Rocco DiCicco is getting a taste of Hollywood on co-op with Traction Media, a Beverly Hills, Calif.-based independent-film production company founded in 2002.
Students in a graduate-level capstone course created case studies of talent retention and job creation in cities throughout the world.
International business major Michael Creegan led the American delegation at the Y-20 Forum, held to provide a youth perspective ahead of next month’s G-20 Summit.
Cybersecurity curriculum will prepare select students for highly specialized jobs that investigate cybercrimes.
At Northeastern’s School of Law commencement on Friday, speakers urged law graduates to use their careers to pursue social justice and make positive change in the world.
Northeastern hosted a reception Wednesday to highlight Spieler’s transformative impact on the university after her decade-long tenure.
Prior to their Dialogue of Civilizations program in Rio de Janeiro, Northeastern students were treated to a pre-orientation to the country from Boston’s Consul General of Brazil.
Civil engineering students created an innovative solution for limiting the neighborhood’s traffic problems and pedestrian congestion.
Northeastern University junior Roberto Lavin tutored prospects in the Dominican Baseball Academy run by the Boston Red Sox, which will host their Opening Day at Fenway Park today.
A short film by Northeastern student Joel Marsh was selected to be screened at the 65th annual Cannes International Film Festival in May.
A student-faculty collaboration at Northeastern is using game theory to gain a better understanding of the economics of microlending and why it is more successful in some countries.
Researchers at CERN, the European Center for Nuclear Research, reported this week they are getting closer to discovering the Higgs boson, a subatomic particle that scientists believe will explain why everything in the universe has mass. The Higgs boson is considered to be the “Holy Grail” of particle physics, and finding it would be a great scientific advancement. We asked Emanuela Barberis, associate professor of physics, to explain the Higgs boson and what its discovery would mean to the world’s scientific community.