As our routines changed due to COVID-19, our energy consumption on campus has as well. Here are some highlights of the big changes energy usage.
Sydney Morris, who studies chemical engineering, wants to make powerful batteries without cobalt, an expensive and unsustainable rare earth mineral that’s often mined by children.
Students joined with Northeastern landscaping staff to plant a pawpaw tree Friday on Centennial Common in celebration of Arbor Day.
Shalanda Baker, professor of law, public policy and urban affairs, has joined President Biden’s administration as deputy director for energy justice at the Department of Energy. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Northeastern University
Christina Lau, who studies environmental science, center, and Hannah Ferguson and Samuel Rosario, who both study music industry, seesaw on the Wooden Wave, an installation for the Furniture Urbanism course final project.
Join us for an update on Northeastern’s sustainability and resilience progress and next steps for addressing climate justice action.
NU Mutual Aid holds a mobile food pantry to provide resources for food insecure community members on Centennial Common.
Hongli (Julie) Zhu, an assistant professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern, developed a way to create biodegradable food containers using sugarcane and bamboo fibers.
by Gregory Grinnell News@Northeastern Autumn is a special time of the year in New England, when leaf-peepers travel from all over the world to take in the natural fireworks that happen every fall. But, if you’re close to Northeastern’s Boston campus, you don’t have to travel very far at all—the campus, which was officially recognized […]