First-year student Hayoung Chang is a fencer, a violinist, and researcher. And that is just a sampling of the robust resumé she brings to Northeastern, where she plans to continue exploring unique experiences.
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Bay Area muralist Susan Cervantes and artists from her organization, Precita Eyes, say they serve as a “bridge” between art and the community, and they’re doing just that by collaborating with students to design and paint the university’s newest mural on the Latino/a Student Cultural Center as part of Northeastern Public Art Initiative. Here’s how you can get involved.
Anthony Braga, newly appointed Distinguished Professor and director of the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, has been working in conjunction with the Boston Police Department for more than 20 years, analyzing policies and developing programs aimed at reducing the city’s violent crime rate.
Northeastern on Friday will convene energy experts from across North America to examine some of the world’s most pressing energy problems. The event includes a free expo from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for students to network with energy companies to explore co-op and other employment opportunities.
On Wednesday, President Aoun led a discussion with former Tufts and MIT presidents Lawrence Bacow and Susan Hockfield, respectively. The three talked careers, disruptions, and opportunities–both personal and for the higher ed sector in general.
Denise Bates spent years building a network of support within the many organizations for which she volunteered in her home state of Arkansas. So when it came time to leave for Northeastern, she worried about rebuilding that community. After driving eight hours to attend an event in Texas for accepted students, she knew she’d made the right choice.
Turning an idea into a business takes a lot of work and strategic planning—both of which the Husky Startup Challenge program can help foster. The first step, though, is signing up, and applications close at midnight tonight.
As a kid, Andrew Colgin liked to tinker with technology. And now—surprise, surprise—he’s a first-year student in the university’s computer science program. “There are students all around me who like a lot of the same things that I do,” he says.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton will face off tonight in their first of three scheduled debates. We asked journalism professor Alan Schroeder, an expert on televised debates, about the keys for the candidates, whether one of them has more to gain or lose, and the roles of both the moderator and real-time fact-checkers.
In his annual address to the Faculty Senate on Wednesday, President Joseph E. Aoun described the increasing competition in higher education while reaffirming Northeastern’s commitment to leadership in education and research.
At “The Future of…” presidential speaker series on Tuesday, Lyft chief technology officer and Northeastern graduate Chris Lambert discussed how autonomous vehicles are the future of transportation—and what that means for Lyft, for people, and for cities in America.