Joanna Schimizzi enrolled in the master’s of education program at Northeastern’s graduate campus in Charlotte with one goal in mind: professional development.
Northeastern doctoral candidate Daniel Blustein developed a curriculum to introduce middle school students to biomimetic science, the focus of his own research.
Ever since a high school trip to Zambia to repair dormitories, Danielle Fontaine has been searching for a chance to return to Africa. So when she got a co-op with … read more »
Psychology major Kate Pellegrino worked on co-op with a Cape Town nonprofit that fosters fledgling entrepreneurs.
Sheila Harrity, a doctoral student in education and the principal of Worcester Technical High School, participated in NBC News’ Education Nation summit in New York this week.
Ana Moraga, a second-year law student, was recognized Friday as a Champion of Change for her work with at-risk Guatemalan women.
Susan Ambrose will join the university in August to coordinate the university’s ongoing assessment of teaching and learning.
Governor Deval Patrick addresses teens at the National Urban League Youth Summit, calls Northeastern’s co-op program ‘the best deal in America.’
Indiana recently became the latest state to remove the requirement for its schools to teach handwriting, leading to the debate over whether cursive is outdated in our digital society or a critical component of youth learning. We asked Neal Lerner, an associate professor of English and the director of the Writing Center at Northeastern University, to weigh in.
Micro-finance experience in South Africa and a presidential speech inspire a young Northeastern alumna to follow a path of helping others