First-year students and returning undergraduates made their way to campus last week for the start of the new academic year. More than 8,000 students are expected to move into the residence halls before classes start on Wednesday.
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Northeastern convened an interdisciplinary group of researchers for the 2014 International Conference on Intelligent Virtual Agents, where experts discussed and showcased avatars that could be used in a variety of healthcare applications.
At the annual Trash2Treasure yard sale on Sunday, students can buy a range of gently-used dorm room essentials—from kitchenware to electronics—that their fellow Huskies opted to donate rather than throw away during the spring move-out period.
We know there’s a lot for first-year students to take in when arriving on campus and starting their first semester. So we asked upperclassmen to offer some tips on settling in and making the most of their Northeastern experience.
As a new Northeastern student, Welcome Week is where college life begins. Here are some things you should know to make the most of the Welcome Week experience.
Students began moving in on Northeastern’s campus this week, and students, parents, and university departments have taken to Twitter to express their excitement for the new school year.
Here are five tips to help you navigate and make the most of the Welcome Week and move-in experience.
A score of scholars in Northeastern’s new Ujima Global Leaders Program arrived to campus on Thursday for their new student orientation, and then spent the next four days attending workshops, exploring the city, and participating in team-building activities.
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.
The members of Scout, Northeastern’s student-run design studio, are ready to explode onto the campus scene this school year and meet the design needs of the university community.
Most people start their careers after graduation. Unless they go to Northeastern where most Huskies graduate with two or three co-ops under their belt. In fact, close to 8,000 students interview and get hired for co-op positions each year by our global network of 3,000 employers.
Leaders in Northeastern’s entrepreneurship community spoke last week at a national conference focused on preparing students and alumni to launch their careers at fast-growing companies and startups.