From this year’s Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage and free speech to recent protests and racial violence, Northeastern experts are able to discuss ongoing civil rights issues from several angles.
The Ebola virus has been spreading in and from West Africa since March. Northeastern University researchers can provide expert commentary from a variety of timely perspectives, including Big Data analysis of […]
Renowned poet Maya Angelou passed away on May 28, 2014 at the age of 86, leaving behind a legacy of activism, culture, and advocacy for feminism and civil rights. Best […]
Facing declining approval ratings and harsh criticism, President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address will likely be an opportunity to reassure the country and press reset. Members of Northeastern’s […]
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi are fast approaching. Northeastern University experts are available to speak about all of the multidimensional aspects of these global games. From security concerns, urban […]
Nelson Mandela, the Nobel Prize winner who guided South Africa from apartheid to democracy and became an international icon of peace, died Thursday at the age 95. Our faculty at […]
Whether through ecological forecasting, creative solutions for coastal communities, designs for resilient infrastructure, or green technology, to name a few, Northeastern researchers continue to investigate how we as a society […]
On October 1, 2013, the US federal government shutdown, furloughing hundreds of thousands of federal employees, closing national parks, suspending important national services, and threatening to compromise the government’s debt-ceiling […]