Northeastern will implement a new core curriculum beginning in fall 2016, but the process is already underway to ensure a smooth transition over the next year. Here is what faculty and students should know.
On Thursday, Aug. 20, 53 incoming Liberty Battalion ROTC cadets took on the Army Basic Training Physical Fitness Test to measure their individual strength and endurance.
Chemistry doctoral student Dana Klug makes possible drug options the way a chef makes a gourmet dish—adding an atom of hydrogen here, removing an atom of nitrogen there—to stop a deadly parasite in its tracks.
Some 9,100 Northeastern students will reside in on-campus housing this fall, the vast majority of whom will be moving in over the next week. To help ease the stress of the big day, here is a list of tips, recommendations, and useful links.
Daniel Aldrich and his family narrowly escaped the wrath of the catastrophic storm, which made landfall in New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2005. Since then, Aldrich, now a professor at Northeastern, has dedicated his career to examining community resilience, with a particular focus on the importance of social capital.
Beyond the physical destruction Hurricane Katrina caused along the Gulf Coast a decade ago, the storm ultimately led to widespread human rights violations, according to Amnesty International. Political science professor Thomas Vicino holds forth on the issues former Gulf Coast residents continue to face today.
While many Northeastern alumni look forward to returning home to campus, Gillian Riordan never left. Riordan, a 2015 graduate who earned her degree in communication studies, used co-op experiences with the Red Sox and Jimmy Fund as a gateway to working for University Advancement. This is her #TrueNortheastern story.