At the world’s largest science conference, Northeastern scholars urged interdisciplinary communication to develop solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.
A new self-service bicycle repair stand installed recently on campus near West Village A allows members of the Northeastern community to perform everyday fix-its on their vehicles.
Stephanie Pollack, associate director of Northeastern’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy, on Monday outlined a new framework for building a more equitable and sustainable transportation system in Greater Boston.
The well-known consumer advocate, who spoke at Northeastern on Wednesday, urged students to challenge the status quo.
Chris Bosso, associate dean of the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, explains the significance of a new journal article questioning the safety of herbicide-resistant corn.
Postdoctoral researcher Steven Scyphers has been awarded a fellowship to study the social and ecological resilience of coastal shorelines.
Tarik Gouhier, a new assistant professor working at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center, studies the interconnectedness of ecosystems and how they respond to environmental change.
Ferdinand Hellweger, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, received a grant from the National Science Foundation to study the factors contributing to massive cyanobacteria blooms in China’s Lake Taihu.
Matthias Ruth, a new professor in the College of Social Sciences and Humanities and the College of Engineering, is at the forefront of a new field: ecological economics.
The conference, which will feature 40 world-renowned speakers and approximately 1,000 college students, aims to empower and engage a new generation of global leaders.
The annual Trash2Treasure yard sale will take place on September 2 in the Curry Student Center Ballroom.
The university, which will share a sustainable headquarters building with the Institute for Systems Biology, will launch 15 graduate degree programs.