News

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.

6FTCloser

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.

Celebrating our Newest Graduates– Virtually

The college celebrated the achievements of undergraduate and master’s graduates in a virtual recognition ceremony on May 15.  Watch highlights from the ceremony below, and click here to watch the full ceremony, which includes candidates’ personalized messages and photos as well as messages from faculty members. Congratulations to our newest graduates!  Mary Loeffelholz, Dean of […]

Celebrating our Doctoral Hooding Candidates – Virtually

The college celebrated the achievements of doctoral candidates in a virtual recognition ceremony on May 14. Watch highlights from the ceremony below, and click here to watch the full ceremony, which includes candidates’ personalized messages and photos as well as messages from faculty members. Congratulations to the college’s newest doctors!  Watch Mary Loeffelholz, Dean of […]

NFTE

Unemployed in the Pandemic? Here’s How to Start Your Own Business

Dr. J.D. LaRock, a professor of the practice in Northeastern’s doctor of law and policy program, is the President and CEO of Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. The nonprofit is offering a free, self-paced course, “NFTE Career Relaunch,” that teaches users how to apply their skills and talents toward developing an idea and launching a business.

Virtual Recognition Ceremonies

Please join us on 5/14 and 5/15 for our virtual recognition ceremonies. All are invited to participate along with family and friends and watch the celebration. Registration is not required. The virtual celebrations include messages from Dean Mary Loeffelholz and faculty members, recognition of students, and more. These virtual recognition ceremonies are not a replacement for in-person […]

Open for Registration: Cultivating Resilience through Crisis

This free Lifelong Learning: On Demand program runs from May 4-May 31, and includes the opportunity to earn a non-credit digital badge. Learn from Northeastern faculty expert Dr. Kristen Lee about ways we can apply modern brain science to develop a strategic plan for well-being and sustainability during unprecedented times.

RISE Northeastern

14 CPS Students Won Awards at RISE –  Research, Innovation, Scholarship and Entrepreneurship Exhibition

Students, faculty, staff across Northeastern University and industry leaders came together virtually on April 9, 2020 for the university’s annual RISE to celebrate innovation in multidisciplinary student research projects with a strong showing from College of Professional Studies (CPS) students. Student competitors had the opportunity to showcase their work to a virtual audience that included industry professionals and potential employers or investors. 

Liz Zulick

Dr. Elizabeth Zulick Named Director of the Lowell Institute School

Liz's goals for the Lowell Institute School include expanding relationships with community colleges to provide more opportunity to students, directing more scholarship aid to students, including continuing students, and attuning the school's STEM programs to the needs of employers across New England. 

Virtual Mindful Monday Event: April 27, 2020

Listen, Connect, Learn, and Grow Together: Workplaces Response to this Global Crisis