Here are five social media outlets where you can find—and connect with—Northeastern.
Facebook and Twitter are powerful tools for leveraging your brand, according to a trio of social media experts who offered advice to students on Thursday.
Raymond Fu designs algorithms capable of rapidly analyzing photos and videos on Facebook.
Computer science sophomore Ali Ukani built a website that catalogs Instagram photos taken on and around Northeastern’s campus.
Tunde Kovacs, assistant professor of finance in the College of Business Administration, analyzes why Facebook’s stock dropped since its IPO and discusses the challenges of valuing social media companies.
Following much anticipation, Facebook filed for an initial public offering (IPO) after U.S. markets closed on Wednesday. We asked David Sherman, professor of accounting in the College of Business Administration, to analyze Facebook’s IPO prospectus and explain what it reveals.
The hacker group Anonymous recently announced through a YouTube video that it plans to “kill” Facebook on Nov. 5 for supposedly abusing the privacy of its users. We asked Engin Kirda, the Sy and Laurie Sternberg Interdisciplinary Endowed Professor for Information Assurance — with joint appointments in Northeastern’s College of Computer and Information Science and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering — to discuss the potential implications of the hack and the motives behind hacking groups such as Anonymous.
At summit hosted at Northeastern, teens discussed ways to end their relationships responsibly, as well as the perils of posting the details on social networking sites.
President Obama, who’s known for his social media savvy, held the first-ever Twitter Town Hall meeting last week, where he answered the public’s questions about taxes, jobs and the economy. Dan Kennedy, an associate professor of journalism, is an expert in news reporting and social networks. Here, he discusses Obama’s choice to engage the public through Twitter, and the use of social media by presidential candidates and journalists.
Two Northeastern students develop a training program that helps teens battle bullying, in Boston and beyond