Laura Mueller-Soppart realized the potential for social enterprise to create powerful change while working on the Obama administration’s Domestic Policy Council.
William “Mo” Cowan, a 1994 graduate of the School of Law, has been selected by Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts to replace U.S. Sen. John Kerry.
English major Lene Adolfsen’s position at a marketing and search-engine-optimization company in England has given her a new perspective on the potential of her humanities degree.
Students in the Bachelor of Science in International Business program study and work in one of 10 foreign countries for a full year, immersing themselves in its culture and language.
The university is the nation’s sixth most popular higher education destination among international students from all over the world, according to the Institute of International Education’s annual Open Doors Report.
The crime lab looks a lot different in real life than it does on TV, according to chemistry major Jacquelyn Horman, who was on co-op with the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
In a discussion with the Faculty Senate, Vice Provost Stephen Zoloth explained the role online education and satellite campuses play in higher education.
Democrat Maggie Hassan, L’85, was elected governor of New Hampshire. She is the first School of Law graduate to serve as a United States governor.
Two political science students are campaigning on behalf of Massachusetts senate candidates Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren.
Senior Nick Fei turned his internship with the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong into a contractor position planning a global business week.
Over a six-month span, fifth-year student Bryan Muñoz completed physical therapy co-ops in both the United States and Ecuador.
A Q&A with School of Business alumni kicked off a series hosted by the Student Alumni Association.