“Giving Tuesday” is a global day of giving fueled by social media and collaboration, officially kicking off the charitable giving […]
By Mackenzie Nichols Balancing school work and a D1 athletic schedule is a challenging undertaking. Northeastern graduate Lou Harwood accomplished […]
Self-driving cars are on the way, and they’re the future of Lyft, according to the company’s chief technology officer and […]
By Shandana Mufti When Bill Mayo (BSCS ’88; MBA ‘94) attended Northeastern as a computer science student in the 1980s, […]
By Shandana Mufti Receiving and accepting job offers for life after graduation always brings a sense of relief. Prachi Bhansali […]
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Thanks to a group of students from Northeastern University, you can now locate all your favorite food trucks in Boston […]
CCIS graduates are taking on leadership roles throughout the computer science and tech fields, whether as professors, startup founders or […]
By Shandana Mufti Among Netflix’s original programming is Chelsea Does, a series starring comedian Chelsea Handler. The documentary series follows […]
Emine Yilmaz earned her Ph.D. in computer science at Northeastern in 2008. Now, she’s an associate professor at University College […]
Carla Brodley, the dean of computer science at Northeastern University, said that for computer science students, it is all about […]
Students can earn Northeastern degrees from campuses in Boston, Seattle, Charlotte and Silicon Valley. They can also choose to bypass […]
There’s a lot of data out there. And that data is often easier to collect than it is to sift […]
“I’m unemployable,” says CCIS grad Praful Mathur. “I learned that at Northeastern when I was doing my co-ops. I just […]
In the six years since he graduated from CCIS in 2009, Matt Horan hasn’t strayed too far geographically from Northeastern […]
While studying at Northeastern, 2015 grad James Klein seized upon the opportunities offered by co-op to push his boundaries by […]
Renting in Boston is no joke. On top of dealing with pushy brokers, tyrannical real estate management companies and one […]
View CCIS By the Numbers for 2014-2015. What a year it has been! Can’t wait to see what this year brings.
The terms hacker, programmer, engineer and computer scientist get thrown around a lot, and they’re all too frequently mixed up as a broad definition of anybody who’s working on software.
On June 1, Ian Gorton began his new role as director of computer science programs at Northeastern University–Seattle. Gorton has 25 years of experience working in the software industry, academia, and government labs in the United States and Australia, and he comes to Northeastern from the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute.