A new initiative by Carmen Sceppa, associate professor of health sciences, aims to improve the health of Boston’s Puerto Rican community, which suffers disproportionately from ailments such as heart disease and diabetes.
A Northeastern community program that helps prepare young Boston residents for college turns 30 this summer.
Students in Northeastern’s Foundation Year program proved math concepts apply to real-world issues in a presentation to a trio of local politicians and celebrities.
Northeastern’s Center for STEM Education hosted 160 middle-school students for an all-day program that introduced the teens to collegiate life.
Civil and environmental engineering professor Matthew Eckelman delivered the results of an anesthetic-drug life-cycle assessment to the International Symposium on Sustainable Systems and Technology last week.
Northeastern’s Affective Science Institute hosted a panel discussion among leading “happiness scientists” in conjunction with the Museum of Science and WBUR’s Here & Now.
Okay, admittedly this is not a research post…but bear with me. We pride ourselves on being sustainable here at Northeastern. But are we putting our money where our mouth is…so to […]
Civil engineering students created an innovative solution for limiting the neighborhood’s traffic problems and pedestrian congestion.
Students in Northeastern’s service-learning classes spent nearly 13,000 hours volunteering for local community organizations this spring.
Journalism students participated in a question-and-answer session with Boston Globe editor Martin Baron last week.
Emily Hanson, an athletic training major at Northeastern, made a promise to her father, Larry, that she’d join him in running the Boston Marathon before she ended college. Their family has long-supported […]
The Bouvé College of Health Sciences held a ceremony Thursday to inaugurate its new Health and Wellness Van, which students and faculty use to serve the community by providing clinical screenings and health education to local residents.