Bouvé students and faculty have access to cutting-edge facilities that encourage interdisciplinary, cooperative, and experiential learning. Explore some of the key classroom, laboratory, and simulation spaces on our vibrant campus where you will spend time learning, sharing ideas with faculty and each other, refining your skills, and discovering your passions.
The Behrakis Health Sciences Center
As a pharmaceutical alumnus, George Behrakis, P’57, Hon. ’98, and wife, Margo, have created a lasting legacy in the stunning Behrakis Health Sciences Center. An iconic piece to the Northeastern campus, each floor is as diverse as the Bouvé experience. From state-of-the-art lecture halls, amphitheater, classrooms, laboratories and simulation centers, the Schools of Health Professions, Nursing, and Pharmacy are housed under one roof.
The Arnold S. Goldstein Simulation Laboratory
Some days it’s a dorm room. On another day, it might be a hospital room, a physical therapy clinic, an operating room, or even a location in a private home. The Arnold S. Goldstein Simulation Labs change environments daily to reflect real-world settings with increasing complexities. Students are immersed in hands-on challenges, learning to work in interdisciplinary teams, as they will in their careers. Using video-capture technology, simulation labs, debriefing rooms, high-tech patient simulators, and patient actors, students translate theoretical concepts to real skills and behaviors. The simulation suite is named for the late Arnold S. Goldstein, P’61, PhD’90, former dean, professor, lawyer, and author at Northeastern’s Bouvé College. LEARN MORE »
Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC)
As the nucleus of Northeastern’s research enterprise, ISEC is a state-of-the-art hub for collaborative research and innovation. This award-winning building dissolves the lines among disciplines, bringing together Northeastern scientists and engineers with colleagues in academia, industry, and government to solve global challenges. ISEC is also a resource for community youth aspiring for futures in science in what the Boston Globe has deemed a “five-star piece of architecture.”
140 The Fenway
The past, present, and future come together in more ways than one at The Fenway. Its historical marbled hallways are home for the School of Pharmacy’s full spectrum of study, bridging “mortar and pestle” to complex, high-impact pharmaceutical sciences. The storied exterior dating back to the 18th century surrounds administrative offices and state-of-the-art laboratories.