When healthcare gets personal

Marie Schulte-Bockum’s deci­sion to work on co-​​op at the Insti­tute for Health­care Improve­ment was fueled by her appre­ci­a­tion of Germany’s uni­versal health­care system, which helped save her sister’s life.

Parliament, the Scottish way

Fourth-​​year stu­dent Anthony Turner, SSH’15, recently returned from his co-​​op at the Scot­tish Par­lia­ment, where he par­tic­i­pated in researching leg­is­la­tion and writing par­lia­men­tary motions.

Preserving human rights

Junior John Hub­bard com­pleted a co-​​op in Greece with the Euro­pean Public Law Orga­ni­za­tion in which he learned how to proac­tively address human-​​rights issues worldwide.

3Qs: Evaluating U.S.-Afghanistan relations

Kim­berly Jones, a fac­ulty asso­ciate in North­eastern University’s Middle East Center for Peace, Cul­ture and Devel­op­ment, ana­lyzes Pres­i­dent Barack Obama’s visit to Afghanistan on the eve of the one-​​year anniver­sary of the killing of Osama bin Laden.

Teaching the language of baseball

North­eastern Uni­ver­sity junior Roberto Lavin tutored prospects in the Dominican Base­ball Academy run by the Boston Red Sox, which will host their Opening Day at Fenway Park today.