Julia Pierson’s appointment to lead the Secret Service reflects both a growing trend and the politics of the Obama administration, says assistant professor Amy Farrell.
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Terrell Hunt’s co-ops in Washington, D.C., and Edinburgh, Scotland, reinforced his commitment to a career in diplomacy.
In a presentation to the Faculty Senate on Wednesday, Northeastern CFO Thomas Nedell said the university is “operating from a position of strength” with next year’s budget.
Emma Rubbins-Breen, a third-year international affairs major, whetted her appetite for social entrepreneurship while on a co-op in Paraguay.
David Kimbro, an assistant professor of environmental sciences, says coastal marine species that we depend on for clean water, financial stability, and even a good dinner, are susceptible to foreign invasive species
Joseph Reagle, an assistant professor of communication studies, explains why women make up a very small percentage of “open computing” fields like Wikipedia, Linux, and Apache.
Scottish singer Maureen McMullan is pursuing an Evening MBA, which she views as a valuable tool to promote and celebrate her homeland.
Assistant professor Paul Whitford uses computational techniques to study the nuances of microscopic machines like the ribosome, which is responsible for protein synthesis. Photo by Brooks Canaday.
A leading advocacy group in Massachusetts will begin naming an annual leadership award in honor of John Auerbach, director of the university’s Institute on Urban Health Research.
“The Holocaust is woven into my understanding of the world,” says Nathan Englander, an internationally bestselling author who delivered the second annual Morton E. Ruderman Memorial Lecture on Monday evening.
Northeastern Athletic Director Peter Roby followed hundreds of men’s college basketball games this season as part of serving on the NCAA Tournament selection committee, which released its highly anticipated bracket.
Northeastern will host a campus screening of Journey with the Giant, an extraordinary new documentary by the film’s writer, director, and producer James Gabbe, a 1966 graduate.