Terrell Hunt’s co-ops in Washington, D.C., and Edinburgh, Scotland, reinforced his commitment to a career in diplomacy.
Five accomplished students reflected on the value of experiential learning on Wednesday evening in the second event in a yearlong educational series on civic sustainability.
Applications for Northeastern University’s fall 2013 freshman class have exceeded all prior benchmarks in terms of quality, total applicants, and geographic diversity.
Fifth-year journalism major Anthony Savvides stepped outside his comfort zone for co-op with a hyperlocal online newspaper in Italy.
The university is the nation’s sixth most popular higher education destination among international students from all over the world, according to the Institute of International Education’s annual Open Doors Report.
History major William Bratches saw firsthand how small loans can lift poor farmers out of poverty while he worked on co-op at a microfinance organization.
Chemistry and chemical biology professor Michael Pollastri announced the launch of the Integrated Initiative in Global Health at his College of Science Colloquium talk last Friday.
Over a six-month span, fifth-year student Bryan Muñoz completed physical therapy co-ops in both the United States and Ecuador.
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.
On co-op in London, Northeastern student Elisabeth Fiumara gets an inside look at the cybersecurity and renewable energy industries.
Themis Papageorge, an associate clinical professor of computer and information science, examines the cybersecurity threat posed by al-Qaida and Anonymous, a global group of hackers.
Sophomore Nina Angeles is on co-op teaching courses in English and music to women and children through the Jordan River Foundation, a nongovernmental organization.