graduation Tag

The craziest adventure that I have ever been on” says Carl Fiester, a graduate of Northeastern University’s Mechanical Engineering program. Fiester and his team at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution have spent a total of 10 days in Guadalupe Island in December. The group came across some of the most eye-opening and intense footage of the great white shark behavior. The group spent a total...

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lab

The mind is an interesting subject to study on, with its intricate, complicated nuances making people act the way they do. Ajay Satpute thought along these same lines, which made him try his hand in many fields - such as psychology and religion - before finally settling on neuroscience. After completing his graduation and post-doctoral from the University of California and Columbia University respectively, he...

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graduation

Northeastern University gives its students very interesting co-op opportunities before their graduation. For example, James Morrison Klein got a six-month international co-op in France and recently returned after gaining invaluable information as well as the much-needed confidence from being a software developer in Copass. It is a startup in Paris and can be labelled as a global membership network that gives access to its users...

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life

Soon their lives are going to take different paths and lead them in different directions. They’ll go to dental and medical schools, they’ll become doctors, psychologists, and teachers taking each one's life in a different course. But, on Friday, for the last time at TD Garden, Northeastern University’s class of 2019 gathered together, filled with excitement and nervousness for what’s coming next and how their...

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college-life

   Dr. Suess quoted, “Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened”. Bidding adieu to our loved ones is quite upsetting. Considering the college life, all your friends with whom you shared the most memorable as well as the embarrassing moments, separating from them is going to be quite a difficult thing, more than one can imagine.      Laura Dudley a faculty member at the Northeastern University...

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What does the world ask of the new students today? Talking to a group of freshly graduated students, Joseph E. Aoun, President of Northeastern University talks about the importance of relying on emotions and connections. What Aoun hopes to impart is a going back to the humanity within us, in a world that is driven by technology. After all, there is only so much scientific machines...

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