Last year's SIRF project, "A Multi-Assay Recording System (MARS) for Electrophysiological Data Acquisition from Awake-Behaving Mice," conducted by George Bekheet and Hayden Henderson, mentored by Professor Marilyn Minus.

2017 Scholars Independent Research Fellowships Awarded!

We are pleased to announce that Scholars Independent Research Fellowships for the summer of 2017 have been awarded. The Scholars Independent Research Fellowship (SIRF) will once again fund over 30 summer research and creative projects, conceived independently by Scholars and undertaken with a faculty mentor. This summer, Scholars will document the “Humans of the John […]

April 19, 2017 - NAHANT, MA. - Marine science major Benjamin Moran, S'18, is the recipient of a Goldwater Scholarship, as well as a National Geographic Young Explorers Grant. Moran poses for photos at the Marine Science Center on April 19, 2017. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Scholar Ben Moran Earns Goldwater Scholarship and National Georgraphic Award

University Scholar Benjamin Moran and Honors Program student Hannah Tam have seized myriad opportunities to engage in undergraduate research at Northeastern, both on campus and on co-op. Moran is a marine biology major whose experiences have ranged from labs at the university’s Marine Science Center to field research off the shores of Panama. Tam has […]

05/02/17 - BOSTON, MA. - Caroline Fried, SSH'17, poses for a portrait at Northeastern University on May 2, 2017. Fried recently received a Fullbright award. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University

Scholar Caroline Fried Earns the Fulbright Fellowship

University Scholar Caroline Fried focused much of her academic work at Northeastern on better understanding the Asia Pacific region—most specifically, Taiwan—and its cultural and political complexities. She points to her co-op last year at the Asia Society Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., as playing a critical role in her shaping a career path. Fried spent […]

Travis Delano, COS '17

Meet the Graduates: Travis Delano

Travis DeLano, S’17, is a University Scholar with a near-perfect GPA. He was recognized twice at the Academic Honors Convocation—first for receiving the Harold D. Hodgkinson Award, one of the university’s highest honors for graduating seniors, and then for winning a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Here, he reflects on his past five years […]

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Scholars Present 2016-17 Service/Research Projects

Students presented the results of  the results of their 2017 Service/Research Projects at the Scholars Program Year-End event, sharing their work with community partners, professors, and peers. The University Scholars Program and Office of Undergraduate Research and Fellowships Service/Research Projects are student-directed group projects that are carried out in close collaboration with community partners. These […]

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Scholars Learn and Serve on Five Alternative Spring Breaks

Beginning the summer of 2016, a team of University Scholars started planning five Alternative Spring Breaks. Over the course of the school year, these dedicated student leaders worked with one another, the Scholars Program, and colleagues in the Center for Community Service to bring these trips, designed to serve as jumping off points for a […]

02/23/17 - BOSTON, MA. Aneri Pattani CAMD'17 poses for a portrait on Feb. 23, 2017. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University

Aneri Pattani Earns James Reston Fellowship

University Scholar and Northeastern journalism major Aneri Pattani has worked in newsrooms across the country, amassing an impressive reporting portfolio. She has covered breaking news for The Boston Globe, written health and technology enterprise pieces at CNBC, and unearthed compelling stories at The Texas Tribune, including coverage on the aftermath of a Supreme Court decision […]

At the clambake, Cayman Macdonald relaxes after vigorous hula hooping.

The State of the Union

After another successful Scholars Clambake, the Scholars community came together to lay out our common goals for the year, as is our practice on Monday, September 7. This year, we revised our common goals to reflect our understanding of what we hope to bring into being. These follow. How do we create a group culture […]

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Scholars Welcome Event

The Scholars Welcome Event was a wonderful success, as over 200 prospective students and their families joined us at Northeastern to learn more about our university and the Scholars Program. During the event, we “world premiered” two new videos: one featuring interviews with current Scholars and the other, featuring Scholars who are currently abroad or […]

Scholar, Larissa Weinstein

Weinstein Launches “The Lunch Report”

University Scholar, Larissa Weinstein, CAMD ’17, was recently featured in BostonInno for her work launching “The Lunch Report,” an email newsletter that highlights lunch specials for those working throughout the city. Weinstein, who has a history of getting businesses up and running, starting with a handbag operation starting at the age of 16, is excited […]