Parish hopes to expand on collaboration within Bouvé.
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Northeastern students covered scientific topics ranging from malaria research to new forms of transportation at a TEDx-style event in the Curry Student Center Monday.
The Bouvé College of Health Sciences is celebrating 100 years of the Origins of Physical Therapy at Northeastern at the end of this month.
The Northeastern community turned the first sod on Columbus Avenue’s soon-to-be Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex. President Joseph E. Aoun, Mayor Martin J. Walsh and other city officials were present to celebrate the development of what will be Roxbury’s first private research development, according to news@Northeastern. The $225 million building is set to open in two years, as part of the Institutional Master Plan and provide resources to Northeastern’s College of Computer and Information Science, Bouvé College of Health Sciences, College of Science and College of Engineering.
The attendees of the opening of the Arnold S. Goldstein Simulation Laboratories Suite, on Sept. 19, witnessed a birthing as well as students taking care of a patient with heart palpitations.
Although it was only a simulation, students of the Bouve College of Health Sciences were the first to use the new state-of-the-art simulation laboratories. The laboratories, four in total, are designed to simulate real-life environments such as a doctor’s office, homeless shelter or hospital room.
This fall, Northeastern students wear cutting-edge Google Glass around campus to design innovative personalized health interface technologies. These students will pitch their ideas to computer and information science and health sciences professor Stephen Intille and speech language pathology and audiology professor Rupal Patel for a new course called Health Innovation with Google Glass.
By Aneri Pattani, News Correspondent College of Arts, Media & Design Tracy Strain, Professor of Practice in Media and Screen Studies Huntington News: Can you briefly explain your experience prior to arriving at Northeastern? Tracy Strain: I am a filmmaker who specializes in making documentaries. Most of the documentaries on […]
Amid a large scandal in a state drug lab, Massachusetts Public Health Commissioner John Auerbach resigned this week and will take a position at Northeastern in November.