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.
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 […]
A range of academic programs and units are integrated to enhance student outcomes and strengthen research.
Delegates to first annual World Class Cities summit seek to build winning strategies to help cities overcome their common challenges
Taylor Harley Freshman, planning to study behavioral neuroscience Participating in a summer internship in Zambia I am currently working in the consular section of the U.S. Embassy in Lusaka, Zambia, where […]
On co-op in Bali, Northeastern student develops new education curriculum for students – while leveraging his own appreciation for theater and drama
Director of Northeastern’s Center for Complex Network Research wins recognition from science foundation based in Italy
As innovative dean of the College of Business Administration, Moore left a powerful legacy, including launching new global and online programs
Northeastern president’s opinion piece on CNN.com widens the debate, as he follows up with a TV interview
In Gallery 360 photo exhibit, students bring home the emotional and intellectual connections they made during their time studying abroad
Micro-finance experience in South Africa and a presidential speech inspire a young Northeastern alumna to follow a path of helping others
Global women’s rights activist and lawyer urges Northeastern law school graduates to pick up the mantle of public service
Global scholars and government officials convene at Northeastern to draw up the framework for an academic curriculum to train future leaders against corrupt practices in public life
Students entering Northeastern in the spring are able to connect to the university, and the world, through international experience