Three female financial services leaders shared their experiences of rising to the top of their industries at a panel discussion Tuesday night as part of Northeastern’s Women who Inspire Speaker Series.
Poor communication can be a source of crisis for any organization, but sports organizations are especially vulnerable because of their visibility, says Alan Zaremba, associate professor and associate dean for undergraduate programs in the College of Arts, Media and Design.
A group of Northeastern students took home first prize in the iOme Challenge, thanks to its insightful suggestions for how policymakers can help millennials prepare for retirement.
A research team led by Becky Briesacher, an associate professor in the School of Pharmacy, has disproved a belief that Medicare Part D impacts health outcomes and provides cost-offsets in other medical services.
Undefeated, unmatched, and unforgettable, the USS Constitution, which is undergoing a two-year restoration, is the ultimate achievement of 18th century technology says Distinguished Professor of History William Fowler.
Alumni ventures, a student’s harrowing life-journey, and the beauty that is campus are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week. .@Northeastern alums have an app to help […]
More than 250 metric tons of microplastic are estimated to be floating in the world’s oceans, threatening marine life. Ethan Edson’s prototype is designed to gather data by tracking these harmful particles.
A group of graduate students in Northeastern’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs used their capstone project to design an affordable housing development for the betterment of one Boston community.
For Northeastern associate vice provost for curriculum Katherine Ziemer, questions like “why” and “what if” are the ultimate catalysts for solving problems and making discoveries. To answer those questions, she turns to the smallest unit of matter: the atom.
The newest #OurCampusOurCanvas artist, Lyme disease research, and Bill Coen’s first pitch at Fenway Park are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Alumni Keke Lyles, BHS’11, and Michael Roncarati, BHS’11,—two key members of the Golden State Warriors’ performance staff—share what it’s been like to help the team secure its first NBA Finals appearance in 40 years. The championship series tips off Thursday night, with the Warriors taking on the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Looking to make some plans for the month of June? Northeastern has you covered with these must-see campus events.
In recent years, scientists have discovered that the human brain works on predictions, contrary to the previously accepted theory that it reacts to outside sensations. Now, in a paper published in Nature, Distinguished University Professor Lisa Feldman Barrett has reported finding the epicenter of those predictions.
Modern twists on the timeless Swiss cuckoo clock are on display in Northeastern’s Gallery 360 as part of a new exhibit, “24 Hours in the Life of a Swiss Cuckoo,” which is making its U.S. debut.
The university, in partnership with U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, held a briefing on Capitol Hill last week where experts discussed critical research and policy issues focused on protecting marine ecosystems.
Adam Richman’s visit to Xhibition Kitchen, faculty research, and a cappella performances are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Crossing a busy city intersection can be a precarious task for any pedestrian, a maze fraught with various obstacles. A new app, designed by Northeastern engineering students, would help blind or visually impaired people navigate that maze.
The U.S. Department of Justice on Wednesday indicted 14 individuals on charges alleging widespread corruption at FIFA, international soccer’s governing body. Law professor Roger Abrams examines the criminal investigation and what it could mean for the sport.
Sarah Lombardo, SSH’15, Northeastern’s first-ever recipient of the prestigious Pickering Fellowship, wants to use diplomacy to help former combatants following a conflict.
On Friday, Ireland became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote, a historic event for the traditionally conservative nation. Northeastern associate professor Patrick Mullen discusses what it was like to be on the Emerald Isle during the vote.
The ISEC topping-off ceremony, Northeastern’s Carter Playground investment, and #proudhusky are among our selection for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
When it comes to fighting diseases in the 21st century, Big Data is becoming an integral weapon. At the forefront of this battle is world-renowned network scientist Alessandro Vespignani, who […]
Northeastern’s Department of Cooperative Education and Career Development hosted the seventh annual Employer-Partner Conference on Tuesday to help co-op employers cultivate their workforce landscape.
The 113th Commencement exercises video, Northeastern’s new provost announcement, the El Mac mural, and #iheartcoop are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
Beach Sisters, an outreach program at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center designed to help underserved school-aged girls develop scientific inquiry and citizenship skills, received an award at the Massachusetts State House on Monday.
At Northeastern, an impressive 50 percent of graduates receive a job offer from a previous co-op employer. But in one Boston apartment, that number is a perfect 100 percent.
Northeastern on Friday honored graduates as well as an accomplished group of influential leaders, public figures, and scholars at the university’s 113th Commencement exercises. Here are just some of the tweets shared during the day’s ceremonies.
Colville, E’15, says his favorite memory of his time at Northeastern will be the permanent legacy he’ll leave behind: helping to launch the Department of Bioengineering.
Inspired by her experiential learning opportunities, specifically those focused on research, Annmarie Uliano, E’15, will pursue a master’s degree in industrial engineering starting this fall.
Several hundred members of the Northeastern community began a new tradition on Thursday evening, gathering on Centennial Common for CommencementFest to share in the joy of a seminal moment: Commencement.
The annual Department of Art + Design senior exhibit is now on display in Gallery 360. Curated by the department’s faculty, this show includes work by undergraduate seniors, as well as graduate students in the Information Design and Visualization program.
Graduate students in Joseph Guay’s Crisis Mapping for Humanitarian Action course are doing their part to help with the Nepal earthquake relief response by analyzing and sharing data coming out of the region.
There’s no stopping President Aoun when it comes to public art ideas — murals or digital video games. Starting tonight, Krentzman Quad will be transformed into a larger-than-life outdoor arcade, with three different video games available to play on oversized LED screens. OhHeckYeah @ Northeastern begins at 6 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Nepal’s “harsh geography” will make the rescue and humanitarian aid efforts in response to the devastating earthquake rather challenging, but technology and social media are improving the efficiency of these efforts, says Northeastern associate professor Ozlem Ergun, an expert in large-scale networks.
Each day this week, as the campus community prepares for Friday’s Commencement, we’ll introduce you to a member of the graduating class. Jordan Lieberman, a fifth-year D’Amore-McKim School of Business major, found his passion at the crossroads of politics and business. After graduation, he’ll move to Arizona to start a career with Raytheon.
Xhibition Kitchen, the end of finals, public art on campus, and OhHeckYeah are among our selections of tweets from the Northeastern community this week.