NASA selects Northeastern for humanoid robot research

North­eastern and MIT are the only uni­ver­si­ties in the country chosen by NASA to per­form advanced research and devel­op­ment work on humanoid robots—robots that could play a role in NASA’s plan to send astro­nauts to Mars.

One giant leap for aerospace club

Northeastern’s stu­dent chapter of the Amer­ican Insti­tute of Aero­nau­tics and Astro­nau­tics is in the midst of a six-​​month rocket con­struc­tion chal­lenge that will cul­mi­nate at NASA’s pres­ti­gious Stu­dent Launch com­pe­ti­tion in April.

Blog:  iNSolution

Guest Post: Inside the NASA Langley Research Center

This is a guest blog post by Craig Schmidt, a fourth-​​​​year under­grad­uate stu­dent in the Col­lege of Engi­neering and recip­ient of the pres­ti­gious Ver­tical Flight Foun­da­tion Schol­ar­ship. This summer he’s participating […]

Next stop: space

Rachael Tompa wants to be an astro­naut. The senior chose North­eastern because of its co-​​op pro­gram, which led to her expe­ri­en­tial learning oppor­tu­nity at NASA’s Jet Propul­sion Lab­o­ra­tory in Cal­i­fornia. Her next stop? Prob­ably the Inter­na­tional Space Station.

Seniors honored for their outstanding co-​​ops

North­eastern rec­og­nized a group of extra­or­di­nary seniors at the 2014 Coop­er­a­tive Edu­ca­tion Awards, an annual cer­e­mony high­lighting stu­dents who’ve demon­strated out­standing accom­plish­ments on their co-​​op expe­ri­ences across the globe.