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Meet Our New and Promoted Faculty
The College of Professional Studies welcomes 15 new faculty colleagues and congratulates 11 faculty colleagues who earned a promotion this year.
Wear a Mask. Get a Test. Wash Your Hands. Protect the Pack.
“Protect the Pack” is Northeastern’s new mantra for encouraging healthy behaviors throughout the university community. The campaign has launched on the university’s campuses, and across its digital platforms.
Doctoral Graduate Earns Fulbright Specialist and Huntington 100 Honors
Dr. Cherron Payne, CPS '20, was recently accepted into the Fulbright Specialist Program. This prestigious initiative sends out 400 U.S. faculty and professionals every year to “serve as expert consultants on curriculum, faculty development, institutional planning, and related subjects,” at academic, cultural, and non-governmental institutions for a period of two to six weeks.
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 […]
CPS Student Helps Families In Need at St. Stephen’s
Latasha Scott is the middle school coordinator for the youth leadership corps at St. Stephen's. St. Stephen’s is a non-profit organization that provides essentials such as food and cleaning supplies to local families in need.
Enhanced Tuition Benefits, Scholarships and Resources for Northeastern Alumni
Northeastern is offering alumni and their families several enhanced tuition benefits and scholarships, as well as robust online resources for alumni to stay connected to their network and receive free career coaching.
Fighting Fire with Information
In California, Rachael Brady’s Northeastern master’s capstone has yielded an award-winning method for identifying arson.
Ventilators are in short supply. So are the people who know how to use them.
Tom Barnes, registered respiratory therapist and lead faculty member for the Master of Science in Respiratory Care Leadership at CPS, speaks about the need for highly qualified respiratory care in this [email protected] podcast.
CPS Student Helps Create Website to Thank Frontline Workers
Ariella Sharf, a Project Management student at CPS, is part of the team that created 6FTCloser. 6FTCloser is a website that collects nominations and delivers personalized thank-you messages to essential workers.