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Wide-Ranging Research Wins Recognition at RISE Awards

From the halls of public high schools to the heights of Machu Picchu, CPS students aim to effect change

What Happens When You Launch Students’ Interests Into the World?

Chris Unger, a Teaching Professor in the Graduate School of Education, discusses Northeastern's Summer BASH (July 20) with the CAPS Network.

Webinar Replay: The Emergence of eSports at the Collegiate and Professional Levels

This webinar replay delves into the eSports world and how it has emerged into a multibillion-dollar industry. Our presenters discussed the growth of eSports as a competitive sport at the collegiate level and opportunities for those interested as a participant and in a career in eSports field. The event was facilitated by Northeastern’s Robert Prior, […]

Webinar Replay: Using Sports to Learn Analytics and Data Driven Decision Making

This webinar engaged practitioners in a discussion on the use of sports to learn analytics. Participants walked away with a better understanding of how analytics informs decision making in the business of sports. The event was facilitated by Northeastern’s Robert Prior, EdD, lead faculty for the Master of Sports Leadership program, who was joined by […]

The COVID-19 Outbreak in India Hit Hard in His Hometown. So He Built a Hospital There.

CPS Project Management student Jason Peter worked through the night the past few weeks to develop a COVID-19 hospital in his native Bangalore, India — an inspiration that took form from his capstone project.

Northeastern CPS Program Named to PRNEWS’ “2021 Education A-List”

PRNEWS, a highly-respected information source for corporate public relations (PR) departments and agencies for more than 75 years, has named Northeastern University to its inaugural “Education A-List.” The A-List is “designed to spotlight the top 35 educational institutions advancing the careers of PR and communication professionals in the U.S.”

One Big Idea Podcast: Karen Reiss Medwed on Learning Hubs in Wal-Mart (S2E3)

In the third episode of the One Big Idea series, Dr. Karen Reiss Medwed, Associate Teaching Professor in the Graduate School of Education and the Assistant Dean of Academic and Faculty Affairs in the Graduate School of Education, shares her big idea for big business to step up in support of education by offering community learning hubs at heavily-trafficked retail locations.

CPS Announces Experiential Learning Award Winners

The Experiential Learning Awards are a recognition opportunity for students within the College of Professional Studies. They are awarded to students who have successfully integrated the classroom with real world projects, going above and beyond in their educational journeys. Our programs engage students with the world through professional work, research, and service on seven continents. They learn how to […]

Finding a niche in the news business

PR professional and entrepreneur Victor Aimi brings the tools of journalism to bear on brand-building—even as he hones his digital skills at Northeastern.

Huntington 100 Winners Reflect on Their Achievement

The Huntington 100 is a group of Northeastern students recognized for their contributions to research, global engagement, athletics, entrepreneurship, community service, leadership and other areas that impact the campus