Sparking vital dialogue on the climate crisis, Northeastern’s London campus hosted a diverse conference aimed at shedding fresh perspectives and actionable ideas on transitioning from pervasive fossil fuels to sustainable energy.
The publication examines the way that Environmental Justice is communicated from the federal government, which is primarily in a damage centered approach. Three major pitfalls of the damaged centered approach are reification, obfuscation and discretization.
Fitzgerald Park in Mission Hill is close to becoming a level I arboretum, thanks to the help of Northeastern students and staff.
PREF has initiated the DEI Learning Series, a dedicated platform for staff to enhance their understanding of diversity, equity, and inclusion topics, inaugurated with a session facilitated by Dr. Melissa Berry-Woods, a prominent figure in the field.
Northeastern University hosted the first conference of the Alliance for Building and Construction Diversity (ABCD), a new initiative by Assistant VP of Capital Projects, Tim Singleton, aimed at fostering diversity in the industry.
The Planning, Real Estate, and Facilities Division has scheduled a crane pick on Friday, September 1st, from 3:00 AM to 8:00 AM for the Curry Student Center roofing project. Said crane will be positioned between Ell Hall and The Mugar Life Sciences Building. When the crane is operational, access through the sliding […]
Yobella Cook Graduation Year: 2024 Major: Health Science, B.S. Title of the Work: “Together We’re Better” This piece represents some of the ways Northeastern collaborates with adjacent communities and leverages research and academic strengths to advance just and equitable solutions to the climate crisis. There are sections of the artwork portraying how Northeastern has […]
Nicole Lee Year: 2026 Major: Environmental Studies Title: “Leaf Long Learning” Description: Just as Northeastern’s Boston campus acts as a base for students to explore global connections and opportunities, in this piece Ell Hall is acting as a flowerpot with roots stretching across various landmarks around the globe. Additionally, the plants budding out of […]
Matty Tanios Year: Class of 2025 Major: Experience Design major & Psychology minor Title: “Earthbound” Equitable and sustainable neighborhoods are achievable if we work together and put in a collective effort. An essential step to meeting this goal is the promotion of environmentally friendly modes of transportation like trains that run on renewable energy, rather […]