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.
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.
Burnham founded Northeastern’s Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project, and her fellowship will support the development of the project’s archive.
John LaBrie and Scott McKinley have been named dean at Northeastern’s regional campuses in Toronto and Seattle, respectively.
Nina Angeles, SSH’15, will examine the impact of social enterprise in Palestinian refugee communities by looking at how fledgling businesses run by community members affect their ability to improve their economic standing.
Retired Army Gen. David D. McKiernan, the former top commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, will address more than 1,100 professional studies graduates—including more than 50 veterans in 29 degree programs—on Friday, May 13 at Matthews Arena.
“You are all participating in a revolution in urban mobility.” That was the declaration made by Zipcar President Kaye Ceille, who served as the keynote speaker Thursday morning at Northeastern’s CEO Breakfast Forum.
Almost everywhere you look nowadays, you’re likely to find someone staring down at a smartphone. At RISE, two Northeastern physical therapy students presented their research on how this practice may […]
For their senior capstone project, four mechanical engineering students—Brian Bernstein, Jonathan Brown, Dale Jordan, and Max Sobel, all E’16—focused on creating a low-cost, quickly deployable solution for helping to mitigate […]
Today’s the day—RISE:2016, Northeastern’s Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo. The annual event showcases the breadth and depth of our students and faculty members’ research and entrepreneurial spirit across many disciplines. […]
Undergraduate students can cast votes for the student body president and executive vice president as well as on two referenda questions. Voting is open through Friday.
Here are three ways students can make the most of their time, provided by Erin Schnepp, an academic advisor in College of Engineering Undergraduate Student Services who runs a series of “Roadmap to Success” workshops.