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Landmark study into the genetic disorder offers clues into links between metabolism and mental health

Researchers at Northeastern and neighboring colleges say they’ve made a landmark discovery that takes a deeper look at the metabolic and biochemical origins of a debilitating genetic disease known to cause a range of symptoms and health problems. A new study, published Wednesday, focused on a severe neurodevelopmental disorder referred to as 16p11.2 Deletion Syndrome, […]
December 03, 2021

The not-so secret life of bees

Elena Getsios, who just finished her third-year behavioral neuroscience and philosophy major at Northeastern, got a taste for beekeeping after attending an event about the craft a few years ago. She jumped at the chance to learn more when she saw that the university offered a co-op at Best Bees, an urban beekeeping company located […]
May 21, 2021

Student Profile: Cameron Clark, Linguistics Major

Cameron Clark is a Linguistics Major graduating next Spring in the class of 2022. Why did you choose to study Linguistics at Northeastern? “When I was in middle school and high school, I took Latin classes and my teachers were amazing. My first Latin teacher was very fun and would come to class prepared to […]
March 15, 2021
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Student Profile: Kayla Mathiowetz, Chemistry Major

Kayla Mathiowetz is a Chemistry Major on the Premed track. She is graduating this Spring in the Class of 2021. Why did you choose to study Chemistry at Northeastern? My dad works as a chemist at Pfizer, so I have been exposed to the field of Chemistry since I was a child and I was […]
March 03, 2021
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Alum Q&A: Kathleen Watt ’11

Kathleen Watt works for Insurance Brokerage Firm in New York City. Katie was a Mathematic major, Class of 2011 What made you interested in studying mathematics at Northeastern? Why do you believe this is a great choice for a major? “I am a little bit different in that I went into college searches knowing that […]
February 09, 2021
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Matz Scholars: Investing in Excellence, Investing in the Future

If you’re looking to learn more about Bob Matz ‘62, you’re probably not going to find what you’re looking for here.  Bob would much rather spend his time talking about the student scholars in Northeastern’s Biotechnology Co-op Research Fellowship Program. Along with his wife Eileen, Bob has generously and proudly supported nearly 70 undergraduate students […]
December 16, 2020

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