Honors Students Mackenzie Dowd (CSSH) and Magarert Walsh (DMSB) were saluted by Northeastern Athletics, receiving respectively the Jeanne Rowlands Award and Chanda Gunn Community Service Award.
After being named a Fulbright Scholar, Honors student Sarah Sherman will travel to Botswana to begin her eight-month Fulbright research project focused on evaluating whether recent improvements to the country’s pathology labs have affected the processing time for samples to generate timely cancer diagnoses.
Honors student Aneri Pattani (CAMD, ’17) has been awarded international opportunity to travel to West Africa in June on a reporting assignment with Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.
Times magazine features Professor Jeffrey Burds (Department of History) in an article on the complex history of international relations between Russia and the United States.
Lindsey Bressler (CSSH, ’18), Mason Gersch (CSSH, ’18), Taylor Straatmann (CSSH ’18) and Aja Watkins (CSSH, ’18) were nominated as Northeastern University’s candidates for the prestigious Truman Scholarship, which seeks to prepare talented students for careers in public service.
Clarissa Santori (COS, 2017) will represent Northeastern University at this year’s Jeopardy College Championship!
Nicholas DePorzio (COS), Keith Harrigian (COS), Katra Laidlaw (COS), Alexander Piers (COE/COS), and Kristian Teichert (COS) were nominated as Northeastern University’s candidates for the prestigious Rhodes, Marshall, and Mitchell Scholarships.
Minhal Ahmed (COE), Trevor Gale (COE), Benjamin Moran (COS), and Hannah Tam (COS) were nominated as Northeastern University’s candidates for the highly competitive, merit-based STEM award, the Goldwater Scholarship.
Carlo Aguilar, CCIS ’20, shares his thoughts on the upcoming historic Super Bowl LI in this entry of “Faces of Northeastern.”
Madeline Seibert, COS/CSSH /16, is the first Northeastern University student to earn distinguished award that funds a year of postgraduate study at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.