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Northeastern Celebrates Community’s Highest Achievements

One of our very own Human Services student Katie Elliot has been awarded the Harold D. Hodgkin Award, one of the highest honors given to graduating seniors. Check out the article below written by by Jason Kornwitz. Northeastern University celebrated the highest achievements of students, faculty, staff, and alumni at the seventh annual Academic Honors…
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Published On: April 21, 2017 | Tags: ,,,
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Service-Learning Expo 2017

Human Services attended the 2017 Service-Learning Expo…
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Harold D. Hodgekinson Awards

The Hodgkinson Awards are one of the university’s highest honors for graduating seniors. Colleges nominate their top students on the basis of academic and experiential performance, and selections are made by a faculty committee. 2017 Award Recipients are: Aneri Pattani AMD’17 – Journalism major, Spanish minor Travis DeLano S’17 – Chemistry major, Business Administration minor…
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Fall 2017 CSSH Peer Mentor Application

Whether graduating after the fall, going on co-op in spring, studying abroad in spring, or taking classes in spring, we hope fall peer mentors can maintain connection with their mentees by checking in with them every three weeks via in-person meeting, text, or email. ..
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“Exploring Tutoring and Mentorship in 826 Boston’s Writers’ Room”

Monee, 5th year Human Services major with a Communication Studies minor Writing interventions have been shown to impact student learning and socio-emotional development (Bangert-Drowns, Hurley and Wilkinson, 2004; Chandler, 2002). Through the process of writing, students develop academic skills, but also explore their own self-awareness, and reflect on personal and social issues. 826 Boston’s Writers’…
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Published On: April 19, 2017 | Tags: ,,,,
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2016-2017 Course-Community Collaboration Award

Not only did Danielle make her tutoring sessions engaging and productive, but she would also take time beforehand to prepare study materials for the youth that she was working with. ..
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2016-2017 Course-Community Collaboration Award

The annual Course-Community Collaboration Award celebrates Northeastern’s Service-Learning faculty, students, student leaders, and community partners who have made an exceptional impact through their partnership. Congratulations S-L Student Danielle Dottor! Nominated by Rachel Kirk of Hyde Square Task Force Human Services Professions with Dr. Lori Gardinier College of Social Sciences & Humanities “Danielle Dottor has been…
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RISE 2017

  Spotted on campus: Human Services students, Sokona Diallo and Monee Neal, presented at RISE: 2017 Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo!

Published On: April 13, 2017 |
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Shores C. Salter Citizenship Award

Congratulations to Katie Elliot on being awarded the Shores C. Salter Citizenship Award at the Northeastern Student Life Awards 2017! ..
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Undergraduate Minor Offering: Social Activism!

Please see https://camd.northeastern.edu/academic-programs/social-activism/ for more info. And view the curriculum requirements here! Background Students who minor in Social Activism will learn a variety of perspectives and practical approaches to social activism. Students interested in activism will have opportunities to explore social movements, advocacy, and citizenship in a wide array of situations. These opportunities arise from the…
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Published On: April 5, 2017 |
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