Annika Morgan and Ben Bungert have a lot in common, including being leaders of student-led entrepreneurship organizations. On May 6, they’ll share the stage at TD Garden to deliver the student address at Commencement.
As co-ops, Micaela Allen and Eric Su have played an integral role in the launch of Insurify, a company that looks to make shopping for car insurance easier.
President Aoun and Gov. Baker on Tuesday announced a major investment that will drive the development of smart sensors and nanomaterials used for a range of medical, defense, and energy applications.
Northeastern researchers have developed a new programming language that can decipher images relayed by drones, untangling, for instance, if an image is of a terrorist planting a bomb or simply a farmer planting root vegetables for his livelihood.
We sat down with President Aoun to discuss a wide range of topics. The first part of the discussion focused on his personal journey. In this installment, we delve into his priorities here at Northeastern.
Created by Lamar Letts, Hylux contains 30 percent less sugar than Gatorade and three times more electrolytes than VitaminWater.
Burnham founded Northeastern’s Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, and her fellowship will support the development of the project’s archive.
Husky Startup Challenge Demo Day, President Aoun’s oped, and coloring books are among our selections of tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Diego Rivas, E’16, grew up in a family of runners. But he didn’t pick up the sport until he enrolled at Northeastern. On Monday, he’ll compete in his first Boston Marathon, dedicating his run to his marathoning friends in Boston and to the victims of the 2013 bombings. “For me,” he says, “it will be an honor.”
An open rehearsal of Alien vs. Predator, a Northeastern student-created original, audience-immersive theatre experience, was held in Ryder Hall on Thursday.
Five members of the Northeastern community will run the marathon on Monday on behalf of buildOn, an organization that uses service and education to combat social issues.
New research from Northeastern professor David DeSteno shows how cultivating gratitude for everyday occurrences leads to greater patience and more self-control.