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“I knew I wanted to travel abroad,” explained Behavioral Neuroscience Senior Jake Jordan, who is currently completing his co-op as a Research Assistant in a lab studying neuroscience in the […]
At the annual State of the University event on Tuesday, President Joseph E. Aoun challenged students, faculty, and staff to help shape Northeastern’s bright future by capitalizing on its momentum.
Third-year student Erica Roberts worked on international co-op in India, where she helped develop a class to teach women how to read and write Hindi.
Fourth-year marine biology major Nadia Aamoum worked on international co-op on Mahe Island in Seychelles, where she learned the basics of dive research and which she is now applying to her work in the Three Seas Program.
An organization co-founded by Northeastern alumnus Ben Kneppers has support from venture accelerator programs at Northeastern and in Chile to turn trash from the South American country’s communities and coastline into a sustainable business.
Students who have recently returned from international co-ops discussed their experiences with their peers last week.
International affairs major Britton Green’s work at CNBC in Singapore gave him an up-close look at business reporting and digital news.
Third-year biology major Angelina Sassi co-founded a student group that fights AIDS in Africa and the U.S. and plans to work on co-op at the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation.
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Northeastern recognized 17 accomplished seniors at the Outstanding Cooperative Education Awards Ceremony, held last week in the Curry Student Center Ballroom. The students’ co-op experiences include working at Boston’s world-class […]
Music industry major Caitlyn Dougher drew thousands of concertgoers to an annual music festival in Reykjavik, Iceland, through a five-month social media campaign.