up a tour and figure out what’s next.
Northeastern has launched the Center for Intercultural Engagement, which will provide a range of programming and resources that bring together students, faculty, and staff for discussions around topics such as diversity and identity.
A collective of more than 15 Northeastern student groups, led by the Student Government Association, will work together to register peers for the November elections and generate enthusiasm for the democratic process.
We asked Kenneth Henderson to share his vision for the College of Science, discuss how his interest in science grew, and shed light on how his own undergraduate experience—much like what Northeastern students get on co-op—forever changed his career path.
While on co-op at East Somerville Main Streets, Jackson Ibelle, SSH’19, played an essential role in pulling off the nonprofit’s biggest fundraiser of the year: the Foodie Crawl, which takes place Tuesday.
With more than 2 million apps (and counting) to choose from, how do you know which are the best? We asked some Northeastern students which ones they’re using most.
Both apps and websites leak personal information, including names, gender, phone numbers, and e-mail. But don’t despair. Northeastern researchers, led by assistant professor David Choffnes, have developed an automated system to help you know which platform to use for your online interactions.
Josh Levin, E’17, will compete tonight in the finale of the popular NBC show. Northeastern will host a viewing party in the Curry Student Center beginning at 8 p.m.
New chemical engineering professor Debra Auguste studies human biology at the cellular level with an eye toward identifying more effective drug delivery therapies.
Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States. And while the fateful morning hours of that day are seared into the nation’s memory, for many young Northeastern students 9/11 is more a historical date than an emotional remembrance.
Deogratias Niyizonkiza, the protagonist in author Tracy Kidder’s Strength in What Remains, inspires first-year students to understand “the pain of others so you can work to never let people suffer like that again.” The book was this year’s selection for the university’s First Pages program.