Education for a New Generation

The Lang Youth commit to Sat­urday and summer classes at NewYork-​​​​Presbyterian. The hands-​​​​on courses are taught by Columbia Uni­ver­sity fac­ulty and stu­dents and include clin­ical rota­tions and intern­ships. Cur­riculum covers […]

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Are You Experienced? Employers Hope So

Your col­lege degree is impor­tant, but it needs to be bol­stered with plenty of work expe­ri­ence. According to a new survey by FTI Con­sulting, on behalf of North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, 60% of […]

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Wonder Material Ignites Scientific Gold Rush

Among those expressing enthu­siasm for graphene is the U.S. mil­i­tary. In late 2011, the U.S. Army Research Lab­o­ra­tory in Adelphi, Md., signed an agree­ment to study graphene’s prop­er­ties with Northeastern […]

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Summer Jobs Elude Many Teenagers

Andrew Sum, director of the Center for Labor Market Studies at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity in Boston, said the weak teen job sit­u­a­tion is wors­ening existing racial and socioe­co­nomic dis­par­i­ties in the […]

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Career Journal: How to Motivate Employees

Employees who are not enthu­si­astic about their work can be a big problem for man­agers. These employees are not only less pro­duc­tive, but their lack of moti­va­tion for tasks can […]

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Marc H. Meyer: Strike the Right Balance

GUEST MENTOR Marc H. Meyer, founder of the Entre­pre­neur­ship and Inno­va­tion Group at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness: One-​​person shows rarely achieve suc­cess in new ven­ture cre­ation – and for good reason. Think […]

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