Spotlights

Charlotte Fall

Charlotte Fall is a second year Human Services and International Affairs major and minoring in Global Social Entrepreneurship and Business Administration. She is the current co-president of SEISA. Charlotte attended SEI’s alternative spring break trip to the Dominican Republic working with Haitian refugees, as well as a Dialogue of Civilization to India this past summer to…
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Morgan Steiner

Morgan Steiner, a second year Human Services major, was recently featured in the S-LOG speaking on her service at Massachusetts Children’s Alliance, (MACA). She writes about her work in a group developing a Strategic Communications Plan to help MACA reach their SMART goal, as well as the myriad successes, and some obstacles they faced. Read the…
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Kate Marple

Kate Marple, a Human Services program alum and current lecturer, continues her passion outside of the classroom to help nonprofits partner with clients and communities to tell their own stories. Through her project “Who Tells the Story,” she does just that. With the assistance of various nonprofit organizations, Kate has created a dialogue to discuss how those stories are…
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Martha Durkee-Neuman

Martha Durkee-Neuman was honored because of her outstanding achievements in impact on the campus community, service, global engagement, leadership, innovative spirit, and commitment to the ideals and values of Northeastern.

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Allegra Mangione

Allegra Mangione was honored because of her outstanding achievements in impact on the campus community, service, global engagement, leadership, innovative spirit, and commitment to the ideals and values of Northeast..
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Human Services at Clinton Global Initiative University

We are deeply proud that the Human Services students were so well represented at the Clinton Global Initiative University this past weekend. Here are just a few examples of our team’s contribution to the ideas and lessons exchanged over the weekend: Dayna Altman created a documentary about healing from sexual violence. Vanessa Cohen created a self-explanatory kit…
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HS Dialogue makes impact in London

We are so proud to be included in the Annual Report for Lambeth and Southward Mencap, our community partner for the London Dialogue of Civilizations.            

E.M. Kennedy Institute Tribute

Photo from the Edward M. Kennedy Institute’s 20147 Anual Dinner that was a tribute to Secretary John Kerry “[a] poignant reminder that public service is about putting country before power.” Rebecca Riccio, Social Impact Lab. Photo credit Northeastern University Government Relations.