Northeastern’s Department of Career Development held its first career fair of the academic year on Thursday, as more than 2,000 students sought co-ops and full-time job opportunities and networked with representatives from more than 260 companies.
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At the first event in the 2014–15 Women Who Inspire speaker series, three business leaders discussed their career paths and shared insight into how businesswomen can make sure their innovative ideas are being heard in the workplace.
It’s 7:55 a.m. and your class starts in five minutes. You’re running late, and though you’ve showered, pulled on a clean sweater, and packed your book bag, you’ve neglected to […]
Northeastern University recently celebrated the grand opening and formal launch of the Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education, which was founded to arm engineering students with entrepreneurial skills.
The Northeastern University School of Law will launch an online master’s program in Spring 2015 that focuses on equipping non-lawyers with legal skills and knowledge that can be applied in the workplace.
University leaders and researchers joined representatives from industry and government agencies on Wednesday at Northeastern’s Kostas Research Institute to celebrate NanoOPS, a new nanoscale printing system that could transform nanomanufacturing and spur innovation in areas such as electronics, medicine, and energy storage.
Jayant Kale, the new Philip R. McDonald Chair and a professor of finance in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, studies the many factors that contribute to the financial decisions businesses make.
Northeastern University convened experts from industry, government, and academia last week to discuss advancements in next-generation energy storage and battery technologies—both of which have major implications for global challenges in energy consumption, materials shortages, and climate change.
The third annual Local, Minority, and Women-Owned Supplier Networking Event, held Thursday, aimed to connect small business owners with some of the Boston area’s most prominent institutions.
Northeastern students who participated in a summer Dialogue of Civilizations program in India learned how to promote brands in an international market.
Ben Anderson, AMD’12, co-founded Amino, a mobile-based social service aimed at connecting users with specialized interests. In July, the startup announced that it had raised $1.65 million in seed funding.
Ted Clark, executive director of the Northeastern University Center for Family Business, discusses the public battle for control of Market Basket and the lessons other family-run businesses can learn from this situation.