3Qs: Why time is now to link science, ocean policy

North­eastern pro­fessor Brian Hel­muth, an expert on cli­mate change and envi­ron­mental policy, has co-​​authored a paper in the journal Nature Cli­mate Change exam­ining the need to fur­ther inte­grate sci­ence into U.S. cli­mate and ocean policy.

New master’s program to prepare future security professionals

North­eastern will launch a first-​​of-​​its-​​kind, inter­dis­ci­pli­nary grad­uate pro­gram this fall to train the next gen­er­a­tion of secu­rity pro­fes­sionals to face the new and evolving chal­lenges of the 21st century.

How trash can reveal an urban landscape’s ‘invisible realities’

New assis­tant pro­fessor Dietmar Offen­huber wants to make cities and their infra­struc­tures more leg­ible in order to improve their gov­er­nance. One of his approaches involves tracking the move­ment of garbage.

From a devastating earthquake, a blueprint for recovery

Matthias Ruth, a North­eastern pro­fessor of public policy and engi­neering, and an inter­na­tional team of scholars studied how the response to a 2009 earth­quake in Italy can guide future city-​​planning efforts.

Global change through urban partnerships

Del­e­gates to first annual World Class Cities summit seek to build win­ning strate­gies to help cities over­come their common challenges