Ryan Wright, E’09, is the young entrepreneur behind a novel startup focused on designing solar-powered charging stations for cell phones and tablets.
By developing dynamic legged robots that emulate animal movements, Boston Dynamics founder Marc Raibert, E’73, says machines will be able to reach new heights.
Toju Ometoruwa, DMSB’16, is the co-founder of a cloud-based service that allows artists and musicians from across the globe to seamlessly collaborate and produce songs together.
Northeastern is uniquely positioned to be ahead of the curve as higher education shifts to a learning model personalized for each individual student, President Joseph E. Aoun told the Faculty Senate on Wednesday.
Marta Skomin, E’14, spent her 2012 spring break in Silicon Valley, networking with high-tech employers and learning more about the industry. The experience led first to a co-op job and then to a full-time position with the same company.
Two Northeastern journalism students on co-op with NBC News this spring had the opportunity to work on some of the year’s most important telecasts, including President Obama’s State of the Union address and the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
Some 500 Northeastern students and young alumni convened at the Curry Student Center Ballroom on Monday evening to network with representatives of more than 40 startups seeking to hire co-op students, interns, and full-time employees.
The second annual International Co-op Fair aimed to connect students who had recently returned from overseas co-ops with those looking to work abroad. It didn’t take long for some to find their perfect professional match.
Northeastern University secured $71.9 million in fundraising in the 2013–14 academic year, far exceeding its goal and marking the second-highest annual giving total in its history.
This guest post was written by Samantha Palmer, a 3rd year biology student who just completed her first co-op at the cosmetic company, Living Proof, Inc. Finals were approaching and anxiety of acquiring […]
Some 2,800 new students were officially welcomed into the Northeastern community on Tuesday at the President’s Convocation, where they were encouraged to take advantage of the many opportunities they’ll have at the university.
Most people start their careers after graduation. Unless they go to Northeastern where most Huskies graduate with two or three co-ops under their belt. In fact, close to 8,000 students interview and get hired for co-op positions each year by our global network of 3,000 employers.