Lab tier sensors that can detect COVID-19 particles in the air just became available for the larger public, and Northeastern is taking affirmative actions to ensure the safety of its community.
Northeastern’s themed tents on the Boston campus bring a new level of dining experience.
Alumni Jenna Vasington & Sarah Warren Pivot & Adapt to Contribute to Northeastern’s COVID-19 Taskforce
Jenna and Sarah of the Design & Construction In-House Design Group was featured in CAMD’s newsletter for their contribution to Northeastern’s COVID-19 Taskforce.
Employees of Northeastern’s Sign Shop have been working overtime to print and distribute thousands of signs around campus that explain best practices for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
This guide illustrates and informs the university community of the guidelines and recommendations that have been developed to ensure a safe environment as we return to campus.
When students return to Northeastern’s campuses in the fall, they’ll find a small army of 280 cleaners working around the clock to disinfect more than 100 university buildings.
Wearing a mask and gloves is one of the best prevention measures for limiting the spread of coronavirus. Northeastern’s EH&S has provided these Best practices in a few simple steps along with a training video.
To thank the neighborhood Firefighters and Police Officers on the front line, Northeastern Facilities Services teamed up with Schmacher Landscape Inc. to donate 380 pots of tulips.