Professor Shalanda Baker on Indigenous Peoples and Clean Energy
Professor Shalanda Baker (NEU ’05) is a new addition to Northeastern’s faculty, with appointments in both the School of Law and the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs. Baker comes to Northeastern after establishing University of Hawai’i’s Energy Justice program, and researching the impact of clean energy movements on the rights of indigenous peoples, … Continued
Future Faculty Fellow Dr. Collette Ncube invited to National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) Grant Writing Coaching Group
This competitive NIH-funded program was created, for postdocs and junior faculty actively writing grant proposals, to assist in the development of the skills required to effectively convey the research being proposed and its importance. By participating, mentees will develop competencies in effective writing approaches for NIH-style research proposals and have access to content experts to … Continued
Jonathan Esole: Next Einstein Fellow
Next Einstein Fellow Jonathan Esole, assistant professor of Mathematics at Northeastern! Professor Esole is planning to bring his cutting edge research back to Africa and highlight the innovative work being produced by African scientists. His work in mathematics has bridged over to solving long-pondered physics problems and working alongside a cosmologist.
Ted Landsmark: Distinguished Professor, Man of Many Interests
Ted Landsmark has recently joined Northeastern’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs as a Distinguished Professor. He is also director of the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy. The wide spread of his research and depth of experience is sure to be an asset to the university. Click below to read … Continued
Byron Wallace: Data-Driven Medicine
Byron Wallace, Associate Professor in the College of Computer and Information Science is developing a software to help medical professionals quickly assess the best studies to inform their recommendations to patients.
Professor Ye’s Unique Approach to Sleep Science
Associate Professor Lichuan Ye, of the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, uses her background to approach the study of sleep quality from both the perspective of a researcher and caregiver.
Professor Harlan: The Inequity of Heat Distribution
Professor Harlan, an expert on heat justice, gives a Q&A on how socioeconomic status and ethnicity impact the effects of heatwaves on communities.
Professor Rizzo on Destructive Therapy
Christie Rizzo, Associate Professor of Applied Psychology talks about the phenomenon of “rage rooms” and what impact they can have on behavior outside of them. She gets into healthy expressions of anger and the various outlets people seek for their emotions.
Second Time as Farce: Professor Buscaglia on the Venezuelan election
José Buscaglia, professor and chair of the Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies spoke out on the recent election in Venezuela and what that means for the country and for international politics, and predicts the next major conflict to be much closer to home.
Lost in the Shuffle: Parker Ellen talks Trump staffer turnover
Given the turnover rate for high-level positions in the Trump administration, Assistant Professor Parker Ellen, of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, talks about the ramifications on office culture and the capacity for strategy development and implementation in such an environment.