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Nov 13, 2017

Global Experience Creates International Tournament

Ask Darryl Robinson, BS, Mechanical Engineering, 2020, why lacrosse is his favorite sport, and he’ll cite its unique blend of physicality and finesse, its reliance on teamwork over individual ability. “It’s the fastest game on two feet,” he’ll say, using one of the sport’s most popular slogans. Robinson, E’20, grew up raking, scooping, and roll […]

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Nov 02, 2017

Scholarship Supports Global Co-op Opportunities

Taylor Wilde, BS Chemical Engineering 2019, was the recipient of a Fung Scholarship, which allowed him to work on co-op at a research lab at École Normale Supérieure, a university in Paris. Source: News @ Northeastern Chemical engineering major Taylor Wilde, E’19, came to Northeastern, in part, for the university’s renowned co-op program, looking to […]

Chemical Engineering

Nov 02, 2017

Scholarship Supports Global Co-op Opportunities

ChE student Taylor Wilde, E’19, was the recipient of a Fung Scholarship, which allowed him to work on co-op at a research lab at École Normale Supérieure, a university in Paris. Source: News @ Northeastern Chemical engineering major Taylor Wilde came to Northeastern, in part, for the university’s renowned co-op program, looking to gain real-world […]

Chemical Engineering

Oct 18, 2017

Easy ‘Friending’ Startup

Jay Shome and Andrew Smith, BS, Computer Engineering, 2018—“Friending made easy.” That’s the motto of FriendsUp, a new app enabling users to share contact information and connect via Snapchat, Facebook, and Instagram in the blink of an eye. It’s the brainchild of Andrew Smith and Jay Shome, both E’18, who launched the app in July […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

student at work at plant in Equador

Sep 05, 2017

Success without Boundaries

Written by Sharabh Kochar, an Engineering Management graduate. About Me Sharabh Kochar is a recent graduate from the engineering management program. He completed an international co-op at Schlumberger del Ecuador S.A., where he was able to enjoy the experience of a lifetime and explore a new culture. Success without Boundaries The calendar date July 5, […]

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Aug 25, 2017

Engineering for People

Kritika Singh, BS, Bioengineering, 2020—As a high school sophomore in Alexandria, Virginia, Kritika Singh, E’20, bioengineering, had an experience that changed the course of her life. A student at the prestigious Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Singh applied for and received a summer internship in Boston, where she worked for Acetylon Pharmaceuticals. […]

Bioengineering

Jul 19, 2017

Inspiring Women Engineers

Students Sarada M. Symonds, E’19, computer engineering and computer science, and Elizabeth Wig, E’20, electrical engineering, were each recently awarded $5,000 scholarships for the 2017-2018 academic year by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Symonds received the 2017 Ada I. Pressman Memorial Scholarship, her second SWE scholarship in the past two years. Wig, a Dean’s […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

male student in business suite with business building in background

Jul 19, 2017

Figuring Out Industrial Engineering

About Me Keith Fleming is a fifth year Industrial Engineering student who is also pursuing his master’s degree in Industrial Engineering. While at Northeastern, Keith has completed two co-ops; at Textron Systems and Sanofi Genzyme. He is also a member of IISE and Tau Beta Pi. He shares his experience in his own words. Figuring […]

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering