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  Northeastern University
Against strong international competition, chemistry and chemical biology chair Graham Jones won a seat on a powerful United Kingdom consortium of universities, giving Northeastern University an inside track on international collaboration and research funding.
The ultimate goal is to open up interdisciplinary, collaborative research between Northeastern University and the United Kingdom institutions, generating breakthrough discoveries and research funding.
Harlan Lane, Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, elevated to the highest rank of "Commandeur" in the prestigious French Ordre des Palmes Academiques.
www.northeastern.edu /neuhome/index.html   (290 words)

  Northeastern posts riot photos - The Boston Globe
Northeastern University asked its students yesterday to help identify classmates involved in Sunday night's Super Bowl riots, posting photographs of those involved in the pandemonium that left one man dead and caused extensive property damage.
The university acknowledges its responsibility to watch over students in its off-campus apartments, and its code of conduct calls for off-campus behavior not to "adversely affect" the school's relationship with its neighbors.
Yesterday's meeting at Northeastern was scheduled by student government as an opportunity for students to learn about the university's response to the rioting and to vent frustrations.
www.boston.com /news/local/massachusetts/articles/2004/02/07/northeastern_posts_riot_photos   (1104 words)

 Northeastern University - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Northeastern University - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Northeastern University, private, coeducational institution in Boston, Massachusetts.
Northeastern State University, public, coeducational institution in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 93 km (57 mi) from Tulsa.
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 Northeastern University - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Northeastern University Submits Amicus Brief to Supreme Court in Support of University of Michigan; Northeastern President Freeland Calls Diversity Essential to Mission of Higher Education.
Northeastern University's Division of Adult and Continuing Education Announces Program to Preserve Community Leadership; Community Enrichment Fellows Program Fosters Transfer of Leadership from One Generation to the Next.
Northeastern University Launches Bouve Institute for Healthcare Leadership and Professional Development; U.S. Assistant Surgeon General, Dr. Susan Blumenthal, is guest speaker at launch reception.
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 College Profiles - Northeastern University
Northeastern University - a student-centered, practice-oriented university - is the world leader in cooperative education, a program in which students alternate between academic quarters and paid, professional work experience.
Because Northeastern is at the center of Boston's thriving educational, artistic, and cultural life, campus life extends far beyond the campus.
Northeastern University belongs to the Boston Library Consortium which allows for on-site use of materials at sixteen academic and research institutions and universities in the Greater Boston area.
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 Northeastern University Admission: Vault Northeastern University Student Surveys
Northeasterns reputation, especially in the Boston area is getting stronger every year, primarily due to the coop program.
Northeastern is a great way to start off your career thanks to the well established co-op program.
The university does not promote many events and I find that most students spend their leisure time during the week and on the weekends going to po...
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 FCD - Northeastern University
Northeastern's main campus is situated on 60 acres along the Avenue of the Arts, between the Museum of Fine Arts and Symphony Hall.
Founded in 1898 as a part-time night school, Northeastern today is a world leader in practice-oriented education, a learning model that fuses workplace experience, professional education and the liberal arts and sciences.
Northeastern is a private, research university (Carnegie Classification Research II) that offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate and graduate programs leading to degrees through the doctorate.
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The authors are: Luis Anchordoqui, associate research scientist in the Physics Department at Northeastern University; Haim Goldberg, professor in the Physics Department at Northeastern University; and Jonathan Feng, associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University of California, Irvine.
Northeastern University, located in the heart of Boston, Massachusetts, is a world leader in practice-oriented education and recognized for its expert faculty and first-rate academic and research facilities.
Through co-op, Northeastern undergraduates alternate semesters of full-time study with semesters of paid work in fields relevant to their professional interests and major, giving them nearly two years of professional experience upon graduation.
www.newswise.com /articles/view/517544/?sc=dwhn   (975 words)

 Closing chapter, end of story at NU Press - The Boston Globe
Northeastern University has decided to shutter its 27-year-old publishing arm, a small but well-respected university press that costs the school up to $450,000 a year to operate.
Critics of the move see it as a blow to the intellectual prestige of a university that has been working assiduously to improve its academic credentials, most recently announcing a $75 million plan to hire 100 professors.
A spokesperson for Northeastern said the closure of the press was strictly a financial decision, triggered by increasing economic stresses on the press and in publishing in general.
www.boston.com /ae/books/articles/2004/03/23/closing_chapter_end_of_story_at_nu_press   (712 words)

