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Brothers hope new research club opens up world of opportunities to fellow students

9/23/21- BOSTON, MA - Students in the bioengineering measurement, experimentation, and statistics course, work on a lab assignment in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex on Sept. 23, 2021. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
A student's hand conducting a bioengineering test.

In April 2022, Dillon and Dominic Nishigaya were sitting in their dorm room on the Boston campus reflecting on their experiences at Northeastern. “We came to a point of realization that the work and research that we have done at Northeastern has propelled us into many situations that we never thought possible before joining,” Dillon says.  

The pair hope to shine a spotlight on the university’s research opportunities as co-presidents of Northeastern’s new Undergraduate Research Club. The goal of the club is to serve as a forum and resource for students who may be interested in learning about research opportunities at the university, but don’t know where to turn, the brothers say.

“We have a lot of students come up to us and ask us for guidance and ask how to get involved with research,” Dominic says. “By becoming informative leaders, we can advocate for those students.”

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