The second annual Northeastern Students4Giving conference, held Monday in the Curry Student Center, focused on the way policy can help achieve philanthropic goals.
During Northeastern’s Alternative Spring Break next week, 180 students, faculty, and staff will work on more than a dozen immersive service projects worldwide, ranging from protecting natural resources in the Everglades to tutoring orphaned children in the Dominican Republic.
In the first event in a yearlong educational series on “civic sustainability,” Northeastern faculty and administrators encouraged students to embrace their diversity across culture, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation.
Jim Yong Kim, World Bank leader and former Dartmouth College president, will deliver Northeastern’s 111th commencement address on May 3.
Speaking during the Policy School’s Open Classroom series, retired Navy Rear Admiral David W. Titley drew parallels between climate and defense issues.
Through co-op with a business incubator in Cape Town, two Northeastern students helped transform social enterprises devastated by a long history of poverty and racism.
Suzanne Ogden, a professor of political science and an expert on U.S.-Asian foreign policy, weighs in on North Korea’s recent nuclear test.
In a speech on Monday afternoon in the Fenway Center, President Joseph E. Aoun urged Northeastern students, faculty, and staff to embrace their diversity.
The International Student & Scholar Institute’s two-month cultural celebration aims to highlight the diversity of Northeastern students, who hail from more than 140 countries around the world.
On co-op with a nonprofit microfinance organization in the Dominican Republic, third-year student Juan Pena Salas helped impoverished villagers start their own small businesses.
Thanks to the ambition of Sabrina Woods, associate director of career services, Northeastern co-hosted a global event for higher-education career counselors from six countries to network and share best practices.
Marie-Therese Connolly, a 1984 School of Law graduate who received a prestigious MacArthur Foundation grant in 2011, returned to campus this week as a Daynard Distinguished Visiting Fellow.