Assistant professor Brooke Foucault Welles is studying how people can better understand and leverage their social networks to identify valuable and previously unnoticed connections or resources. She says this work could be particularly valuable for the military.
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.
Nabila Abuljadayel, AMD’16, recently had the opportunity to see her favorite sports team, Spanish soccer club Real Madrid, play in the U.S. during an international soccer tournament. And she watched most of the game through the lens of her camera, as a credentialed photographer.
The members of Scout, Northeastern’s student-run design studio, are ready to explode onto the campus scene this school year and meet the design needs of the university community.
Print– and paper-making works by three graduates of Northeastern’s joint studio art program with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts are now on display at Gallery 360’s new exhibit “A Brief Stay: Print & Paper Show.”
Photographs, oil paintings, videos, mini furniture, and a sculpture made out of colorful cough drops are among the artwork on display at Gallery 360 in a new exhibit featuring the work of talented Northeastern University seniors.
A variety of video, card, and board games developed by Northeastern students were on display at the Center for the Arts’ Game Demo Day on Thursday evening.
Northeastern Distinguished Professor of Journalism Walter Robinson discusses his work as a juror for the Pulitzer Prize for Investigative Reporting.
Jeff Howe, an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern, has developed a new track in the graduate journalism program aimed at preparing mid-career reporters for the digital age.
Bethany, the theatre department’s first production of 2014, tells the darkly comic story of a single mother’s struggle to regain what she’s lost at the height of the Great Recession: her home and her daughter.
A new Gallery 360 exhibit by Northeastern alumnus Mitch Weiss comprises carefully curated black-and-white street photographs depicting scenes from two pairs of sister cities: Boston and Kyoto, Japan, and New York City and Tokyo.
Elephant’s Graveyard, a play based on the true tale of the tragic collision between a struggling circus and a tiny town in Tennessee in the early 1900s, begins its two-week run on Tuesday in the Curry Student Center’s Studio Theatre.