 Commencement Address at Northeastern University
Ladies and Gentlemen of the Northeastern University Class of 2006, it is a very great honor for me to join you, your families and friends and the leadership, faculty and staff of your school to pay tribute to you.
Northeastern has an extraordinary faculty led by an accomplished President — Richard Freeland — who has done a magnificent job here for the last decade and can be proud of his achievements when he steps down this summer.
I believe the one lesson from Northeastern you will take away is this — you know that the real meaning of your education has to be that you shall now use it for a good purpose, a noble purpose — to live a life of service for the greater good.
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 Northeastern Illinois University - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Northeastern Illinois University - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Northeastern Illinois University, public, coeducational institution in Chicago, Illinois.
Wheaton (Illinois), city, seat of DuPage County, northeastern Illinois, a residential community near Chicago; incorporated as a city 1890.
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 Northeastern University - College Closeup
Northeastern students graduate knowing what they could have learned only on the job: how to conduct themselves, what to wear, how to interpret a company’s culture, how to get things done, and how to write a resume and interview successfully.
Northeastern’s academic programs are divided among six colleges: the College of Arts and Sciences, the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, the College of Business Administration, the College of Computer and Information Science, the College of Criminal Justice, and the College of Engineering.
The University has 839 full-time faculty members with a wide variety of research and teaching interests and specialties and a staff of academic counselors in each college who work closely with students to assist them in developing programs suited to their interests and abilities.
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 Northeastern University Women's Rowing Official Site
Northeastern's retooled roster will be led by co-captain Meredith Sparano, who is expected to row bow in the varsity eight, and co-captain Tessa Barry-Gonzalez, who is in the mix to cox the varsity eight.
Northeastern, Boston University, MIT and Radcliffe dedicated four new racing shells to Ernestine Bayer, who is considered the "Mother of Women’s Rowing." Bayer, a women's rowing pioneer, died at the age of 97 on Sept. 10, 2006.
Northeastern took wins in two events: the women's open pair without and the women's collegiate four with.
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 Case Study - Northeastern University
Northeastern University, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is a world leader in practice-oriented education.
Northeastern ran a separate network for testing application changes and their potential impact on student, faculty, and administration desktop images – application sets – to minimize post-installation problems.
Northeastern needed a solution that would solve its application deployment and multi-versioning issues, and enable IT to quickly and easily service needs for the lastest applications.
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 Northeastern University MBA Admission: Vault Student Surveys
Northeastern is known for its red tape, and the admissions process is no different.
The Co-Op MBA program of Northeastern is uniquie because it provides almost 100% job placement for 6 months on fully paid possition ($20-30 per hour)....
Almost 100% of the MBA students live off-campus and commute to the university on a daily basis.
www.vault.com /mba-admissions/Northeastern-University.html   (561 words)

 Northeastern University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Northeastern University, a world leader in practice-based education, is pleased to offer an MBA program in a fully online format.
At Northeastern, you will build on your current career success, expand your managerial skills and knowledge base, and put your new learning to use in your place of work.
Northeastern University is AACSB-accredited, the highest standard of accreditation for any business school worldwide.
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 Northeastern University (neu) - College Guide Written For Students By Students   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Northeastern is now recognized as one of the elite college options in the Boston area; the school is getting the recognition it deserves for doing what very few other institutions do—actively finding jobs for students.
“Northeastern has the benefit of being an urban university, and thus the local atmosphere is not limited to the campus pub and a greasy pizza pit.
Read our Northeastern University guide and discover what it feels like to be on campus for 4 years.
www.collegeprowler.com /guide.asp/1427401039/index.html   (0 words)

 Grad Profiles - Northeastern University Physics
The University offers a variety of curricula through seven undergraduate colleges, nine graduate and professional schools, two part-time undergraduate divisions, a number of continuing education programs, an extensive research division, and several institutes.
The University is located in the Back Bay section of Boston, close to the Museum of Fine Arts, the New England Conservatory of Music, Symphony Hall, and Copley Square.
In the fall of 2003, 23,411 students were enrolled at the University, representing a wide variety of academic, professional, geographic, and cultural backgrounds.
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 Northeastern University Football Official Site
Northeastern head coach Rocky Hager has announced that nine student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to join Northeastern for the 2007 season.
Senior Jared White was named to the team for the fourth time in four seasons, while junior Barry Jeanson made the team for the third consecutive year and sophomores Anthony Orio and John Sperrazza made their second straight appearances on the team.
Northeastern closes the 2007 slate on the road at Rhode Island on Nov. 17.
www.gonu.com /football   (330 words)

