CSSH is home to a vast range of research centers, institutes, collaborations, and initiatives, many of whose research foci are interdisciplinary in nature.
These centers span both the social sciences and humanities, and cover contemporary topics such as urban sustainability, national security, social health issues, and viral networks, just to name a few.
The Brudnick Center seeks solutions to problems of hostility and hatred based on group differences.
The Center for Criminal Justice Policy Research uses strategic research methodologies to develop and implement contemporary criminal justice policy recommendations.
The Center for International Affairs and World Cultures draws on Northeastern University’s many strengths in the study of international institutions and processes.
The Center for Resilience Studies informs and advances the capacity of communities and systems to better anticipate, withstand, rapidly recover from, and adapt to significant disruptive events.
Northeastern’s Environmental Justice Research Collaborative provides timely research and commentary on critical social and environmental justice issues in the new millennium.
The Ethics Institute brings ethical analysis and evaluation to bear on social and environmental issues, and promotes ethical reflection on contemporary challenges.
Through unique programming and research initiatives, the Humanities Center fosters collaboration and conversation on the significance of history, literature, and culture.
The Institute on Race and Justice brings together experts from across the University to examine questions on race and justice facing urban communities.
The Institute on Security and Public Policy is a strategic alliance to better understand the dynamics underlying security, risk management, and public safety.
The Integrated Initiative for Global Health is focused on addressing the need for treatment of the world’s neglected diseases by joining together experts in science and in public policy.
The Dukakis Center addresses a wide range of issues facing cities, towns, and suburbs with an emphasis on the Greater Boston region.
The Middle East Center is dedicated to fostering peace and advancing cooperation in the Middle East – and between the Middle East and the United States.
The National Center works to enhance communication access for Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hearing communities.
The NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks is the University’s center for digital humanities and computational social science.
The Regional Interpreter Education Center at Northeastern University (NURIEC) enhances communication access for Deaf, Deaf-Blind, and Hearing communities.
SSEHRI addresses environmental health concerns through interdisciplinary and collaborative work.