Once again, @Northeastern @PresidentAoun demonstrating #highered innovation. Great idea to create a platform for lifelong learning. https://t.co/XFndjeHa73 — Jeff Selingo (@jselingo) October 20, 2016 Kristen Walding with 36 of the Huskies’ […]
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The new educational platform offers hundreds of degree programs, certificates and bootcamps to address the increasingly complex needs of learners and the pressing talent demands of employers.
More than 170 countries reached a landmark climate deal last weekend to limit the use of a chemical used in air conditioners and refrigerators that’s been called the world’s fastest-growing climate pollutant. Northeastern professor Matthew Eckelman weighs in on the deal’s significance and the environmental trade offs that come with replacing one technology with another.
Exactly how likely is it that hostile agents might rig the 2016 election? We asked William Robertson, associate professor and cybersecurity expert, to weigh in on the feasibility of such an attack.
Alan Stone was the architect of many presidential speeches in the early 1990s. As the 2016 campaign enters the home stretch, we asked him to share his experiences, tips, and what it’s like to hear a president speak words you’ve written.
Nearly 400 students volunteered at some 30 sites across the city of Boston on Saturday, dedicating their time to serving the community as part of the university’s annual Service Day. NU […]
Mayor Martin Walsh, Chrissy Teigen, the university’s own Michael Dukakis, and more will share experiences and insights as part of the Forbes Under 30 Summit, a city-wide gathering of young entrepreneurs and game-changers. Northeastern is hosting programming today and tomorrow in Blackman Auditorium, free and open to all with a valid Northeastern ID.
“The media have a Trump problem,” associate professor of journalism Dan Kennedy said bluntly. His comments came as part of a discussion about the role of the media in this year’s atypical presidential race. A panel of experts examined that issue, along with the influence that pop culture and the rise of social media have had on political news coverage.
Coffee hour & lab opening — so good to show bosses @Northeastern what we will be doing in this beautiful space! pic.twitter.com/Db0KkTCGZ4 — Ameet Pinto (@watermicrobe) October 13, 2016 Huge shoutout […]
The 2016 presidential election has introduced many firsts for American politics, but it isn’t without precedent, says Bill Crotty, professor emeritus and an expert on presidential politics. “This is not the worst of times,” he explains, “but it is a low point in a country with a history of political low points.” Here he talks about the “civil war” within the Republican Party and the problems for Democrats that “are just beginning to surface.”
Raina Levin isn’t sure where her education will lead her, but she knows her natural curiosity and Northeastern’s ecosystem of exploration—rooted in co-op—will guide her in the right direction.
For ecological forecasters like Northeastern’s Brian Helmuth, mussels act as a barometer of climate change. That’s why Helmuth created “robomussels”—tiny robots that look like mussels but are outfitted with sensors to track temperature conditions.