Third-year student Malathi Reddy found her passion in a communications class. Now, she’s taking her advocacy to the next level at the Human Rights Campaign, an organization fighting for LGBTQ+ equality in the U.S., and the largest to do so.
Laney Strange, associate teaching professor of computer science, and Missy McElligott, associate teaching professor of biology, were nominated by their students to receive the Excellence in Teaching Award for their outstanding dedication to diversity and comprehensive...
In this time of enormous social change, women journalists are pushing for equity and inclusion for everyone in the industry, including nonbinary people. A resolution of those issues is by no means assured, says Meg Heckman, an assistant professor of journalism at Northeastern.
Many pharmaceutical drugs don’t work as well for women as for men— and women are more often misdiagnosed for strokes and ADHD. Rebecca M. Shansky, associate professor of psychology at Northeastern, says the root of problem lies with research—and the fact that many...
PhiYen Nguyen is pursuing a master’s degree in public policy with a concentration in healthcare management and policy. She’s looking beyond the state where she grew up to research the plight of women refugees looking to relocate to high-income countries.
Linda Allen, assistant vice president and university registrar, is retiring after 50 years at Northeastern.
Tina Eliassi-Rad, associate professor of computer science at Northeastern, was recently named one of 100 brilliant women in AI ethics.
Shalanda Baker, professor of law, public policy and urban affairs, has joined President Biden's administration as deputy director for energy justice at the Department of Energy.
Check out her interview here as part of the Lifelong Learning: On Demand, Innovative Uses of Artificial Intelligence program
Northeastern alum Wendy Zinn is the senior vice president of the YMCA of Greater Boston on Huntington Avenue. The YMCA’s grab-and-go meal program has served more than three million meals to families during the pandemic.