Northeastern on Tuesday hosted an employer-partner roundtable breakfast to discuss challenges and best practices for hiring recent college graduates with disabilities.
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Northeastern University on Tuesday morning hosted a panel discussion centered on the findings of the university’s third national survey on higher education’s role in preparing tomorrow’s global workforce.
A new national survey by Northeastern University reveals a concern among U.S. business leaders about the pipeline of talent produced by American colleges and universities.
The yearlong graduate program is aimed at working professionals who want to become innovation leaders in the corporate environment.
Three leaders in gender equality and literacy education in the developing world discussed the value of giving back during a panel discussion on Wednesday evening in Blackman Auditorium.
Northeastern University has launched a new master’s degree program with a built-in experiential learning component, specifically designed for professionals who want to transition into high-growth industries, but do not have […]
This week, the Social Impact Lab at Northeastern University presented a conference where speakers and attendees examined philanthropy’s impact on addressing the challenges contemporary cities face.
Global financial experts reflected on the causes of the Great Recession and 2008’s global financial crisis and presented advice to avoid similar calamities at a daylong conference organized by Northeastern students.
The Senate on Wednesday passed a resolution in favor of establishing a new Master of Science in Innovation degree in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.
Entrepreneurs looking to make an impact in the health sciences industry got advice on funding and networking opportunities from experts in a panel discussion last week at Northeastern.
Four students in Northeastern’s Huntington Management Consulting group placed first at the Marketing Summit at Wake Forest University last weekend.
Northeastern University sociologist Timothy Hoff has found that the healthcare system’s emphasis on efficiency and technology has made it much more transactional and impersonal.