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Next CS Seminar to address ‘new world of computer security’ photo

April 11, 2016

Next CS Seminar to address 'new world of computer security'

Join us Thursday, April 21 for CS Seminar: Adversarial Testing of Protocol Implementations, the third discussion in our Computer Science Seminar Series! Computer and network security is a topic that generates frequent worry and conversation. For Cristina Nita-​​Rotaru, a new...

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Soyeon Yi, South Korea’s First Astronaut, to address Seattle graduates photo

April 6, 2016

Soyeon Yi, South Korea’s First Astronaut, to address Seattle graduates

Graduating Northeastern University–Seattle students are in for a double dose of first-hand insight from the final frontier of exploration. Soyeon Yi, a biotechnologist and astronaut who became the first Korean to fly in space, will address graduates at the Seattle...

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Attend an important discussion on national and global resilience – March 31 photo

March 23, 2016

Attend an important discussion on national and global resilience - March 31

Join us Thursday, March 31 for Bolstering National & Global Resilience in the Face of 21st Century Mayhem, an expert security and resilience discussion hosted by the College of Social Sciences and Humanities! Weaknesses in our critical infrastructure, systems, and...

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Next CS Seminar addresses privacy leaks from mobile devices, new Northeastern research photo

March 12, 2016

Next CS Seminar addresses privacy leaks from mobile devices, new Northeastern research

Join us Thursday, March 24 for ReCon: Identifying and Controlling Privacy Leaks from Mobile Devices, the second discussion in our Computer Science Seminar Series! Mobile systems have become increasingly popular thanks in part to their rich sensors and ubiquitous Internet...

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March 8 – Attend our Graduate Information Session photo

March 3, 2016

March 8 - Attend our Graduate Information Session

As the world grows more competitive and complex, the need for effective leaders and managers has never been higher. Join us at our March 8 Information Session to learn how our degrees will prepare you for high-demand leadership roles in...

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New scholarship offers ‘full circle’ experience for Peace Corps, AmeriCorps volunteers photo

March 1, 2016

New scholarship offers 'full circle' experience for Peace Corps, AmeriCorps volunteers

There are over 100,000 Americans entering non-traditional post-graduate experiences each year such as Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, and Teaching ELL abroad. These unique experiences develop skill sets and passions that are valuable in both work and education. Universities in Washington State...

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Scientists can predict your age, gender, political party, even income, based on what you tweet photo

February 26, 2016

Scientists can predict your age, gender, political party, even income, based on what you tweet

The words we use and the people we follow on social media can reveal a lot more about us than we may think, especially for a computer scientist who knows where to look. In the first of our Computer Science...

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Industry in the classroom LEVELs the analytics playing field photo

February 17, 2016

Industry in the classroom LEVELs the analytics playing field

Excel. Probability & Statistics. R. Tableau. Data Mining. SQL. These make up the essential toolbox of a data analyst. Students across the country are mastering these tools and more through Level, a 2-month data analytics bootcamp that began January 24. The...

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New Computer Science Seminar Series kicks off 2/25 photo

February 15, 2016

New Computer Science Seminar Series kicks off 2/25

We invite you to join us for the first talk in our Computer Science Seminar Series, a monthly speaker event that will showcase leading regional experts in computer science to discuss a range of top-of-mind topics. Curated by Director of Computer Science Dr....

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Project Feed 1010 partnership gives graduate students ‘start-up’ experience through advanced software development course photo

February 3, 2016

Project Feed 1010 partnership gives graduate students 'start-up' experience through advanced software development course

New Advanced Software Development course brings together 20 MS in Computer Science and Bioinformatics graduate students from Northeastern University’s Boston and Seattle campuses to build and deliver a software system for Institute of Systems Biology's Project Feed 1010.

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