Diane MacGillivray, senior vice president for university advancement at Northeastern, finds peace in a community garden within walking distance of campus.
Alina Mueller, who is arguably the NCAA’s best women’s ice hockey player as a junior, is happy to be back on campus after six months at home in Switzerland.
Michele Grazulis will serve as the university’s vice president and chief human resources officer.
Northeastern student Arunika Makam is the co-president of the Northeastern chapter of Peer Health Exchange, a national non-profit organization that focuses on helping people of high-school age make healthy choices.
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“The big piece of it is to create a more diverse entrepreneurial ecosystem at Northeastern and make sure we can encourage anyone, regardless of background, to come and explore entrepreneurship and innovation in any way that interests them.”
Karen Fayad is a current graduate student who is trying to raise money to help Lebanon after the explosion.
Sierra Still, a graduate student of speech-language pathology at Northeastern, raised $1,280 in donations, and used the money to create nine care packages, which she sent out to speech language pathologists in the Greater Boston area.
Janet Cheung will study political science and environmental studies at Northeastern starting in the fall 2020 semester. She wants to use her degrees to influence climate change policy.
Vyshnavi Karra is a doctoral student in chemical engineering who has just published a book that examines the intersection of science and government and how that relationship has evolved over the years.
Marjorie Radlo-Zandi, MBA ’83: 5 Steps That Each Of Us Can Take To Proactively Help Heal Our Country
Alumna Marjorie Radlo-Zandi is interviewed as part of the '5 Steps That Each Of Us Can Take To Proactively Help Heal Our Country' series in Authority Magazine on Medium.