Many militant groups continue to use terrorism despite its political futility. Max Abrahms, a terrorism theorist and newly appointed assistant professor of political science, explains why.
New assistant professor Dietmar Offenhuber wants to make cities and their infrastructures more legible in order to improve their governance. One of his approaches involves tracking the movement of garbage.
Northeastern professors David Lazer, an authority on social networks, and Alessandro Vespignani, a world-renowned statistical physicist, addressed members of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology in a briefing on Tuesday on Capitol Hill.
The use of technology and the influx of international students are among the trends that will dramatically change the teaching of writing, according to Mya Poe, an assistant professor of English.
At the President’s Convocation on Monday morning, students and university leaders challenged the 116th entering class to step out of their comfort zone and explore the world.
This fall’s Open Classroom Series will focus on U.S. health care reform with a particular emphasis on patient safety, Obamacare, and obesity.
The Huskies have depth in all phases of the game, but is it enough to propel them to a conference championship?
The field hockey team lost three stars from a season ago, but coaches and players believe in their chances of winning with a revamped roster.
More than 250 representatives of local, minority, and women-owned businesses pitched their goods and services to procurement professionals at Northeastern University on Wednesday afternoon.
The men’s soccer team will open the regular season next Friday as the favorite to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship for the second consecutive year.
A new book coauthored by Len Albright, an assistant professor of sociology and public policy, examines the social, political, and economic efficacy of an affordable housing complex in a New Jersey township.
A score of officers will participate in a 65-mile bike ride on Sept. 11 in honor of Collier, the M.I.T. police officer who was killed in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.