Twenty Northeastern students have been named recipients of a global fellowship program through which they and hundreds of other students worldwide will develop leadership skills while tackling projects focused on addressing society’s greatest challenges, including climate change, poverty, and education.
The 2018 Millennium Fellows were announced Wednesday. The fellowship is a semester-long leadership development program that is the result of a partnership between the Millennium Campus Network and the United Nations Academic Impact initiative.
Northeastern’s Social Impact Lab will work closely with the university’s Millennium Fellows to provide workshops and events that align with their goals and the fellowship’s mission.
Special congratulations to the two Human Services majors Margaret Lytte and Miranda Martone.
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