LL COOL J Honorary Degree: Doctor of Arts LL COOL J is an entertainment icon who has found great success crossing into multiple mediums. He is a two-time Grammy Award winner, […]
Wade Davis II Honorary Degree: Doctor of Public Service Wade Davis is an advocate, writer, speaker, and educator. Davis is a former NFL player who played for the Tennessee Titans, Washington […]
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Donald G. Comb Honorary degree: Doctor of Science Donald G. Comb is the founder and chairman of the board of New England Biolabs. Comb’s commitment to science led to its inception […]
Victor J. Dzau Graduate ceremony commencement speaker Honorary Degree: Doctor of Science Victor J. Dzau is the chancellor for health affairs and James B. Duke Professor of Medicine at Duke University […]
At its 112th commencement exercises, Northeastern University will present honorary degrees to an accomplished group of influential leaders and scholars.
Janet Napolitano, the former Secretary of Homeland Security who is now president of the University of California, will deliver Northeastern’s 112th commencement address on May 2, 2014.
More than 230 students will graduate from the School of Law in a Commencement ceremony Friday afternoon at Matthews Arena. New Hampshire Governor Margaret Wood Hassan will deliver the Commencement address and receive an honorary degree.
Here are five graduating seniors whose entrepreneurial tracks exemplify the wide range of opportunities on campus and around the world.
The Northeastern experience gives students a career edge after graduation, whether they’re landing dynamic positions in their fields or advancing their education in top graduate programs.
The university will hold its 111th Commencement exercises on Friday to honor its graduates as well an influential group of leaders receiving honorary degrees. Commencement celebrations kicked off Thursday with the second-annual doctor of philosophy hooding ceremony.
At its 111th commencement exercises in May, the university will present honorary degrees to an accomplished group of influential leaders, as well as one that recognizes all of the first responders and law enforcement who acted with extraordinary courage, compassion, and resolve following the tragic Boston Marathon bombings.