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Catalyst Magazine Fall 2022
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The College of Science 2021-2022 Annual Report
Science research breaks frontiers, to reveal the unexpected and the fascinating, and toward powerful solutions. We celebrate the contributions and achievements of our community across learning, teaching, research, and expert administration, all within a culture of respect and action toward equity.Learn More
Sarah Bernt, who graduated from Northeastern in 2019, was selected for the prestigious and selective George J. Mitchell Scholarship, which sends future American leaders to the island of Ireland for a year of graduate study.
Read more about her journey here.
Graduates of Three Seas pursue various careers in environmental consulting, non-profit work, state and federal government, outreach and education, and scientific research support. Learn more about some of our program alumni and how their Three Seas experiences helped shape their career pathways here.
Katelyn “Katie” Merry works as a Community Planner for the US Air Force in Texas. Katie was an Environmental Studies Major, Class of 2016.
"The life skills that you learn at Northeastern are super important and valuable," she explains. Learn more about how her Northeastern experience prepared her for success here.
Vance Consalvo graduated with a BS in biology in 2015. He now works as a Dentist in New York. "Hands down the curriculum within the College of Science prepared me for the rigors of dental school," he raves.
Read more about how Vance's studies prepared him for his current success here.