The Northeastern stars in Beijing include Hayley Scamurra, a Huskies forward from 2013 to 2017 who is making her Winter Olympics debut with Team USA alongside former Huskies linemate Kendall Coyne Schofield.
Penny Beuning, Elizabeth Mynatt, and Hazel Sive have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science—a lifetime honor awarded to scholars for their exceptional contributions and leadership in their scientific fields.
Kelly Cooke is headed to the Beijing Olympics to referee women’s ice hockey. The 2019 law school graduate’s ambitions don’t end there; she hopes to ascend to the pinnacle of the sport—the National Hockey League—one day as a referee.
Sarah Weihl and Catherine Wenger, both fifth-year students at Northeastern, had only recently begun their research into visceral leishmaniasis on co-op in Chemolingot, Kenya, when word of a new endemic outbreak of the disease elsewhere in the country reached them. The...
Nancy Armstrong’s experience raising children with ADHD inspired her to create “The Disruptors,” a film about the neurodevelopmental disorder and the people who have it. She shared her story on Thursday at Northeastern’s annual Women Who Empower event. Photo by Alyssa Stone/Northeastern University
Corliss Thompson, dean of the College of Professional Studies and professor on the Charlotte campus, was recognized for her work creating stronger learning opportunities for adult learners. Away from Northeastern, she is involved in a number of community efforts to...
After testing more than 20 blends of lipstick personally and among volunteers, Michelle Calderon is preparing to launch the initial products of her startup, Addition Beauty. “We are the first sustainable makeup line that supports fertility and pregnancy,” says...
Ademidun Ajibade, a second-year international affairs grad student, says her co-op in Greece handling human rights cases helped her separate emotion from the law. But it also taught her about the power of compassion when dealing with people’s lives.
Molly O’Neill, AMD’18, came to Northeastern as a shy first year with no particular career path in mind, and left on the career path she least expected: business.
JET NOIRE, a startup that fuses identity with fashion, began when Mya Brown’s clothes were lost by a shipping company during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brown, a Northeastern international business graduate, began sewing new clothes for herself—and then for customers.