A course correction for transportation thinking

Pro­fessor Tim Cress­well has received a $1 mil­lion grant to build upon his work in mobility theory by exam­ining urban trans­porta­tion infra­struc­tures and trends in 14 coun­tries. The goal is to under­stand how cur­rent and emerging ideas influ­ence a larger global dis­cus­sion around mobility in areas such as policy, health, secu­rity, sus­tain­ability, and social justice.

Fulbright scholar to study legal work outsourcing

Soci­ology doc­toral can­di­date Jesse Fenichel recently received a Ful­bright award to con­duct research in the Philip­pines on the con­se­quences out­sourcing prac­tices could have on the legal sys­tems there and in the U.S.

How climate talks can be more successful

New research from North­eastern Uni­ver­sity phi­los­ophy pro­fes­sors sug­gests that global cli­mate nego­ti­a­tions would be more suc­cessful if coun­tries worked together out­side of global bar­gaining venues.

One year later, Our Marathon exhibit offers a ‘moment for reflection’

A new exhibit marking the one-​​year anniver­sary of the Boston Marathon bomb­ings is on dis­play at Inter­na­tional Vil­lage. Designed by under­grad­u­ates, the exhibit uses sto­ries and photos from Northeastern’s Our Marathon dig­ital archive.

The battle for Ukraine

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.