At the President’s Convocation on Monday morning, students and university leaders challenged the 116th entering class to step out of their comfort zone and explore the world.
President Joseph E. Aoun has been named to the American Council on Education’s Presidential Innovation Lab, a new national initiative to explore opportunities in disruptive innovations in higher education and design solutions to increase the number of Americans able to earn a college degree.
President Joseph E. Aoun delivered a keynote address to the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada in Ottawa at a conference focused on the changes in higher education around the globe.
Larry J. Merlo, president and CEO of CVS Caremark, said on Tuesday at Northeastern’s CEO Breakfast Forum that the challenges presented by America’s rapidly evolving healthcare landscape will require novel solutions—particularly those rooted in pharmacy.
Members of the third graduating class of Torch Scholars shared their life-changing experiences at Northeastern and received advice from mentors and administrators at a luncheon on Thursday afternoon.
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Global business strategist Vijay Govindarajan said on Monday at Northeastern’s Presidential Speaker Series “Profiles in Innovation” that reverse innovation represents one of the biggest opportunities for corporate growth in America.
In a speech on Monday afternoon in the Fenway Center, President Joseph E. Aoun urged Northeastern students, faculty, and staff to embrace their diversity.
In a touching ceremony on Thursday afternoon in the Curry Student Center Ballroom, the former Northeastern president was remembered as a transformative leader, gifted speaker, and devoted father.
At Northeastern’s annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation, Newton Mayor Setti Warren urged people to set aside their differences and “embrace a new way of thinking.”
The university community gathered together Thursday afternoon in a show of solidarity one week after the menorah on Krentzman Quad was vandalized.
The university has convened a committee comprised of students, faculty and staff to explore the possibility of implementing a smoke-free campus policy.