 Grad Profiles - Northeastern University
Founded in 1898, Northeastern is a privately endowed nonsectarian institution of higher learning and one of the largest private universities in the country.
Northeastern has six undergraduate colleges, eight graduate and professional schools, two part-time undergraduate divisions, a number of continuing and special education programs and institutes, several suburban campuses, and an extensive research division.
In fall 2004, 13,571 undergraduate and 4,309 graduate students were enrolled at Northeastern University, representing a wide variety of academic, professional, geographic, and cultural backgrounds.
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 Northeastern State University Academics, History, Financial Aid, Alumni, Campus, Students, Faculty, Address, Tuition, ...
Northeastern State University ranks 1905th for the percentage of students receiving financial aid.
Northeastern State University ranks 1767th for the average full-time faculty salary.
Northeastern State University is located in Tahlequah, Oklahoma, which has a population of approximately 14,000.
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 Northeastern University News
In the case of Boston College last night, it was a deluge as the Eagles battered Northeastern, 7-1, in front of 2,471 at Conte Forum, advancing to the Hockey East semifinals with a...
Issue date: 3/9/07 Section: Sports The Rams of Virginia Commonwealth University took care of the Northeastern Huskies 74-58 Thursday night in the first round of the CAA women's tournament at the Bob Carpenter...
Northeastern senior Bennet Davis lingered at the edge of the Richmond Coliseum floor yesterday after the Huskies' 64-50 loss to Drexel in the quarterfinals of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament.
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 CCIS > Graduate > Overview
Founded in 1982, Northeastern University's College of Computer and Information Science (CCIS) was the first college in America devoted exclusively to computer science.
Northeastern University offers a wealth of other resources for CCIS students: 11 undergraduate schools and colleges; 10 graduate and professional schools; brand-new research and recreation complexes; Snell Library, the largest academic library in Boston; the Curry Student Center; and the cultural and geographic diversity of the student body.
More than 50 colleges and universities are within a 25-mile radius of the campus, adding to Northeastern's intellectual vitality.
www.ccs.neu.edu /gradschool   (0 words)

 Contact Us, Finance Group, Northeastern University
Northeastern has done very well in the past.
A $500 grant is made to the college or university the student will be attending.
All scholarship funds are issued jointly to the student and university, with the university maintaining the funds on account for the student to draw against for tuition, books, room and board or other curriculum-related expenses.
web.cba.neu.edu /fin/scholarship.html   (0 words)

 Northeastern University Paralegal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Northeastern University: Paralegal directly with you in a workshop setting on projects that a paralegal would be expected toplete.
Governo Law Firm LLC Education from Anna Maria College in 1990 and her paralegal certificate from the Northeastern University Paralegal Certificate Program in 2001.
Northeastern Ohio Paralegal Association - June 16, 1997 The Northeastern Ohio Paralegal Association (andamp;quot;NOPAandamp;quot;) was incorporated on September 2 are currently enrolled in a paralegal education course at a college, university, or other institution of
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 Northeastern University, Boston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The larger part of Northeastern's campus is directly adjacent to Huntington Avenue and is accessible by the MBTA (known simply as the 'T' locally); three Green Line (all "E" Branch) stops (Northeastern, Symphony, and Museum of Fine Arts) and two Orange line (Massachusetts Avenue and Ruggles) (which also has commuter rail service) stops.
In the 2007 US News and World Report college ranking, Northeastern is ranked 98th on the list of "120 Top National Universities".
Northeastern • Olin • Pine Manor • Regis • School of the MFA • Simmons (MA) • Suffolk • Tufts • UMass Boston • Wellesley • Wentworth • Wheelock
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 Live From NEDMA: Northeastern University Brings Branding to a New Degree
In a move some might see as untraditional for academia, Northeastern University has turned to branding to create an image for the school and boost enrollment.
Boston-based Northeastern was almost bankrupt in the early nineties, noted Brian Kenny, vice president of marketing and communications.
While 90% of Northeastern's alumni are concentrated in the Boston area, the school hadn't done a good job of connecting with that constituency.
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