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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
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Lifestyle choices affect our brain’s capabilities throughout life — this researcher wants to know how.

Timothy Morris did not anticipate he would become an academic, but his career path led him to the position he now loves: postdoctoral researcher at Northeastern. Morris recounts his research journey, the significance of his current work, and why academia at Northeastern is his calling.
April 30, 2021

Co-op and COVID: Working at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Leilani is a fourth year behavioral neuroscience major at Northeastern, currently on her first co-op at Beth Israel. She was hired to be an assistant during behavior studies of mice, but like many students her co-op experience has been dramatically changed by the pandemic. We reached out to her to see what her experience is like, and how it is different from what she expected.
October 25, 2020

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