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The Influence of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia
February 17, 2016
The legal world lost a legend in the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia. It is hard to overstate Justice Scalia’s effect on the law. Justice Scalia’s influence reaches far beyond the walls of the Supreme Court and our nation’s legal libraries.
An Ebola-Fighting Doctor Gives Account of Outbreak in Liberia
January 19, 2016
Dr. Steven Hatch is no stranger to international medical crises. He has cared for patients in Haiti, Venezuela, Colombia, and Mozambique—and in Liberia, where he worked in an Ebola Treatment Unit.
Essential Knowledge and Skills for Nonprofit Management
October 26, 2015
Joanne F. Goldstein, associate vice president of workforce development and employer engagement in the College of Professional Studies, reports on the first seminar of a Nonprofit Seminar Series.
Northeastern announces first-of-its-kind lifelong learning benefit for parents, siblings of undergraduates
October 19, 2015
Parents and siblings of Northeastern undergraduates now have access to The Lifetime Learning Membership, allowing them to pursue part-time or full-time graduate studies
Energizing Leadership and Energizing Teaching in a Global Context
October 14, 2015
When more than 250 faculty and industry leaders gathered for the 2015 Fall Faculty Conference and Northeastern University/Swinburne University of Technology Global Leadership Summit on October 2, 2015 in Boston, they addressed big questions.
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