Community leaders convened at Northeastern on Thursday afternoon for a panel discussion on reducing youth violence through collaboration between Boston police, city officials, and sport-based youth development organizations.
Some 200 members of the Northeastern community came together on Krentzman Quad on Thursday afternoon to observe the 13th anniversary of Sept. 11 and honor those who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks.
There was something for everyone at Fall Fest ’14 on Monday, when students packed the quads to learn how they can get involved on campus, meet their peers, and participate in fun activities.
At the annual Trash2Treasure yard sale on Sunday, students can buy a range of gently-used dorm room essentials—from kitchenware to electronics—that their fellow Huskies opted to donate rather than throw away during the spring move-out period.
Northeastern University convened experts from industry, government, and academia last week to discuss advancements in next-generation energy storage and battery technologies—both of which have major implications for global challenges in energy consumption, materials shortages, and climate change.
Ali Kothari, DMSB’17, was one of more than a dozen entrepreneurs from IDEA-affiliated startups who pitched their ventures to potential investors on Wednesday night at Boston’s new innovation center.
Last week, Northeastern researchers were joined by Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Stephen W. Director to converse with audience members at the Boston Museum of Science from a unique vantage point: the bottom of the ocean at the Aquarius Reef Base off Florida’s coast.
Northeastern assistant professor Sara Wylie attended the first-ever White House Maker Faire, where she presented grassroots science tools developed by Public Lab, the nonprofit she co-founded in 2010.
Northeastern last week convened an interdisciplinary group of national experts to discuss cutting-edge research and methodological breakthroughs in healthcare organization and management science.
Four Northeastern law students delivered powerful reflections on Friday at the School of Law commencement, during which they recalled their academic experiences and looked forward to their careers ahead.
A daylong symposium Friday showcased faculty and students’ research and honored the annual event’s founder, professor Richard Deth, who is retiring after 38 years at Northeastern.
Northeastern will honor graduates as well as an accomplished group of influential leaders and scholars receiving honorary degrees on Friday at the university’s 112th commencement exercises.