Month: August 2022

The Legacy of a Generous Heart

During Doreen Hodgkin’s 35-year career at Northeastern, she counseled students and faculty alike. In retirement, she continues to make an impact though the Doreen Hodgkin Student Emergency Fund, which provides financial resources to undergraduates in need of support.

Budding Scientists are Making Waves

Thanks to the Halverstadt Family Summer Internship Program, students at the Marine Science Center are collecting field samples, cataloguing data, and channeling their curiosity alongside skilled investigators—while developing their own scientific skills and lines of inquiry.

Dancers Rehearse for Their Second Act

The Northeastern University-Boston Ballet Education Program enables dancers to earn degrees amid grueling schedules—and in planning for careers beyond their final curtain call, these performers graduate ready to take the next steps.

The Future of Maine is Now

At the Roux Institute, Mainers are reimagining their careers to thrive in the state they love—and with the Alfond Scholars Initiative’s scholarships, co-op and research employment funding, and personalized career support, even more students are transforming their lives.

Tackling Challenges in Public Interest Law

The Center for Public Interest, Advocacy, and Collaboration enhances the role of law and legal practice in achieving social, economic, and environmental justice. Bolstered by a generous gift, it is able to continue advancing this commitment to public interest law and social justice.

Amplifying Diversity in Engineering

The College of Engineering is expanding educational opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds—and with the help of the Fichtel Family Scholarship, these aspiring engineers are one step closer to achieving their dreams.