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Course Learning Outcomes from Economics classes can be found at:

https://cssh.northeastern.edu/economics/?page_id=11888

Additional courses will be added as more information is provided.

Fall 2024 – TBD 

We ask that faculty as a rule not to schedule activities on other Mondays and also on Thursdays from 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm and reserve for Economic Department matters.

 

Please use this form to tell us about your recent accomplishments, such as publications, grant awards, fellowships, etc.

Faculty with questions about their teaching schedule  should contact Professor Robert Triest.

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Note that students cannot be required by instructors to provide medical documentation.

Effective Fall 2023, the period for clearing an incomplete grade is restricted to a maximum of 30 days from the end of the term in which the course was offered. For the student’s protection, the precise arrangements for the clearance of an incomplete grade should be specified on the Incomplete-Grade Contract form. This form is signed by the instructor, the student, and the student’s advisor. Copies of the form are kept by the student, the instructor, and uploaded to the student’s advising notes. The instructor will grant the I grade at the time final grades are submitted. If the missing assignment(s) have not been submitted to the instructor within 30 days from the end of the term in which the course was offered, or the agreed upon due date, the grade entered will reflect the student’s grade in the course for the work completed and the missing assignments receiving no credit toward the final grade.”

Incomplete Grade Submission Instructions

The Department of Economics does not proctor exams for students with Disability Resource Center (DRC) accommodations.  The DRC provides the following information on testing accommodations:
Testing Accommodations

For students with the reduced distraction or private room accommodations, testing rooms can be reserved through the DRC one week before an exam or two weeks before a final exam:

  • Visit your DRC Portal and create a new request using the drop-down menu.
  • Select “Room Reserve” from the drop-down list to submit course information.
  • Include any extended time in your reservation as well as any technology you may need.
  • Confirm with your professor that they received the notification and have submitted an exam accommodation form to our office. Keep track of your email confirmation for test day.

Please note: Online or take-home exams lasting longer than 24 hours are not eligible for extended time.

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Roxanne Palmatier is the Economics librarian.

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  • Roxanne Palmatier (she/her)
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The Employee Hub is available via web browser. Access it from any device by going to me.northeastern.edu and signing in with employee credentials.

 

Email: facilitiescustomerservice@northeastern.edu
Telephone: (617) 373-2754

or online by:

Visit the Employee Hub at me.northeastern.edu and go to the “Resources” tab Select “Campus, Spaces & Events” Select “Facilities & Residential Life Work Request” from the available options and fill out the form to the best of your ability,

Classroom FAQs

The link providing information regarding these spaces is Global Learning Spaces | Academic Technologies (northeastern.edu)

You can view your classroom and the technology/equipment available within it by visiting https://classroom.neu.edu/.

Email ITS from the classroom at: classroomitsupport@northeastern.edu

and/or Call the ITS Service Desk at 617.373.4357

For more information about academic ITS services and support, please visit https://www.academictechnologies.northeastern.edu/support/

 

 

Please direct students to the Main Office at 301 Lake Hall or via email EconAdmin@northeastern.edu for further assistance. Please note that per departmental policy, we cannot overload any classes.

To determine the classroom in which your course will be held:

  1. Log into Banner (SSB) from the Employee Hub
  2. Click on the “Faculty” link
  3. Click on “Summary Class List”
  4. Select the current academic term
  5. Select your course from the drop-down menu or enter the CRN directly
  6. Click the course title link
  7. Find your course section and you will see your classroom location under “Where” in the course details

You can view your classroom and the technology/equipment available within it by visiting https://classroom.neu.edu/.

If you must be absent from your on-campus class meeting due to an emergency, please notify all students via email as soon as possible. Please also notify the Main Office by calling (617) 373-2882 or emailing EconAdmin@northeastern.edu

Please submit special room requests via the Academic Classroom Scheduling link located under “Campus Space & Events” within the “Resources” tab in the Employee Hub portal.

If you are experiencing issues with classroom layout, furniture, location, etc, please contact the Main Office 301 Lake at (617) 373-2882 or reach out to one to one of the staff members for further assistance. Please note that changing classrooms is not guaranteed due to limited space availability; we recommend contacting us as early as possible about any potential issues.

Grading – (please note the new policies)

Please click here for detailed instructions from the Registrar on faculty grade submission.

Please consult the Registrar’s academic calendar for grade submission deadlines.

!Please consult the Incomplete Grades page of the Registrar website for policy information as well as the Incomplete Grade Contract. This is a new policy effective Fall 2023.

 

The period for clearing an incomplete grade is restricted to a maximum of 30 days from the end of the term in which the course was offered. 

Please consult the Incomplete Grades page of the Registrar website for policy information as well as the Incomplete Grade Contract. 

 Online Faculty Grade Change Form

Faculty can use the online Faculty Grade Change Form when the primary instructor of the course needs to change the final grade for a student on their roster.

When submitting missing grades after the deadline for the current or past terms, the Faculty Grade Entry page should be used.

Before you get started, you will need the student’s NUID, the course information, and the updated final grade. The student’s NUID can be found on the Faculty Grade Entry page as well as the Summary Class List on Banner Self-Service (SSB).

Log into the Employee Hub (me.northeastern.edu), go to Resources, select Academic Resources & Services, select Faculty Grade Change Form.

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