Parish comes to Northeastern from Brandeis University, where she is the Nancy Lurie Marks Professor of Disability Policy and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and inaugural director of the Lurie Institute for Disability Policy.
The exhibit features the work of two artists, Marilene Phipps-Kettlewell and Rene Westbrook. The art is on loan from the Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists in Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood.
Here’s everything you need to know about the event, which is designed to help students looking to carve out their career paths beyond college.
President Barack Obama visited campus seven years ago today. As the president concludes his tenure in office later this week, we take a look back at this moment from 2010.
President Barack Obama delivered his farewell address Tuesday night, which served as a hopeful goodbye and a call to action, urging Americans to bring about positive change and stand up to threats that challenge democracy. We spoke with political experts William Crotty and Nick Beauchamp for their reactions.
Here are three reasons to attend the fair, scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Curry Student Center: You’ll learn about student organizations to join, discover other campus programs and resources, and enjoy live entertainment.
Generate, the student-led product development studio, helps entrepreneurs in the Northeastern community advance their ventures by building prototypes based on their innovative ideas and concepts. “Our vision is to build, inspire, and educate the next generation of entrepreneurial product builders at Northeastern,” says Generate executive director Mina Iskarous.
The national survey, which was led by Northeastern professor Matthew Miller and his colleagues at Harvard, also found that the share of gun owners who acquired firearms via private sale in the past two years without background checks was significantly larger in states without laws regulating such purchases.
Legislation signed last month by President Barack Obama permanently extended federal authorities’ opportunity to pursue civil rights cold cases. Law professor Margaret Burnham says the reauthorization bill’s passage “makes it clear that this is a national priority.”
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.
Terrell Hunt, DMSB’13, has received a 2017 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship, a highly competitive program funded by the Department of State supporting those who want to pursue careers as foreign services officers.
Members of the Northeastern University Police Department, donning red Santa hats, delivered bags full of gifts to a child care center steps away from campus on Monday afternoon.