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Submissions from 2011

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2011-01-03: A fair wind is blowing for these Huskies, Kara Shemin

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2011-01-04: Brain biology may dictate social networks, Kara Shemin

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2011-01-05: A passion for the deal, Jason Kornwitz

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2011-01-06: A cellular roadmap for medical researchers, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-07: A government steps back into darkness, Kara Shemin

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2011-01-07: For professor and composer, a musical breakthrough, Kara Shemin

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2011-01-10: Alumnus named to new post with Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-10: Chilling impact on vaccine-autism research, University Communications and Public Relations

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2011-01-12: A step forward in arthritis prevention, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-13: Examining cultural change in street art, Lauren McFalls

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2011-01-14: Human sciences as relevant now as in the past, University Communications and Public Relations

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2011-01-14: Positive change can be child’s play, Jason Kornwitz

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2011-01-14: Since the JFK assassination, an ever-shifting balance between security and openness, University Communications and Public Relations

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2011-01-18: Students walk path of service on King Day, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-19: Profiling the “First Lady of Song”, Jason Kornwitz

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2011-01-19: Strive to be voices rather than echoes, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-20: Revitalizing a building and a student culture, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-21: As dying changes, so does grieving, Samantha Fodrowski

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2011-01-21: Smarter rules for the Smart Grid, Kara Shemin

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2011-01-24: Torchilin among most-cited world scientists, Jason Kornwitz

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2011-01-26: Northeastern gains international recognition for global program, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-26: Ralph Martin appointed senior vice president and general counsel, University Communications and Public Relations

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2011-01-28: Undergraduates design clean, green heating machine, Greg St. Martin

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2011-01-31: 3Qs: Sullivan urges United States to side with Arab people, not dictators, University Communications and Public Relations

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2011-01-31: After Peru, it’s can-do, Jason Kornwitz

Submissions from 2010

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2010-01-04: Making a book that heals, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-05: A breakthrough in addiction treatment, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-01-05: Resolving conflicts overseas, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-06: CBA is on the move, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-07: Northeastern rising Down Under, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-08: Ensuring pharmaceutical quality, Samantha Fodrowski

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2010-01-08: Frozen Fenway, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-11: Advancing global learning, Lauren McFalls

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2010-01-12: Law School lands grant for human rights scholarship, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-13: Happy or unhappy, the customer is always right, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-14: Q&A: The strategy and the pitfalls of linking a brand with a celebrity, Samantha Fodrowski

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2010-01-15: Succeeding at squash—and life, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-15: With unity, comes hope, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-18: Dream about the unprecedented future, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-18: Q&A: A historic election hangs in the balance, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-19: Keeping the dream alive, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-20: Making the case to reform U.S. workplace polices, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-21: Student turns teacher overseas, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-22: 10 Plus 1, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-25: Design, outside the box, Lauren McFalls

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2010-01-26: Young and published, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-01-27: At Faculty Senate, Provost Underscores Co-op Flexibility, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-01-27: Q&A: Leading an in-depth effort to prevent terrorism, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-01-28: Images in a flash, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-02-01: Jews and China: A wisp of historical thread, Samantha Fodrowski

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2010-02-02: A higher technology role, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-03: Back-to-school day, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-02-04: Delivering drugs on time and on target, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-02-05: Huskies get new women’s soccer coach, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-02-08: Changing the way we live, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-02-09: Inspired by the law’s power to create, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-10: Researcher finds “network privacy” an online oxymoron, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-11: A wives' tale, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-12: Career fair attracts thousands, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-12: Let the Games begin, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-16: Being safe in cyber world, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-02-17: Breakthrough technology for testing Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s drugs, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-02-18: Beacon Hill bound, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-19: Human behavior is 93 percent predictable, research shows, Renata Nyul

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2010-02-22: Three Seas offers immersion in marine research, Samantha Fodrowski

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2010-02-23: Learning sustainability from the rainforest, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-02-24: Breakthrough in tracking a cause of chronic infections, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-02-25: Advancing the Olympic spirit year around, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-03-01: Hope for Haiti, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-02: The write stuff, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-04: Northeastern's coolest co-ops, from Fenway Park to the Ecuadorian Amazon, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-05: Art appreciation, or becoming a "guerrilla curator", Samantha Fodrowski

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2010-03-05: Unlocking the mysteries of crack formation, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-03-08: Tiny antennas with big potential, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-03-09: Northeastern recognized for international initiatives, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-03-10: Design for a global future, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-11: Drug-delivery research shows early promise, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-03-12: Experiential learning on seven continents, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-15: Increasing commitment to serve, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-03-15: The science behind earthquakes, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-03-16: The battle of the Huskies, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-17: Worth a thousand words, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-18: It’s March: Madness time in Las Vegas, Greg St. Martin

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2010-03-18: Virtual nurse technology on path to commercial use, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-03-19: A global co-op, and a change of plans, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-22: Labor shortage looms in next decade, Renata Nyul

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2010-03-22: May commencement speakers announced, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-03-23: A different spring break for PT students, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-25: Nanotechnology under the microscope, Samantha Fodrowski

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2010-03-25: University Budget Numbers Presented to Faculty and Student Leaders, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-03-26: Discovery on the path to new antibiotics, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-03-29: Community social processes impact justice, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-03-30: New link in “Chain of Change”, Greg St. Martin

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2010-03-31: Grant to research child’s play, University Communications and Public Relations

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2010-04-01: A healthy calling to serve community, Jenny Eriksen

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2010-04-02: A clinic on the national health care bill, Greg St. Martin

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2010-04-05: Computer science professor wins education award, Greg St. Martin

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2010-04-05: Humanities faculty win fellowships, Greg St. Martin

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2010-04-06: Discovering a passion for healing the poor, Jason Kornwitz

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2010-04-07: And the award goes to…, Samantha Fodrowski