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.
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Four professors in the College of Science explained what drives their passion for science and discovery at a campus event Thursday night.
“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.
In its first year since forming, the Northeastern Climbing Team has taken the rock climbing community by storm, finishing second in the 2014 national collegiate championships and helping to grow rock climbing on campus.
On Wednesday, university administrators and faculty members discussed the planned changes for employees’ medical plan options and pledged to improve communication in light of concerns that have arisen from the process.
President Joseph E. Aoun discussed co-op, his new global officer position, and leadership lessons on Monday night in a meeting with the Northeastern Student Government Association.
Burgard, the director of Northeastern’s School of Journalism, has passed away. The Northeastern community is remembering him as a talented journalist and a vital member of the university community.
An interdisciplinary group of Northeastern faculty and students led interactive demos and presentations showcasing research projects that leverage Big Data at the university’s sixth Pop Up Open Lab Experience and Reception on Monday.
First-year engineering students designed autonomous “sumo robots” that faced off in a friendly competition Friday as part of an innovative new pilot course.
Alec Walecki and Kenneth McNeill, two members of the Northeastern mountain biking club team, will compete at this weekend’s USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships in North Carolina.
Chaos and conflict on the international landscape—particularly in the Middle East—in recent years can in part be traced back to America’s victory in the Cold War, according to veteran journalist and Slate columnist Fred Kaplan, who spoke this week at Northeastern.
Northeastern, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, hosted a workshop to introduce military historians to digital tools that could help them advance their own work and forge new collaborations with colleagues.