Emily Hutchinson’s first day of classes as a student at Northeastern coincided with her father’s first day of work as associate director of corporate partnerships for the university’s athletics department. “It’s so funny how it all worked out,” Emily says. “I definitely could not have predicted this.”
Pursing a career in marine science requires a deep affection for aquatic environments. So we asked faculty and staff at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center what they find so fascinating about the ocean.
The university celebrated the highest achievements of students, faculty, and staff at the sixth annual Academic Honors Convocation on Thursday afternoon in East Village.
Students and staff described the 5–4 decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide in unequivocally positive terms, calling it “exciting” and “long overdue.”
More than 180 student, faculty, and staff volunteers are doing community service projects across the U.S. and in four other countries this week for Alternative Spring Break. Check out this infographic for a closer look at their impact.
Mark Nardone, Northeastern’s director of information security, has practiced Muay Thai for more than 25 years. For the last three years, he has taken a group of athletes to Thailand to compete in the Muay Thai World Championships.
The university has convened a committee comprised of students, faculty and staff to explore the possibility of implementing a smoke-free campus policy.
President Joseph E. Aoun said on Wednesday at the annual State of the University Town Hall Meeting that Northeastern is well positioned to lead in higher education’s rapidly changing landscape.
More than 300 veterans connected with some 160 employers at the 8th annual fair, which was held in Cabot Cage.
Emily Hanson, an athletic training major at Northeastern, made a promise to her father, Larry, that she’d join him in running the Boston Marathon before she ended college. Their family has long-supported […]
PhD candidate Jeffrey Breugelmans won two awards at RISE:2012 for his interdisciplinary research to develop rehabilitative gaming systems.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author addressed the Northeastern community on Wednesday evening as part of the university’s Holocaust Awareness Week.