Vivek Kanpa/ Data Science and Biology Major, Math minor, Khoury ’23 This weekend I celebrated the four month anniversary of my Software Development co-op with Takeda Pharmaceutical Company on the Lead Discovery Team. I thought about how much I had accomplished during that time, and how much I wish I had more than 2 months … More Getting the Most Out of Your Co-op
Victoria Shen/ Cell and Molecular Biology, COS ’21 Today’s post is going to be all about the exciting world of undergraduate research. I am going to focus on my personal research experiences: on/off campus and during classes/while on co-op. To preface, I have always been really interested in research and knew it was something I … More Research Opportunities (and how to find them)!
Andrea Griffin // Chemical Engineering, Marketing minor, COE ’24 In my 3 short years of being a Northeastern student, I have had a ton of various extracurricular experiences. Even though Husky Ambassadors is my passion, I am also involved in a couple other clubs. The list has varied between the years, so I’ll cover all … More Finding My Place Outside of Classes
Victoria Shen/ Cell and Molecular Biology, COS ’21 Well, it finally feels like fall in Boston. While walking through campus this past week, it hit me that it is indeed fall, and I have just about one month left before I can change my LinkedIn bio from “Northeastern University Cell and Molecular Biology B.S. candidate” … More On Change and Uncertainty (& surviving an admissions cycle)
Andrea Griffin // Chemical Engineering, COE ’24 Hey y’all! I’m so excited to share a half-way update on my co-op experience and get into what goes down in the crazy world of ~corporate life~ I’ll start with a bit of background about my co-op and what I do. I work at Nuvera, a hydrogen fuel … More The Tea on Co-op
Raj Mocherla, Economics and Mathematics, Spanish Minor, CSSH ’21 At Northeastern, our education model is based on four pillars: co-op, research, service learning, and global experience. During your time here you must complete at least one in order to graduate—however, you are free to satisfy more, if not all of them! The specific pillar I’ll … More What on Earth is a Dialogue of Civilizations?
Jonah Webb – Finance and Math Combined Major, DMSB/COS ’21, Waterville, Maine My dad loved reading me books before bed growing up: classic literature, from Where the Red Fern Grows to The Catcher and the Rye. One of the books that stuck with me the most was The Boys of Summer, where author Roger Khan … More Boys of Summer II
This post is Article #2 of a series featuring Dorcas Olatunji, a first-year Economics and Business Administration student. I was born in Queens, New York but grew up in New Castle, Delaware. My hometown is within a state with under a million people and a place that is mostly highway than anything. Growing up there … More Moving From Home to a Big City
This post is Article #1 of a series featuring Dorcas Olatunji, a first-year Economics and Business Administration student. My name is Dorcas Olatunji and I am a first-year student studying Economics and Business Administration at Northeastern University. I am a changemaker dedicated to building communities through experiential learning, public service, and civic engagement. I experienced … More Deep Dive into Dorc Diaries
Kaia Cooper // Business Administration Major with Concentrations in Management and Marketing, DMSB ’22 Hello Hello Hello!! Welcome Aboard Kaia’s MBTA Adventures! My name is Kaia, I’m a third year business student and today I’ll be your conductor! For those of you who may not know, the MBTA is Boston’s public subway system and between … More MBTA Adventures Part 1 | Featuring the Green and Blue Lines