A co-op in Greece inspired Northeastern student Victoria Ronga to pursue a career as a food chemist.
Graduate students in the College of Business Administration learn how to analyze the stock market and execute sound investment strategies through managing a portfolio.
Geneva Cegelis, an NPR listener as a kid, now works there as an intern with the graphic design department and NPR’s internal newsmagazine “Intern Edition.”
In the summer after freshman year, mechanical engineering major Lyda Sallaway conducted research on backscatter X-ray scanning through the ALERT Center.
Nay Pwint Class of 2012, electrical engineering major Co-op in Denmark I am a hardware engineer in the R&D department at BK Medical, working on a prototype for a new board … read more »
While on co-op with the World Health Organization in Switzerland, student collects data on the links between good health and happiness.
Eddie Vaisman Class of 2012, Dual major in electrical engineering and physics Co-op in Geneva, Switzerland For the past month, I have been working at CERN: The European Organization for … read more »
Incoming freshman Linda Wiinberg chose Northeastern for its experiential-learning advantages and big-city life.
Elisabeth Fiumara Sophomore, majoring in organizational communications Dialogue of Civilizations in Brazil I have been living in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, for one month on a Dialogue of Civilizations program. Here, … read more »
Northeastern finance and entrepreneurship major sees the value in international co-op, and focuses on finding another international experience
Student-researchers have created a roving robot named WiLU that may be able to locate and rescue victims of natural disasters.
Alexandra Wolf International Relations, 12’ Global co-op in Mae Sai, Thailand For the last five months I have been working at the Development and Education Programme for Daughters and Communities … read more »