A group of graduate students in Northeastern’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs used their capstone project to design an affordable housing development for the betterment of one Boston community.
It took eight months for a team of 20 Northeastern students to design and then build the 200-pound structure, which will be judged in a regional competition on Friday.
A team of Northeastern students placed second in the 12th annual Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition, held last month in Syracuse, New York.
“Build not to fail” is a lesson all civil engineers are taught. But failure was the only option at the annual student-run gingerbread house competition and oh was it sweet fun!
Nutrons 125, Northeastern’s robotic engineering student club, offers area high school students the chance to design, build, and test a robot in competitions around the region.
Northeastern’s chapter of Baja SAE just completed another successful season, finishing eighth overall at the final competition of the year. Here are five fun facts about the motorsports team and the vehicle designed by engineering students.
This year, Northeastern students launched the university’s first ever chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics—and it was a soaring success.
It took 5,000 man-hours for a team of 30 Northeastern students to build the 245-pound craft, which will be judged in a regional competition later this month.
The Relay For Life groups led by students at Northeastern, BU, BC, and Harvard are engaging in a friendly competition to raise the most money for the American Cancer Society before the Beanpot championship game on Feb. 10.
“The problem is that islanders on the Solomon Islands in remote villages walk two to three hours to collect kerosene for their lamps and cooking stoves, time they could be […]
The Northeastern team of sixth-year students — Matt Lord, Libbi Rice and Adam MasLasco — bested 90 other student groups nationwide in a clinical pharmacy challenge that tested their knowledge and ability to solve complex patient cases.
Justine Siegal of Sport in Society says early preparation and a strong sense of self can help Olympic athletes lead successful lives long after their playing days are over.