The civil rights movement lost torch-bearer John Lewis six months ago, but his legacy was still very much alive yesterday as the Northeastern community remembered how the Georgia congressman’s encouraging words to stir up “good trouble” impacted their lives and their...
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.
Anjimile Chithambo has had quite the year. The singer-songwriter’s debut album, Giver Taker, was released in September, and it quickly gained critical acclaim.
A Pursuit of Peace with Ambassador Swanee Hunt, Roosevelt Lecturer of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
Swanee Hunt, oil heiress and feminist philanthropist, spoke at a Women Who Empower event on Monday moderated by Northeastern graduate Alva Gardner, right.
Lindsay Dahlberg, associate director for procurement services at Northeastern, will be honored by the Greater New England Minority Supplier Development Council. On behalf of Northeastern, she will accept the “Institution of Higher Learning” award for continuous...
On Monday, Northeastern honored six university-affiliated leaders for their continued service toward furthering the university’s mission at the Networked For Life celebration, the annual volunteer leadership summit that recognizes exceptional trailblazers in the...
Watch the conversation with Mercedes Abramo, President and CEO, Cartier North America and Linda Pizzuti Henry, CEO of Boston Globe Media Partners and Co-Founder of HUBweek; followed by a session focused on entrepreneurship and social impact with Fellows from the Cartier Women’s Initiative.
At this virtual event held in London, the Women Who Empower Ambassadors discussed tech, innovation and entrepreneurship during COVID. This conversation featured a panel of dynamic female speakers that shared their experiences leading in their companies in these sectors.
“If patients lose the ability to communicate, they lose the ability to participate in life,” says Dr. Nicole Laffan, an audiologist, speech-language pathologist, and assistant clinical professor in the Bouve College of Health Sciences.
Optimism: hopefulness and confidence about the future. When you have the privilege of working in a university community like ours, you cannot help but face each day with a sense of hope for the future.