20 Apr

Health Equity Interns Receive Huntington 100 Awards

Five current and former Health Equity Interns were selected into the Huntington 100 for 2022. Recipients are nominated for their positive impact on the campus community, demonstrated record of service, high global engagement in the form of international co-op, study abroad, or other experiential learning outside the United States, demonstrated leadership, an innovative spirit, and embodiment […]

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14 Feb

Student Researchers Receive PEAK Awards for Spring 2022

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30 Nov

NU-PEL Co-hosts Virtual Event with the GBEN

The Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) and the Greater Boston Evaluation Network (GBEN) co-hosted a virtual event as a part of the Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE) series. The full event session can be watched here.

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25 Nov

Dr. Beth Molnar Interviewed by NBC10 Boston

Dr. Beth Molnar, Director of the Violence Prevention and Trauma Studies Team here at the Institute, was recently interviewed by NBC10 regarding the death of 5-year-old Elijah Lewis. The full story can be seen here.

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20 Sep

SGAs Receive Grants to Move Forward Their Doctoral Dissertations

PhD student Lorraine Lacroix-Williamson has been named a Fellow of the Fostering Diversity in HIV Research program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. This research training program is supported by an R25 grant from the National Institutes of Health. It is designed to assist underrepresented minority trainees in medicine […]

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4 Aug

Childcare is a Business Issue? Harvard Business Review Article

Director of the Institute, Alisa Lincoln, along with Northeastern faculty Alicia Modestino, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs,  and Jamie Ladge, Associate Professor of Management recently had an article, Childcare Is a Business Issue, featured in the Harvard Business Review. The article explores childcare as a shared business issue rather than an individual family issue and […]

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4 Aug

New Publication From Faculty Scholar Dani Snyder-Young

Faculty scholar, Dr. Dani Snyder Young, Assistant Professor of Theater College of Arts, Media, and Design, recently published a paper titled, Recovery capital and collaborative theatre making: how actors in recovery from substance addiction value their participation in addiction prevention plays. The paper focuses on identifying benefits that those recovering from substance abuse can gain by participating in theater-based support programs like Improbable Players. It also recognizes the four key […]

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2 Aug

Recent Publication from Affiliated Faculty Wallis Adams and Director Alisa Lincoln

Wallis Adams (IHESJR Affiliated Faculty) and Alisa Lincoln’s (Director of IHESJR) article, “Barriers to and Facilitators of Implementing Peer Support Services for Criminal Justice–Involved Individuals”, was recently published in Psychiatric Services. It is a qualitative study exploring factors associated with the adoption, implementation and maintenance of community-based peer support services for justice-involved individuals, also known […]

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28 Jul

Former HEI Sophie Wiltshire Featured in Online Florida Paper

Sophie Wiltshire is a recent Bouvé​ College of Health Sciences’ graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science. She was recently feature​d in St. Pete Catalyst, a local Florida news platform. During her time as an undergraduate student​at Northeastern University, Sophie had the opportunity to intern at Daystar Life Center which is dedicated […]

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2 Jun

Recent Publications from Faculty Scholars Chiehl Li & Bilge Erten

Faculty scholar Chiehl Li published a special issue on promoting social justice, titled Advancing social justice for English learners: Implications for school psychology training. This work addressed inequity of education of children who do not speak English fluently and how lack of multicultural training of educators and school psychologists contribute to the problems. The work […]

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2 Jun

2022 Tier 1 Awards

Several of our Bouvé faculty members and IHESJR affiliates were selected to receive 2022 TIER 1 Awards.     “TIER 1 Seed Grant/Proof of Concept Program awards are supported by the Colleges and the Senior Vice Provost for Research. This competitive program makes grants of up to $50,000 to support and encourage individual faculty members to […]

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2 Jun

Dr. Alisa Lincoln, Kaleem Ahmid and HEIs Tyreke Gaston and Samhita Koduri Receive RISE Award

Dr. Alisa Lincoln, Kaleem Ahmid and HEIs Tyreke Gaston and Samhita Koduri won the RISE Focus Award for Ethically Informed research.  “Ethically Informed Research Awards recognize RISE presentations that best incorporate attention to ethical considerations in research design and implementation, for example by addressing a significant ethical challenge, using value-sensitive project design, or demonstrating designing […]

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2 Jun

IHESJR Students Receive Huntington 100 Awards

The following IHESJR affiliated students had a positive impact on the campus community, demonstrated record of service, had high global engagement in the form of international co-op, study abroad, or other experiential learning outside the United States, demonstrated leadership, have an innovative spirit and embody the mission, ideals, and values of Northeastern. IHESJR Capstone student […]

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2 Jun

Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) Selected for MetroWest Health Foundation Project

The MetroWest Health Foundation has selected the Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) to lead a comprehensive evaluation project to understand and improve upon the current public health infrastructure in MetroWest. This evaluation project will take place from April to December 2021. The NU-PEL research team consists of Drs. Tiana Yom, Laura Senier, and Alisa […]

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2 Jun

Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) and the Greater Boston Evaluation Network (GEBN) Virtual Event Recap

The Northeastern University Public Evaluation Lab (NU-PEL) and the Greater Boston Evaluation Network (GEBN) co-hosted a virtual event to continue their Culturally Responsive Evaluation (CRE) series. To embed diversity, equity, and inclusion in evaluation and assessment practices, there is an increasing need to focus on the role of culture, on Tuesday, April 6th from 10-11:30am […]

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26 May

LAUNCH/MYCHILD Model Practice Receives Innovation Hub Award 

The LAUNCH/MYCHILD Model Practice, recently received an Innovation Hub Award for being the highest scoring Best Practice submission for this past year from the Association of Maternal and Child Health Programs (AMCHP) at their annual conference. It was officially included in the AMCHP Innovation Station Database as a Best Practice as of June, 2020.  Dr. Beth […]

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