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Ryan Dupont

Faculty Support Coordinator


Office Location

440 Huntington Avenue
201 West Village H
Boston, MA 02115

Mailing Address

Northeastern University
ATTN: Ryan Dupont, 202 WVH
360 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115


  • BA in Business Management-Human Resources, Marist College


Ryan Dupont is a Human Resources Administrator at Northeastern University’s College of Computer and Information Science. He earned a BA in Business Management-Human Resources and a minor in Public Relations/Organizational Communication from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. Before joining Northeastern his career began in the recruiting industry. After spending the past year and a half in the central Human Resources Management office Ryan is excited to be joining the impressive and innovative CCIS team here at Northeastern.

What are the specifics of your educational/career background?

I am 2013 graduate of Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management-Human Resources and a minor in Public Relations/Organizational Communication. After starting my career in the recruiting industry, I have been working within Northeastern’s Human Resources Management Office as a Customer Service Representative for about the past year and a half.

What are the key aspects of your role at Northeastern? What do you enjoy most about what you do?

I will be responsible for the administrative and logistical support for all personnel operations within the college. This will include part-time faculty hiring, grant-funded hiring and renewals, student hiring and payments, and the hiring of non-student temporary employment. I will also report on and track faculty sabbaticals, leaves and promotions and submit final promotion and tenure dossiers to the Provost Office. What excites me most about this role is the opportunity to work with the College’s already impressive faculty and staff while also helping to attract and retain new talent to further the goals and objectives of the CCIS team.

What’s the most compelling thing to you about the work that goes on at CCIS?

What compels me most is the relevance of the academics and research being done in the College of Computer and Information Sciences. This work by our faculty and staff directly impacts us on a daily basis in fields such as cyber security, robotics, and artificial intelligence. What we are working on now will be the driving force of a technological world that is changing by the minute!

Where did you grow up or spend your most defining years?

I grew up in Cheshire, CT with most of my time being spent on the baseball diamond and basketball court. I was a two sport captain (baseball/basketball) so working with a team is where I thrive! In my free time you can find me at a rock concert or a professional sports game (let’s Go Mets!).