Brandon Isaacson, the vice president of Northeastern’s Film Enthusiasts’ Club, watches as many as 400 movies per year, from seminal classics to independent brain-busters.
Incoming first-year student Sean Burris has already started his first venture, and he is looking forward to exploring his entrepreneurial spirit at Northeastern.
Northeastern’s entrepreneurial success is predicated largely on the diligent work of students, who lead organizations like the E-Club and the IDEA venture accelerator.
Terrence Masson, an executive professor of animation, has launched a Kickstarter campaign in support of his animated short film The Cafe, which he hopes will grab the attention of Tinseltown.
International affairs major Britton Green’s work at CNBC in Singapore gave him an up-close look at business reporting and digital news.
Incoming freshman Jacqueline Ali is excited to embrace the university’s computer science program and explore the field’s myriad career tracks, from security to web development.
Mateo Caldas, a fourth-year media and screen studies combined major, has been named Best Actor of the 12th annual Campus MovieFest, the world’s largest student film festival.
Uta Poiger, who served this academic year as interim dean, will bring the College of Social Sciences and Humanities to new levels of excellence in teaching and research, said Provost Stephen W. Director.
The answer is yes, according to Michael Gasiorek, a fourth-year student in the Bachelor of Science in International Business program who is spending two years studying and working in China.
Rising budgets, new technology, and Kickstarter campaigns are changing the game for moviemakers, according to executive professor of animation Terrence Masson.
An investment from engineering alumnus Michael Sherman will establish the Michael J. and Ann Sherman Center for Engineering Entrepreneurship Education.
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.