“This summer is all about working and studying for me. I actually got a job working as a gardener for a local landlord. I’ve done some organic gardening, and with this job I’ve planted a lot of trees and other things. It’s a great summer job. I never thought I could get a job like this being in the middle of the city.”
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“If I wasn’t an artist I would take a stab at being a forensic scientist (no pun intended). However, I believe even to be a forensic scientist requires a creative […]
“This summer I’m playing in the Cape Cod Baseball League for the Hyannis Harborhawks. One of our assistant coaches is a coach down there and he helped set it up […]
“I was originally thinking of going to medical school, but as a physician assistant I can have more flexibility to change my fields. I either want to work in geriatric […]
“I’m originally from Kuwait and resettled back there in February so I just came back to Northeastern for Commencement. I am definitely not the same person I was when I […]
“I met my boyfriend (Younis Shuaib) in our first week at Northeastern five years ago. It was in the Sustaining Business in the New Economy class when he was being […]
“Right now I’m interviewing for jobs in real estate. Ideally I’d like to be in commercial but I know I’ll probably start in residential because its safer and you have […]
Northeastern researchers have developed a new programming language that can decipher images relayed by drones, untangling, for instance, if an image is of a terrorist planting a bomb or simply a farmer planting root vegetables for his livelihood.
New research from Northeastern professor David DeSteno shows how cultivating gratitude for everyday occurrences leads to greater patience and more self-control.
Graduate student Jaclene Forlano sought to find the perfect pacifier. Not just one with a stuffed animal hanging from it to entertain infants, but one that can help pre-term infants […]
Picture this: A sensor the size of two matchsticks side-by-side that can detect a bacterial infection in two minutes flat. It would quickly enable health-care providers to administer an antibiotic that targets the specific bug rather than a broad-spectrum drug that could be hit-or-miss. That describes the mind-boggling research project that Daniel Ostberg, E’20, displayed in Innovation Alley at RISE:2016.
Today’s wind turbines are gargantuan structures that require high wind speeds to generate large amounts of energy for consumers. One group of engineering students presenting at RISE:2016—and featured at the […]