Northeastern’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders will implement a new drinking water system in Bbanda, Uganda this summer, bringing potable water to more than 1,000 villagers.
President Joseph E. Aoun delivered a keynote address to the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada in Ottawa at a conference focused on the changes in higher education around the globe.
Michael Creegan, who graduated from the Bachelor of Science in International Business program in the spring, says his academic experience at Northeastern has prepared him for a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Fourth-year communication studies major Christine Umeh has her sights set on a career in the media and entertainment industry in the African nation.
More than a dozen students immersed themselves in a culture steeped in European and African traditions while participating in a Dialogue of Civilizations program to Morocco.
Val Moghadam, director of the international affairs department, explains how Iran’s new president might transform the relationship between his country and the United States.
Companies that expand their global footprint often take more chances than domestic firms, according to Annique Un, an associate professor in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.
Distinguished Professor William Fowler reflects on some of the most unusual gift exchanges between nations in modern history and how the symbolic practice has evolved.
Northeastern and the New England Conservatory are co-sponsoring Boston GuitarFest VIII, a music festival beginning Wednesday night and this year features a “British Invasion” theme.
A new Gallery 360 exhibit highlights Northeastern’s commitment to leading research and education on understanding “big data” and complexity through information design and visualization.
Israel and Middle East expert Dov Waxman has been appointed as professor of political science, international affairs, and Israel studies and co-director of the university’s Middle East Center.
Associate professor of international affairs and sociology Berna Turam has conducted extensive ethnographic fieldwork in Turkey, and she said the recent protests there are about power—not religion.