Northeastern Named Program of the Year
The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate has selected Northeastern’s Doctor of Education degree as its “program of the year” for 2022-2023. Read more.
Northeastern Grad Student Puts Together Art Auction for Ukraine
A CPS digital media graduate student organized an online auction that showcases artwork of Ukrainian artists and will benefit two non-profit organizations that provide humanitarian aid to Ukrainians.
Feeling Overwhelmed? Try Microdosing Bravery
CPS behavioral science professor and psychotherapist Kristen Lee recently published her newest book, Worth the Risk: How to Microdose Bravery to Grow Resilience, Connect more and Offer Yourself to the World.
What Freedom of Religion Should Look Like in Public Schools After a Recent Supreme Court Decision?
Following the Supreme Court’s decision in Kennedy v Bremerton School District, CPS education experts agree that K-12 schools need to do better in recognizing and honoring the identities of students who belong to religious minorities.
Professor Ted Miller Discusses His Recent Biography of Robert Welch on NPR
Conversation explores the historical seeds of right-wing conspiracy theories. Read more.
Is There a New Labor Movement Afoot in the US?
Former top advisor to President Biden and Distinguished Professor of the Practice Seth Harris weighs in on efforts to unionize at Amazon, Starbucks and more and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on workers. Harris teaches in the Northeastern College of Professional Studies doctoral program in Law and Policy and is an affiliated faculty member […]
Easing Supply Chain Disruptions With Informed Decision Making
Ammar Aamer, associate teaching professor in the Master of Science in Project Management program discusses the role that digitalization can play in increasing the resiliency of the supply chain.
What Fast Fashion Costs the World
Many clothing donations end up in an unexpected place — African landfills. Elizabeth Cline, CPS master’s student in global studies and international relations and author of Overdressed: The Shockingly High Cost of Cheap Fashion, comments on fast fashion’s labor practices and advocates for a kind of conscious consumption that she says has been lacking for […]
Dr. Priscilla H. Douglas Spoke of Interconnectivity, Perseverance, and the Power of ‘Not Yet’ to the Class of 2022
Dr. Priscilla H. Douglas shared the wisdom she has earned in decades of government and business leadership with the bachelor’s and master’s degree graduates of the College of Professional Studies at the graduation ceremony on the Boston campus at Matthews Arena, on May 20, 2022.
Northeastern Food Policy Expert Honored for 30 Years of Advocacy
After the death of his son, Darin Detwiler became a food safety champion. Now, he's being honored for 30 years of advocacy.