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Marine and Environmental Sciences
For fifth-year Julia Renner and fourth-year Minerva Teli, interests in environmental sustainability just scratch the surface of their career-driven passions. Renner and Teli are the 2018 recipients of the Dr. Carl F. Muckenhoupt Scholarship, an award for students who plan to use their scientific background to "benefit the environment of the earth and the life upon it."
Chemistry and Chemical Biology
"For Northeastern, this is the start of a longer-term relationship with GSK. It's a really great experience for a lot of the people in the program to be able to get out and do other things, and it's pretty great that Northeastern has this infrastructure in place to allow people to do this," he said.
Behavioral Neuroscience, College of Science
Northeastern’s Brain Awareness Week underscores need to “make world a healthier, more informed place”
Learn about the future of brain sensors, new treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, and more during Brain Awareness Week, hosted by the Northeastern NEURONS student organization.
Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Science
Northeastern alumnus Dr. Joe Krackeler has kept busy since receiving his PhD in polymer chemistry in 1967. From consulting in polymers and molding materials throughout the Silicon Valley, to owning a cheesecake company, to being on the championship Team USA Hockey Team over 80 – he has done it all.
Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Science
Neuropsychologists and Criminal Minds fans alike join in excitement over launch of new forensics club
"This club is for anyone in biology, psychology, behavioral neuroscience, criminal justice, or any major if you're interested in aspects of forensic science and other parts of criminology that aren't offered at Northeastern," said Talemal. "And it's also for people who are just interested in watching and talking about some great criminal television."
Biochemistry, Biology, College of Science
The Northeastern chapter of the College Diabetes Network (CDN) was started last year by interested students and advised by Assistant Professor of Biology Dori Woods to connect students with type 1 diabetes with resources and other students on campus that are more difficult to find in college.
Marine and Environmental Sciences, Marine Science Center, Three Seas
Jon Rodemann's research shows that predatory rates of fish close to shore are higher at low latitudes on the US east coast due to more species interactions.