Mar 08, 2023
Goldwater Scholar Sets Sights on Medical and Doctoral Degrees
Giona Kleinberg, E’23, majoring in bioengineering and biochemistry with a minor in data science, is an experienced researcher with several publications and a prestigious Barry Goldwater Scholarship under his belt, all prior to earning his bachelor’s degree. His next goals: a medical degree and a PhD.
Mar 08, 2023
A Path Combining Chemical Engineering and Communications
Andrea Griffin, BS chemical engineering and minor in marketing, combines her interest in chemical engineering and communications through co-ops and a variety of activities, paving the way for pursuing an MBA in the future.
Jan 27, 2023
A Trajectory to Leadership as an Engineer
Before starting college, Carey Tassel, who is pursuing a BS in mechanical engineering, and an MS in engineering management with the PlusOne program, has a personal experience that led her to an interest in medical devices. She says, “I’ve always had an underlying interest in the medical space.” While in high school in Lexington, Massachusetts, […]
Jan 13, 2023
Locomotives, Ophthalmoscopes, and Mountain Bikes: A Northeastern Alum’s Impact
Morgan Misek, mechanical engineering alumnus, has founded Trxstle, an outdoors equipment company combining his love of cycling, the outdoors, and engineering—all of which he pursued while a student at Northeastern.
Nov 04, 2022
Featured Galante Fellow: Marlena Stanton
Growing up, Marlena Stanton, BS chemical engineering, and MS in engineering management, 2023, always had an affinity for math and chemistry. Coupled with her interest in healthcare and cosmetic chemistry, chemical engineering was the perfect fit. At Northeastern, however, Stanton realized that another passion of hers lies in understanding processes as a whole and being […]
Nov 04, 2022
Featured Galante Fellow: Beatriz Feijóo Gómez
Beatriz Feijóo Gómez is a sixth-year student at Northeastern University, graduating December 2022 with an MS in engineering management and having previously received her BS in civil engineering in May 2021. Feijóo Gómez has always had an affinity for math and science, and growing up one of her favorite things to do was build models of […]
Oct 26, 2022
Seeing Code in Real Life: A Co-op Journey into Robotics
Computer Engineering student Joseph Berman has taken advantage of Northeastern’s experiential learning opportunities. After completing a co-op at Amazon Robotics, he worked in the robotics lab of Associate Professor Taskin Padir, who is also director of the Institute of Experiential Robotics. He is now on co-op in Japan working at Mujin, a startup based in Tokyo with additional branches in Georgia and China. Mujin creates software for industrial robots controlled by a central artificial intelligence hub.
Jun 27, 2022
MIE Twins Graduate with 4.0 and Dream Jobs
Recent mechanical engineering graduates and twins Jared and Jake Covell say their healthy competition helped both of them to graduate with a 4.0-grade point average and land jobs at Tesla and SpaceX. Meet Elon Musk’s twin prodigies from Northeastern Main photo: Jared Covell (left) is working with Tesla and his identical twin, Jake, soon will […]