Professor Richard Daynard, chair of the Senate Agenda Committee, discusses a new initiative that builds on Northeastern’s unprecedented momentum, and explains how it works and how faculty can get involved.
Bruce Clark, associate professor of marketing, explains what retailers big and small can expect from the holiday shopping season, which kicks off this week.
Hostess Brands filed for bankruptcy, then a judge forced the company back into mediation with union workers. Finance professor Harlan Platt explores this tricky scenario, and what could become of America’s beloved treat, the Twinkie.
Law professor Michael Meltsner discusses the impact of a recent study that sought to determine the effect of allowing patients to review their doctors’ notes after a visit.
Suzanna Walters, the director of the Northeastern Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, says most U.S. politicians don’t view gender equality as a serious goal here or abroad.
Architecture professor Jane Amidon says that researchers must take an interdisciplinary approach to addressing urban environmental design.
We asked three faculty experts to weigh in on Barack Obama’s election night victory and what we can expect from him going forward.
Michael Dukakis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science, discusses what the devastating hurricane might mean for the presidential race — and how the Electoral College factors into the equation.
Stephen Flynn, the founding co-director of Northeastern’s George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security, suggests that the key to withstanding natural disasters lies in taking care of our nation’s critical infrastructure.
English professor and author Gary Goshgarian explains what makes a horror story truly frightening.
Auroop Ganguly, an associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, examines the role our planet’s changing climate plays in weather events like Hurricane Sandy.
Jeff Howe, an assistant professor of journalism, likens digital news to an open kitchen restaurant, where something hot is always being served.