In a lecture Wednesday, Mitchell Orenstein, chair of the Department of Political Science, discussed the turmoil in the Eastern European country and what it means from a geopolitical standpoint.
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Jeff Howe, an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern, has developed a new track in the graduate journalism program aimed at preparing mid-career reporters for the digital age.
Klevis Xharda, SSH’14, says his co-op with the Office of the First Lady Michelle Obama last fall has expanded his career outlook: “The White House made me think: ‘O.K. Now, how can I top this?’”
Elikya Bokanga, SSH’16, showcased award-winning diplomatic acumen and strong management skills at the 12th Annual National Model African Union Conference in Washington, D.C. last month.
Here are five nuggets of wisdom for undergraduates from A Professor’s Advice to his Students, a new book by associate professor of communication studies Greg Goodale.
Matt Bilotti, DMSB’15, is a fixture in Boston’s innovation ecosystem, a go-getter who views “every experience as a way to adopt a skill, learn a lesson, or walk away with a new story.”
Dave Muench, DMSB’14, has launched a mobile application called Skimmin that allows users to browse the top headlines of the day in just 60 seconds.
Regular decision acceptance letters went out this week, and Huskies old and new took to Twitter to express their excitement for the Class of 2019. Here are some of our favorite tweets from Husky Nation.
In his latest book on baseball in Latin America, professor Alan Klein charts the history of Major League Baseball’s influence in the Dominican Republic, where sugar refineries had begun fielding ultra-competitive baseball teams as early as the 1930s.
On Tuesday, a panel of experts discussed the complex issues surrounding the fate of plundered, hidden, or vanished works of art during the Holocaust and World War II. The event was part of Northeastern’s Holocaust Awareness Week.
Northeastern University law professor Margaret Burnham was recognized by the Museum of African American History for her work as a civil rights lawyer, educator, and activist, as well as for being the first African American woman to serve in the Massachusetts judiciary.
Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun on Tuesday morning during a panel discussion at Georgetown University shared his thoughts on the skills higher education institutions will demand of their leaders in the future.