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.
Another step was taken toward a more sustainable future on Thursday, July 22nd, on Northeastern’s campus. The University hosted the Mass EV Experience Expo, where the public had a chance to explore the universe of electric vehicles, listen to several speakers from different corners of the industry, and learn about Northeastern’s plans regarding its sustainability commitments.
Established trees that have proved to be essential elements of the unique on-campus ecosystem face threats that could potentially jeopardize their existence.
Northeastern University achieved a significant milestone by successfully submitting our STARS report to the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)
Northeastern volunteers clean-up at the Maurice J. Tobin School in Roxbury.
Olivia Gerena, a Madison Park Technical school student who is working as a plumbing apprentice on campus at Northeastern University, poses for a portrait.
Students joined with Northeastern landscaping staff to plant a pawpaw tree Friday on Centennial Common in celebration of Arbor Day.
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Breaking Bread is a week-long series of events exploring a broader definition of sustainability through novel perspectives such as food, culture, faith, and community. While “sustainability” is often thought of in scientific or policy terms, the concept has embedded values that offer the opportunity to build bridges across communities that might otherwise not consider themselves […]