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.
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.
Susan Ambrose will join the university in August to coordinate the university’s ongoing assessment of teaching and learning.
Northeastern hosted a reception Wednesday to highlight Spieler’s transformative impact on the university after her decade-long tenure.
Alan Schroeder, associate professor of journalism, shared his thoughts and experience observing the presidential election in France last week.
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.
Chemistry professor William Hancock is a co-organizer of a major scientific undertaking: mapping the human proteome, one chromosome at a time.
Viera Proulx, a professor in the College of Computer and Information Science, traveled to the Slovak Republic for a Fulbright-funded sabbatical last fall and rekindled old friendships lost to civil war.
In a new study, Northeastern network scientists debunked the food-pairing hypothesis, which is based on the principle that foods that share flavor compounds taste better together.
Following parliamentary elections in Russia on Sunday, protests broke out across the country this week amid allegations of voter fraud. The elections kept Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his United Russia party in power, but revealed a drastic decline in support for the party and significantly decreased its number of seats in Parliament. We asked Harlow Robinson, Matthews Distinguished University Professor and an expert in Russian and Soviet cultural history, to analyze the situation.
A co-op in Greece inspired Northeastern student Victoria Ronga to pursue a career as a food chemist.
Eric Rosengren, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, explored the role of government regulation of banks at an Open Classroom Series event.