Libby Awarded $1.96M Early-Stage Investigator Grant from NIHElizabeth Libby, assistant professor of bioengineering, recently received a five-year, $1.96 million Early Stage Investigator R35 MIRA (Maximizing Investigator’s Research…
Rouhanifard Receives $3.4M NIH Grant to Discover RNA Modification Sites Using Pseudouridine Modified mRNABioE Assistant Professor Sara Rouhanifard was awarded a $3.4 million NIH R01 grant for “Synthetic mRNA Control Set for Nanopore-Based…
Finding a Community of Peers with MSIS-Bridge in Silicon ValleyYang Jiang sees the MS in Information Systems-Bridge (MSIS-Bridge) program at Northeastern University’s College of Engineering as a place to…
Gregory Abowd – Ignorance is Bliss: A career retrospective (hybrid event)BostonCHI Hybrid Event featuring Gregory Abowd, June 2023 Tuesday, June 13 · 5:30 - 8pm EDT ISEC Auditorium, Northeastern University 805…
How Bouvé College leaders are building relationships and making a global impactOur Bouvé specialists consistently strive to create an impact both inside and outside the classroom through their diligent efforts. Read…
Professor Margaret Burnham, author of By Hands Now Known: Jim Crow’s Legal Executioners, was awarded the 2023 Hillman Prize for Book JournalismHillman judge Jamelle Bouie presents the 2023 Hillman Prize for Book Journalism to Margaret A. Burnham for By Hands Now…
NSF CAREER Award to Advance Understanding of Crosslinked Polymer FlowsChE Assistant Professor Sara Hashmi was awarded a $550K NSF CAREER award for “in situ Polymer Gelation in Confined Flows.”…
Publications by Northeastern Faculty
Building the Future of Food Safety Technology: Blockchain and Beyond
By Darin Detwiler, College of Professional Studies
Published June 30th, 2020
Building the Future of Food Safety Technology: Blockchain and Beyond focuses on evaluating, developing, testing and predicting Blockchain’s impact on the food industry, the types of regulatory compliance needed, and other topics important pertaining to consumers.
Diversifying Power: Why We Need Antiracist, Feminist Leadership on Climate and Energy
By Jennie Stephens, College of Social Sciences and Humanities
Published September 17th, 2020
Jennie Stephens argues that the key to effectively addressing the climate crisis is diversifying leadership so that antiracist, feminist priorities are central. All politics is now climate politics, so all policies, from housing to health, now have to integrate climate resilience and renewable energy.
Stephens takes a closer look at climate and energy leadership related to job creation and economic justice, health and nutrition, housing and transportation. She shows how the biggest challenges facing society are linked and anyone can get involved to leverage the power of collective action.
Educational Leadership: Perspectives, Management and Challenges
Edited by Viktor Wang
Book chapter written by Patricia Goodman, College of Professional Studies
Expected publication date: January 2021
This book provides a strong base of reliable, verifiable knowledge needed to foster development of educational leadership capabilities across a diversity of domains and it shares a diversity of perspectives, experiences, theories and philosophies related to educational leadership across all levels of education.