In 2014, news@Northeastern brought to you some of the most exciting stories about our people. Students, faculty, and staff excelled at breaking new ground in and out of classrooms and research labs. Entrepreneurs and scientists innovated across disciplines. Students traveled the world to push the boundaries of experience. Alumni showed pride and passion in support of their alma mater. And we were proud to share their stories. Here are some of our—and your—favorites from 2014.
Conference championships, individual honors, and Olympic glory highlight a memorable year for Northeastern Athletics.
Northeastern University-Seattle convened top officials from technology and biotech companies in the Northwest and community leaders including Rev. Jesse Jackson to discuss ways to increase opportunity and income equality for minorities and women in these sectors.
Northeastern University survey reveals that today’s teenagers are self-directed.
GEW at Northeastern will celebrate innovators and entrepreneurs across campus and around the world. Here’s what you need to know about this week’s exciting events, which were organized by the Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education.
This is a guest blog post by Gwen Schanker, AMD/S’18, a writer and editor for the student-run magazine NUScience. She is pursuing a double major in journalism and biology. Science writing […]
Engineering innovator James W. Healy, E’54, has invested $5 million to establish a new scholarship fund for outstanding undergraduate students in Northeastern’s College of Engineering.
A new $10 million gift from pioneering engineer and entrepreneur Bernard M. Gordon, H’07, launches the Gordon Institute of Engineering Leadership and builds on the success of the Gordon Engineering Leadership Program he created in 2007.
Monday is the final day to apply to be President Aoun’s co-op: the Global Officer! Why is now the right time for this hire? What will the Global Officer be doing? What advice will President Aoun give his co-op student about exploring the world? We asked. He answered.
“Boston lost a great leader, higher education lost a great champion, and I lost a mentor,” President Joseph E. Aoun said of Menino, Boston’s longest-serving mayor, who died Thursday after a long battle with cancer.
The biannual entrepreneurship expo has added some new wrinkles to its already robust programming lineup this fall. Find out more here and how to get involved in next month’s event, which will be held during Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Tiffany Kelley, MS/MBA’08, recognized a need for better tools to help nurses and improve patient care. Here, she shares her inspiration for creating her business and how Northeastern has helped her along the way.