Mitchell Orenstein, professor and chair of the Department of Political Science, recently visited western Ukraine to observe the lead up to the country’s most recent presidential election.
Angelou died Wednesday at the age of 86. The iconic poet and civil rights activist visited campus numerous times over the years, including as commencement speaker, offering words of encouragement and wisdom.
James Eggers, SSH’12, was recently accepted into the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant program. Starting next spring, he will spend nine months in a college classroom in Brazil, where he will strengthen students’ English language skills and provide insights on American culture.
To make trusted connections in today’s world, companies must deliver authentic stories through inspiring experiences, according to Karen Kaplan, chairman and CEO of the advertising agency Hill Holliday, who spoke on Wednesday at Northeastern’s CEO Breakfast Forum.
Here’s a rundown of some of the top places at Northeastern where you can find a range of art exhibits, unique collections, and a new campus mural.
Graduate students in the physician assistant studies master’s program recently embarked on a volunteering effort to Guatemala to deliver free medical care to families in need.
Sociology doctoral candidate Jesse Fenichel recently received a Fulbright award to conduct research in the Philippines on the consequences outsourcing practices could have on the legal systems there and in the U.S.
Northeastern’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders has received the 2014 Premier Chapter Award from its parent organization for bringing clean water to families in Honduras and Uganda.
Northeastern University celebrated the fourth graduating class of Torch Scholars at a luncheon on Thursday afternoon.
Muralist Daniel Anguilu painted one of his signature graffiti-inspired pieces on the retaining wall of the pedestrian bridge traversing the train tracks. He is the first artist in a new university initiative to bring more public art to campus.
Northeastern University on Tuesday morning hosted a panel discussion centered on the findings of the university’s third national survey on higher education’s role in preparing tomorrow’s global workforce.
Three leaders in gender equality and literacy education in the developing world discussed the value of giving back during a panel discussion on Wednesday evening in Blackman Auditorium.