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Dec 01, 2023

Early Start on a PhD Path in Mechanical Engineering

Abraham LeMole, E’23, mechanical engineering, starts on a PhD path under the guidance of Mehdi Abedi, associate teaching professor of mechanical and industrial engineering.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Nov 15, 2023

Hyun Lee Nominated for Churchill-Kanders Scholarship

Environmental engineering and health science student Hyun Lee, E’23, was nominated for the Churchill-Kanders Scholarship, which was established in 2017 to address the growing divide between science and public policy by funding a Master’s in Public Policy at Cambridge University.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Nov 14, 2023

MS to PhD Research Path Leads to Improving Autonomous Vehicle Performance

Xiangyu Bai, MS’23, electrical and computer engineering, who is now pursuing his PhD at Northeastern in computer engineering, conducts research in the area of computer vision focused on improving autonomy simulations. He is advised by Associate Professor Sarah Ostadabbas and works in her Augmented Cognition Laboratory. He co-authored “Bridging the Domain Gap between Synthetic and […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Nov 13, 2023

Searching for a Cure to Cancer on Co-op

The three co-op experiences and capstone project of Jessica Chen, E’24, bioengineering, has solidified a love for cell culture and the cellular parts of bioengineering. She had co-ops at Gentuity, a medical device company; Ensoma, a biotech company; and through the CaNCURE program at Northeastern, that places undergraduate students in cancer nanomedicine positions in Boston. […]


Nov 03, 2023

Bioengineering Education and Experiences for a Career in Cancer Research

Luke DeMarco, E’24, bioengineering, is interested in a career in cancer research. He’s had two co-ops: the first at biotech startup Catamaran Bio and the second a research co-op working in a lab at Northeastern—both in the areas of immunotherapy and cancer research. He also went on a Dialogue of Civilizations to Italy and has […]


Nov 03, 2023

Advancing Robotics and Space Exploration through Co-op, Labs, and Clubs

Garrit Strenge, E’24, computer engineering and computer science, has had three co-ops at Busck Space Propulsion, Morse Corp., and Amazon Robotics. He is also conducted research in the Movement Neuroscience Lab, and is active in clubs such as Students for the Exploration of Space.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Oct 27, 2023

Electrical Engineer’s Path from the Dominican Republic to Northeastern University

Cesar Manuel De Oleo, E’26, electrical engineering, participated in the Undergraduate Program for Leaders In Future Transformation (UPLIFT) program. As a first-year student, he participated in research on parallel computing. He has learned buildup of C programming, algorithms, libraries, and programming in CUDA and help his research. When Cesar Manuel De Oleo, E’26, electrical engineering, […]

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Oct 26, 2023

A Culture of Ambition and Determination

With a goal of earning a PhD, Melissa Scanlon, E’24, bioengineering and biochemistry, has had three research co-ops in the areas of cell biology and cellular engineering, and also studied abroad for semester at Mahidol University in Thailand. She feels the culture of the student body at Northeastern is very determined and ambitious and that is something that’s encouraged and motivated her.