For those who don’t know the first thing about starting a 401(k) or stretching a paycheck for two weeks, a new center on campus can set students on the path toward financial literacy and independence.
With the start of the spring semester, Northeastern welcomed students to the new East Village residence hall.
With a rising demand for data analysts, Northeastern University has launched a new suite of graduate programs to prepare students to enter the growing field.
Northeastern University has recently been recognized as one of 361 institutions for community engagement by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. The recognition is centered around community and global involvement, including both institutional relations with surrounding areas and community service.
Prior to being sworn in as Massachusetts Governor last week, Charlie Baker selected Deborah Ramirez, a professor at Northeastern Law School, to serve as a member of his transition team. Alongside more than 170 bipartisan experts and professionals from around the state, Ramirez will work to develop action-oriented recommendations to the new governor as he takes office.
A smile really can kill… at least your chances of getting a job, according to a recent study by two members of the Northeastern University department of psychology. In an educational environment that heavily pushes pre-professional work experience and students going on multiple co-op interviews, smiling too much during a job interview can actually harm an applicant’s chances of being hired, a recent study reveals.
Northeastern is one of 85 colleges and universities to be investigated by the United States Department of Education (DoE) for Title IX violations in the handling of sexual assault cases on campus. Other schools under investigation include Boston area Harvard College, Boston University and Emerson College, as well as other institutions such as the University of Virginia, all which have been at the forefront of the national conversation of sexual assault.