Northeastern associate professor Matthew Nisbet examines what Pope Francis’ encyclical means for the global climate change discussion and the 2016 presidential race in the U.S.
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Poor communication can be a source of crisis for any organization, but sports organizations are especially vulnerable because of their visibility, says Alan Zaremba, associate professor and associate dean for undergraduate programs in the College of Arts, Media and Design.
University photographers were there to document internationally-renowned artist Jef Aerosol as he installed stencil work around Northeastern’s campus. Aerosol’s work is the latest in President Aoun’s Public Art Initiative.
A group of Northeastern students took home first prize in the iOme Challenge, thanks to its insightful suggestions for how policymakers can help millennials prepare for retirement.
In the wake of last year’s deadly shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, as well as other events in which the police’s use of force has been questioned, is […]
Undefeated, unmatched, and unforgettable, the USS Constitution, which is undergoing a two-year restoration, is the ultimate achievement of 18th century technology says Distinguished Professor of History William Fowler.
Opioid overdose kills some 25,000 people per year in the U.S—or 68 people per day. One way to reduce the nation’s number of opioid-related deaths, says Northeastern drug policy expert Leo Beletsky, is to equip police with naloxone, the opioid antagonist.
Only 6.7 percent of federal inmates in America’s prisons are female, according to April 2015 data from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. And Piper Chapman is one of them. Well, not […]
Alumni ventures, a student’s harrowing life-journey, and the beauty that is campus are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week. .@Northeastern alums have an app to help […]
Olivia Nguyen, DMSB’15, was recently accepted into the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program in Vietnam, an experience that will give her the chance to explore her family’s heritage.
Google’s short-term memory and travel websites overcharging shoppers are just two of the things we learned from assistant professor Christo Wilson’s lecture on Web personalization.
The newest #OurCampusOurCanvas artist, Lyme disease research, and Bill Coen’s first pitch at Fenway Park are among our selections for tweets from the Northeastern community this week.