In the seventh edition of recent faculty books, we highlight works about the role of African-American music in American cultural history, the Biblical origins of Jewish sexual identities and the characteristics of successful leaders in the public sector.
Hot off the presses, the second issue of ECONPress offers a wide range of economic scholarship, from the earth-bound to the celestial
Northeastern studyshows that while college enrollment among Boston high-school graduates climbs, the city’s males are being left behind.
With unemployment soaring, Andy Sum, director of Northeastern University’s Center for Labor Market Studies, is in high demand by the media. The center analyzes trends in state and national labor markets, and workforce development. Professor Sum shares his thoughts about the job outlook and discusses a new, disturbing report that shows teens to be dropping out of high school at higher rates.