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Assistant Professor Silvia Dominguez Talks About her Work “Stopping Rape as an Object of War”

Silvia Dominguez, assistant professor of sociology at Northeastern University, recently visited Liberia to help develop a national mental health policy related to SGBV. ..
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Published On: July 29, 2009 | Tags: ,,,,,
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Citizen of Boston/Student at Northeastern: Joseph Bordieri “Now I want to give back”

Coaching wrestling at Boston Latin School, Joseph Bordieri admits, “its not your traditional community service.”..
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Published On: April 10, 2009 | Tags: ,,,,,,,
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Track ‘ Field: Track effort solid in Beantown

The men’s track and field team came home victorious from the Boston Indoor Reebok Games at the Reggie Lewis Center Friday. The Huskies earned a commanding 118 points to defeat the competition, which included runner-up Massachusetts…
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Published On: February 1, 2009 | Tags: ,,
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Northeastern University Programs Receive Grant to Educate Future Generation of Philanthropists

Boston – September 10, 2008 – Northeastern University’s Human Services Program, in collaboration with the university’s Center of Community Services, were selected by Campus Compact and the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund to participate in the 2008-2009 academic year’s Students4Giving program…
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Published On: September 10, 2008 | Tags: ,
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World Class: A Summer in Benin

Chris McCarthy, a rising sophomore at Northeastern University, spent his summer on a service-oriented educational trip in Bénin, that small French-speaking West African country located between even smaller Togo and Nigeria. ..
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Published On: September 7, 2008 | Tags: ,,,
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Northeastern University Global Dialogue Program to Expand to India

Boston, Mass. – Beginning in the spring semester of 2009, Northeastern University students in the International Affairs and Human Services programs will have the chance to participate in a ground-breaking global studies program in India…
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Published On: September 2, 2008 | Tags: ,,,
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Voice of Experience

A Stride Rite Scholar, Barbara Civill began with the Hyde Square Task Force (HSTF) in July 2006 for a co-op job in community service. She’d never worked with young kids before…
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Published On: March 28, 2008 | Tags: ,
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Middleboro’s Josh Porter, a member of the Northeastern University baseball team, shares experiences playing against the Boston Red Sox

Josh Porter can’t hit a Josh Beckett fastball. Nor can he hit a Tim Wakefield knuckleball. And two weeks ago he couldn’t put a bat on anything BoSox prospect Justin Masterson served up. But at least he had the chance to take a few swings. As a fifth-year senior with the Northeastern University baseball team,…
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Published On: March 16, 2008 | Tags: ,,,
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Co-op Corner: Maria Graceffa

Maria Graceffa fuels change. At Bay State Community Service’s Granite House, a residential treatment facility in Quincy, Mass., for adolescent mental health patients, Graceffa devised program-specific treatment plans, counsels patients during emotional crises and runs a psychological education group for 14 to 18-year-olds on building healthy relationships, nutrition and medication education…
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Published On: November 27, 2007 | Tags: ,
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NU Professor Receives NIH Award to Research Health Disparities Among Minority Families

Northeastern University Assistant Professor of Sociology and Human Services, Silvia Domínguez, has received the Health Disparities Research Loan Repayment (RLP) Award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)…
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Published On: September 4, 2007 | Tags: ,
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