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Communication studies major John Erland, AMD’16, spent six months on co-op in Myanmar—which ended its military dictatorship in 2011—teaching citizens English and working on social issues.
Findings reported in a new paper co-authored by Northeastern Distinguished Professor David Lazer challenge conventional wisdom that politics is all about targeting your base and tiptoeing around the opposition.
Graduate students recently met with Massport officials to present recommendations for strengthening infrastructure lifeline resilience at Logan International Airport. The proposals were developed as part of a new interdisciplinary course at Northeastern.
Men’s basketball, Young Global Leaders Conference, Relay For Life, and mentoring are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.
The Northeastern community has flooded Twitter the past few days with excitement over the men’s basketball team securing its first NCAA tournament berth in 24 years. Here are some of the jubilant messages and photos.
Jillian Gleason, BS/MS’15, will run the this year’s Boston Marathon on behalf of the Martin W. Richard Charitable Foundation, which was created to honor the memory of the 8-year-old boy who died in the 2013 marathon bombings.
Graduate student Jessica Torossian encountered winter’s beauty in the form of frost flowers while performing field research on blue mussels in the Gulf of Maine.
In a new report released today, researchers at Northeastern’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy have found social equity must play an important role in communities’ commitment to walkable urban development.
Baroness Catherine Ashton, former first vice president of the European Commission, discussed her foreign relations experiences during her keynote address at Northeastern’s Global Leaders Forum last week.
Companies also stand to benefit from the positive work-related outcomes fathers experience the more time they spend with their kids, according to D’Amore-McKim School of Business researchers, who present their findings in a new paper.
The prototype prosthetic device, which was designed by five mechanical engineering majors for their senior capstone design project, aims to help amputee farm and agricultural workers control and maneuver tractors.