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.
Reese Bauer, a psychology and linguistics student, is the first to admit that if it weren’t for Northeastern’s Chaarg fitness club for women, she wouldn’t have a set workout routine.
At PepsiCo, She Was Once One of Corporate America’s Most Powerful Women. Now She’s Paving The Way For Others.
Indra K. Nooyi fielded questions from Joseph E. Aoun, president of Northeastern, in a livestream organized by the university’s Women Who Empower diversity and entrepreneurship initiative.
Jessica Silbey, professor of law and director of the Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity, recently delivered her keynote talk titled “Against Progress: Intellectual Property and Fundamental Values in the Internet Age” during the 56th Annual Robert D. Klein...
The virtual panel discussion was sponsored by Northeastern’s Young Global Leaders program and hosted by graduates Emilio Botin and Alia Malik.
Health science student Tess Willinger has been a volunteer coach with the local non-profit youth soccer program, South End Soccer, for two years. She coaches kids ages 6 and 7.