Thanks to experiential learning and determination, Northeastern alumna Jasmine Hagans is living her dream as curator of lectures, courses, and concerts at the Museum of Fine Arts, where she’s building its concert profile.
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The Handle Bar founder and Northeastern alumna Jessica Bashelor shares her experience opening and running her own fitness studio in South Boston.
Third-year student Erica Roberts worked on international co-op in India, where she helped develop a class to teach women how to read and write Hindi.
Prompted by Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun’s recent letter urging Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to reinstate military tuition assistance for active duty students, the Massachusetts congressional delegation joined forces to … read more »
Northeastern will commemorate the six-month anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing by hosting a special one-day exhibit encouraging people to add to Our Marathon, the university’s crowd-sourced digital archive.
Laura Green, professor and chair of the Department of English, discusses the role fiction plays in readers’ emotions and the bonds they form with authors and characters.
Fresh Truck co-founder and Northeastern alumnus Daniel Clarke shares his experience turning and school bus into a thriving mobile farmers market.
Martin Dias, assistant professor in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, discusses how information sharing around public safety has evolved in recent years and the benefits and challenges of what he describes as “crowdsourcing public safety.”
In a letter to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel on Sunday, Aoun wrote that active duty military, Reserve, and National Guard members shouldn’t be prevented from accessing higher education benefits due to the government shutdown. Northeastern will provide direct financial assistance to prevent a disruption in their education.
Distinguished University Professor Albert-László Barabási and his team at the Center for Complex Network Research have created a model that can successfully predict the long-term impact of scholarly papers.
An interdisciplinary group of researchers from around the world converged at Northeastern last week to grapple with the ethics of informed consent when using humans as their subjects.
Northeastern officials do not expect the shutdown to have an effect on the university’s financial aid program, though opportunities for federally-supported research may be impacted.