The Transnational Teaching Experience
March 10, 2015
It is a long trip to Southeast Asia from Boston, 20 hours of flying time, but surprisingly, the time passes quickly. I alternate between sleeping and reading a history of Vietnamese culture in anticipation of the four weeks when I will be teaching in the Global Leadership program within our Northeastern partnership with Vietnam International University.
Traveling Around the World to Build a Career in Regulatory Affairs
November 19, 2014
Shrenik Desai is keenly aware of his role in the complex ecosystem of modern-day healthcare delivery. On one side are millions of cancer patients seeking new hope from the latest life-extending treatments. On the other side are the pharmaceutical and biotech companies developing, testing, and commercializing those treatments.
Former Executive Speechwriter Now Faculty Member Sean Gresh Keeps Skills Sharp
November 14, 2014
Sean Gresh, a faculty member in the Master's degree program in Corporate and Organizational Communications, recently published a speech in Vital Speeches of the Day, the most prestigious publication of speeches.
How to Teach Leadership in Today’s World: Challenges, Cases and Ways Forward
October 23, 2014
How do you teach leadership? This is a common question. Within the context of a business or governmental policy course, this is relatively easy to answer with an array of theories, a magnum of famous names, and an example or two from real life.
Northeastern fundraising at a record high, Empower campaign soars
September 26, 2014
Northeastern University secured $71.9 million in fundraising in the 2013-14 academic year, far exceeding its goal and marking the second-highest annual giving total in its history.