On Wednesday, President Aoun led a discussion with former Tufts and MIT presidents Lawrence Bacow and Susan Hockfield, respectively. The three talked careers, disruptions, and opportunities–both personal and for the higher ed sector in general.
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.
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.
At “The Future of…” presidential speaker series on Tuesday, Lyft chief technology officer and Northeastern graduate Chris Lambert discussed how autonomous vehicles are the future of transportation—and what that means for Lyft, for people, and for cities in America.
Through the SafeZone app, students, faculty, staff, and campus visitors can immediately report emergencies, request medical assistance, or simply stay in touch during late-hour work assignments.
“I did the best I could’ve done,” champion rock climber Josh Levin, E’17, said of competing on the season 8 finale of the NBC reality show. The experience, he noted, not only made him a better climber, but it helped him bring increased attention to a cause—organ donation—of great personal importance.
Five students who volunteered to share their own global experiences at Thursday’s Study Abroad Fair explain why those experiences were so meaningful—and why other students should consider study abroad.
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.
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.
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.