“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.
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.
Sheila Puffer, a university distinguished professor whose research focuses on global sand prices and sustainable sand substitutes in the construction industry, elaborated on the global shortage of the non-renewable resource during a webinar on sustainable development...
Vallabhi Singh graduated from Northeastern with a degree in finance and entrepreneurship. She started her own company earlier this year, Creatives Around the World, a digital medium through which she wants to tell the stories of the people behind creative...
Ruth Bader Ginsburg Leaves Behind An Unmatched Legacy. How Might Her Death Shape The 2020 Election And Beyond?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg will be memorialized as an iconic figure who faced and overcame discrimination in her personal life to make history as the second woman to ever serve on the Supreme Court.
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.