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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 […]

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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.

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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.

An Accelerated Degree in Organizational Leadership

With the job market for management positions projected to grow rapidly until at least 2030—and U.S. companies eager to fill a self-described "leadership gap"—an accelerated master’s degree program centered on experiential learning prepares graduates for success in a broad range of fields.

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The Shackles of the United Nations Security Council Veto, Explained

In light of Russia’s war in Ukraine, is it time to reform the veto power held by permanent members of the U.N. Security Council? CPS Associate Teaching Professor Fiona Creed explains the challenges and why the Security Council veto has been a point of contention for many years.

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Four Students Were Named 2022 RISE Award Winners

Students, faculty, staff across Northeastern University, and industry leaders participated in the university’s annual RISE (Research, Innovation, Scholarship, Entrepreneurship) exhibition on April 14, 2022, a showcase for multidisciplinary student research and creative projects.

New Graduate Degree in Security and Intelligence

In an era of increased threats to our security, a new master’s degree program in a fast-growing professional field is set to give graduates the tools to anticipate and lead responses to security threats worldwide.

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Instilling a Passion for Data Analytics in Boston High School Students

In June 2021, Alice Mello, Ph.D., was granted an award to develop and run a novel program, ‘Data Analytics Workshop: Empowering Minority High School Students with In-Demand Career Skills’ – from the Northeastern Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. She also has leveraged support from the College of Professional Studies to support this high-impact initiative. […]

Northeastern’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society Teams Up with AG and School Leaders to Address Hate and Bias in School Athletics

During Fall 2022, Northeastern’s Center for the Study of Sport in Society will deliver 12 regional trainings across Massachusetts as part of a new collaboration with Attorney General Maura Healey and state and school leaders.