In Rebecca Shansky’s course on biological psychology, students learn how to critically analyze academic papers while simultaneously gaining a solid footing in the literature exploring the ways animal research contributes to our understanding of psychiatric disorders.
In the first installment of our two-part series looking at some of the big stories and bright ideas primed to make headlines in the new year, faculty experts explain that politically motivated cyberattacks will continue, innovative solutions to climate change are on the horizon, and bipartisan support for healthcare legislation is possible.
“I Am Here” registration for spring semester classes begins on Thursday. Here’s a rundown of other important dates to remember as well as some of the big events happening on campus over the next two weeks.
This year Northeastern saw ambition turned accomplishment across the university community, from graduating the most diverse class ever, to constructing the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex, to building networks at home and abroad. Here, we celebrate 2016 at Northeastern. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2017.
Some 4,500 students will work on co-op during the spring 2017 cycle. Career advisor Emily Norris says students can use winter break to do some additional research on their companies and industries, double-check details like the dress code and commute time, and set co-op goals for themselves.
“The Path to Enlightenment” 30x8.5′, detail, latex and acrylic mural, 2016 Northeastern University Curry Student Center Gameroom A photo posted by Adam O’Day (@adam_oday) on Dec 18, 2016 at 11:31am PST […]
On Monday, photojournalists covering an art exhibit in Istanbul witnessed the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Turkey, and news organizations around the world were left with a crucial decision to make about how to tell the story. Here, professor Matthew Carroll, a former Boston Globe Spotlight reporter, offers some insight into the process.
If you’re staying in Boston this holiday season, you’re in luck: there are plenty of ways to celebrate this winter wonderland. From ice skating and a gingerbread house competition to holiday extravaganzas and sporting events, there’s something for everyone in the city.
Northeastern’s Public Art Initiative is a platform for artists in traditional and non-traditional disciplines—from our community and around the world—to showcase the university’s creative energy.
Our photographers — Matthew Modoono and Adam Glanzman — were there to capture all the monumental and memorable moments of our community in 2016.
At the beginning of every year, millions of Americans set resolutions for the upcoming 365 days. Making those goals stick past the first week of January, however, can prove challenging. We asked Laura Dudley, an expert in behavior analysis, for some tips on actually achieving our New Year’s resolutions.
While campus life will quiet down during the winter break, some university services will remain open. Here are the hours of operation for Snell Library, Squash-Busters, and more.