In the Media

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Jun 18, 2024

While Women Outnumber Men on Campus, Their Later Earnings Remain Stuck

Madeline Szoo, chemical engineering and biochemistry, E’25, was featured in the NPR article “While women outnumber men on campus, their later earnings remain stuck.”

Chemical Engineering

Jun 10, 2024

Discovery Highlights ‘Critical Oversight’ in Perceived Security of Wireless Networks

Sherif Badran, PhD’26, electrical engineering, and ECE Professor Josep Jornet were featured in the Rice University article “Discovery Highlights ‘Critical Oversight’ in Perceived Security of Wireless Networks.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Jun 10, 2024

New England Tennis Hall of Fame Opens its Doors to Foxboro’s Jaeger-Helton

MIE Teaching Professor Beverly Kris Jaeger-Helton was featured in The Sun Chronicle article “New England Tennis Hall of Fame Opens its Doors to Foxboro’s Jaeger-Helton” for her induction into the New England Tennis Hall of Fame at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport as a chair umpire and court official.

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

Tommaso Melodia

May 20, 2024

Test and Measurement: Northeastern’s OTIC Up and Running

ECE William Lincoln Smith Professor Tommaso Melodia was featured in the RCR Wireless article “Test and Measurement: Northeastern’s OTIC up and running.”

Electrical & Computer Engineering

Julia Hopkins

May 15, 2024

What the EPA’s Ban on ‘Forever Chemicals’ in Drinking Water Means for Massachusetts

CEE Assistant Professor Julia Hopkins was featured in the Boston Globe article What the EPA’s ban on ‘forever chemicals’ in drinking water means for Massachusetts.

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Alireza Ramezani

May 15, 2024

Video Friday: Loco-Manipulation

ECE Assistant Professor Alireza Ramezani’s Silicon Synapse Lab was featured in IEEE Spectrum’s “Video Friday: Loco-Manipulation,” their weekly selection of awesome robotics videos.

Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Apr 22, 2024

5 NSF Projects Transforming How Researchers Understand Plastic Waste

MES/COS/CEE Professor Aron Stubbins’ research on plastic pollution was featured in the NSF article “5 NSF Projects Transforming How Researchers Understand Plastic Waste.”

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Apr 19, 2024

Going the Extra Mile: The Radio Operators Who Connect All 26.2 Miles of the Boston Marathon

The NU Wireless Club was featured in the Huntington News article “Going the extra mile: the radio operators who connect all 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon,” for their support as amateur radio operators in keeping a constant loop of communications for the duration of the Boston Marathon.