The use of technology and the influx of international students are among the trends that will dramatically change the teaching of writing, according to Mya Poe, an assistant professor of English.
On Wednesday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee agreed on a resolution that would authorize a military strike on Syria within 90 days. President Barack Obama is asking Congress to support … read more »
Katherine Boo, the award-winning author who penned Behind the Beautiful Forevers, spoke to Northeastern’s 116th entering class Tuesday night about the people, places, and inequalities in Mumbai that inspired her first non-fiction book.
On a Dialogue of Civilizations program in South Africa this summer, students worked closely with local entrepreneurs to deliver sustainable and socially responsible solutions for a variety of challenges facing their businesses.
The International Village dining hall reopened Thursday after a series of summer renovations. The revamped facility now includes new stations for guests with food allergies and a preference for kosher food as well as halal protein and a “Deli-To-Go” program.
As part of Northeastern’s inaugural Dialogue of Innovation and Civilization program, students conducted fieldwork and developed innovative, engineering-based solutions to the economic and agricultural challenges facing local farmers in Cameroon.
Students in fields ranging from anthropology to chemical engineering visited a solar power plant as part of a Dialogue of Civilizations program to Sao Paulo in July.
Northeastern professors and international legal scholars convened in Italy to complete groundbreaking text on social and economic rights.
Mark Nardone, Northeastern’s director of information security, has practiced Muay Thai for more than 25 years. For the last three years, he has taken a group of athletes to Thailand to compete in the Muay Thai World Championships.
Northeastern University and the Learning by Giving Foundation have launched the world’s first massive online open course on philanthropy and informed civic engagement. Some 10,000 students have already registered.
Kwamina Panford, an associate professor of African American Studies, examines the legacy of Nelson Mandela, the anti-apartheid activist who turned 95 on Thursday.
Third-year biology major Angelina Sassi co-founded a student group that fights AIDS in Africa and the U.S. and plans to work on co-op at the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation.