New assistant professor Dietmar Offenhuber wants to make cities and their infrastructures more legible in order to improve their governance. One of his approaches involves tracking the movement of garbage.
On Wednesday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee agreed on a resolution that would authorize a military strike on Syria within 90 days. President Barack Obama is asking Congress to support […]
Following the launch of its Empower campaign, Northeastern continues to surpass its fundraising goals, having tripled its annual average since 2005.
Northeastern and the Boston Ballet have created a comprehensive educational program to help professional ballet dancers earn college degrees and to prepare them for careers after dancing.
Northeastern alumnus Abhi Nangia and current student Daniel Garafulic co-founded reweave, an organization creating a holistic social impact network that helps passionate people and social enterprises be better, together.
International affairs major Britton Green’s work at CNBC in Singapore gave him an up-close look at business reporting and digital news.
In new research, network scientist Alessandro Vespignani and his team show through computational modeling that a hypothetical attack involving smallpox may spread to two or four countries before the first cases are ever diagnosed.
Assistant professor of physics Toyoko Orimoto received an Early Career Award from the Department of Energy to study physics beyond the Standard Model.
The BMM Indo-US Educators Summit 2013, held July 5–9, convened higher education leaders from the United States and India to foster new collaborations and discuss best practices and market needs in both countries.
Incoming freshman Jacqueline Ali is excited to embrace the university’s computer science program and explore the field’s myriad career tracks, from security to web development.
President Joseph E. Aoun delivered a keynote address to the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada in Ottawa at a conference focused on the changes in higher education around the globe.
Distinguished Professor William Fowler reflects on some of the most unusual gift exchanges between nations in modern history and how the symbolic practice has evolved.