The first five pull-down menus might be most relevant to support your current needs: Teaching; Research; University Libraries; Student Support Services; and Tenure and Promotion.
The next set of three pull-downs provide information and links to various HR services and policies: Employee Hub; Human Resources; and Administrative Policies and Procedures.
The next set of four pull-downs show the academic resources and responsibilities of the Office of the Provost: Office of the Provost; Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion; Ombuds for Faculty and Staff; and Information Technology Services. Note that the Information Technology Services website has useful information on research, teaching, training, and how to get help.
The last two pull-downs offer resources on professional development and faculty governance: ADVANCE Office of Faculty Development and Faculty Senate.
- Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning Through Research (CATLR)
- Undergraduate Catalog especially sections on Academic Policies/Procedures and Introduction to Academic Programs
- University Registrar for calendars, schedules, forms, courses, guidelines, etc.
- Faculty Guide to Academic Integrity
- Disability Resource Center
- Service Learning
- Cooperative Education
- Undergraduate Education
- Undergraduate Research
- Undergraduate Student Handbook
- Student’s Bill of Academic Rights and Responsibilities
- Academic Technologies
Welcome to Research Development at Northeastern University.
The Division of Research supports Northeastern’s thriving research enterprise by conducting outreach to funding agencies and corporate and foundation sponsors, and developing partnerships with academic/clinical/industry collaborators that increase the scope and impact of Northeastern University research and graduate education.
The Northeastern University Libraries provides a complete suite of resources from teaching support to scholarly communication and data management services.
Teaching and Course Support:
- Request a workshop for your class(es) and explore ways to engage students in experiential research and learning using library resources, spaces, and expertise.
- Get to know library course planning/course design resources and services including course reserves, Research Subject Guides for your students, and advice designing assignments that develop critical information-seeking and research skills.
- Integrate online research tutorials to introduce students to the research process and best practices in developing topics, finding data/statistics, citing sources, and more.
- Explore innovative library spaces and creative services including Recording Studios and multimedia/digital storytelling support, 3D printing, and GIS/Data Visualization
- Contact your subject librarian to discuss support for you and your students.
Research and Publishing Support:
- Preserve and share your research using the Digital Repository Service (DRS)
- Learn about research data management support and related tools.
- Know your rights as an author and get support for publishing.
- Find guidance on fair use, course reserves, classroom use of media, digital production, and general copyright information.
- Contact your subject librarian or the Researcher Data Services group to discuss support for your research and publishing activities.
Accessing content and collections:
- Search Scholar OneSearch for research publications or use the library catalog portion to find journal subscriptions, books, e-books, and DVDs.
- Browse e-journals and see a complete list of research databases.
- Utilize an array of primary sources and more in Archives and Special Collections, which focuses on the history of Northeastern and surrounding communities.
- Review borrowing options, inter library loan services, and accessing partner libraries.
- Recommend a book, video, DVD, or electronic resource for purchase.
- Contact your subject librarian to discuss collections in your discipline.
The following services are available to students facing challenges maintaining their academic progress.
- We Care provides guidance to faculty in identifying resources and policies to help students succeed.
- Disability Resource Center partners with faculty and the University community to provide exemplary service, education, and resources to students with documented disabilities.
- Faculty and Staff: Supporting Students During COVID-19
- Faculty Guide: Supporting Student Mental Health
The Employee Hub is a personalized homebase for all Northeastern employees across the global university system. The Hub provides quick, easy access to calendars, tasks, productivity tools, and other resources to help manage the day-to-day and workflows more efficiently.
A few of the things that you can do and personalize in the Employee Hub include:
- View and manage the workday using Outlook calendar, Microsoft Planner tasks, and To-do lists.
- Access files and messages with Microsoft productivity tools such as OneDrive, SharePoint, and Outlook.
- Visit commonly used applications such as Workday, Canvas, or Adobe Creative Cloud.
- Grow and learn with LinkedIn Learning, which provides free access to thousands of video courses.
- Keep track of open requests for services and support, including ITS, HR, and Facilities.
- Discover and stay connected to colleagues, communities, and news across the university.
- Find and favorite services and links in the Resources section of the Hub.
Visit me.northeastern.edu and log in with your Northeastern account to access the Employee Hub.
Northeastern University Human Resources as its mission aims to ensure the right complement of diverse faculty and staff are available and prepared with the talent, experience and skills necessary to carry-out the short and longer-term goals and the strategic plan of the university.
To ensure a smooth transition to the university, please navigate to this guide on Onboarding and follow instructions there, prior to our in-person orientation. We encourage you to explore the benefits and programs Northeastern provides that enable you to invest in your health and well-being and to plan for your financial future.
The Office of the Provost has responsibility for undergraduate education, research and graduate education, honors and first-year programs, faculty affairs, global relations, and academic budget, planning, and administration at Northeastern University.
The Ombuds for Faculty and Staff offers a safe place for Northeastern University faculty and staff to discuss workplace issues and concerns with a professional whose goal is to ensure that all members of the university community are treated fairly and equitably.
Information Technology Services provides technology services, solutions, support, and resources to the Northeastern community. The IT Service Desk is available 24/7 to assist with computing and other technology needs. Visit the Tech Service Portal to open a help ticket, browse articles, get classroom information, and find and request services.
Learn about some of the technology solutions available to you at Northeastern:
- Connect-to-Tech Faculty Guide: Get things done with this go-to guide for navigating technology at Northeastern
- Academic Technologies: Create engaging and flexible learning experiences with technology
- Research Computing: Elevate your research with high-performance computing and research assistance
- Information Security: Keep personal, research, and institutional data protected and secure
- Technology Training: Build new competencies and skills that support work, teaching, and research at a modern digital university
- StatusPage: Know whether technology isn’t working as planned and subscribe for updates
The ADVANCE Office of Faculty Development reports to the Senior Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and focuses on the recruitment and development of a diverse faculty by creating an environment where individual faculty members and the faculty as a collective whole thrive.
The Faculty Senate has responsibility for maintaining the academic standards of the University, improving the experience of working and studying at Northeastern, and making the procedural and academic functioning of the University as effective and harmonious as possible.