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The following are some of the many resources available to you as a student of Northeastern

International Affairs Resources

Department Info
225P Renaissance Park

Professor Berna Turam

Undergraduate Program Director and Faculty Advisor
Professor Ioannis Livanis

Faculty Advisor
Professor Panagoula (Youly) Diamanti-Karanou

Program Coordinator
Julie Boudoukara
225P Renaissance Park

Located in 180 Renaissance Park, the Office of Student Academic Affairs is a central place where undergraduate students in CSSH can go with all academic questions. This office is a good first place to go for any kind of academic concern.

Academic advisors provide general guidance on academic matters and assist students in their progress from orientation through graduation. Located in each academic department, Undergraduate Program Advisors mentor students and function as the student’s main connection with the major.

The CSSH Office of Student Academic Affairs is committed to providing students with the assistance they need to attain academic success.

Academic Advisors
Stefani Anderson (A-P)

Heather (Cullen) Stellberger (Q-Z)

For more information on the International Affairs Major, please go to IAF Course requirements and plan of study

Visit the international affairs co-op website to learn about co-op information specific to the international affairs major, such as a listing of your co-op advisors, sites where former students have completed co-op assignments, and descriptions of the co-op experience by international affairs majors.

Co-op Coordinators:

Joani Lamachia
180 Renaissance Park

Jonathan Andrew
180 Renaissance Park

Rebecca Westerling
180 Renaissance Park

Northeastern University Campus Resources

Visit the Registrar’s webpage to access the most current schedule of classes and course descriptions.

Connecting to myNortheastern provides access to Northeastern University’s online community and portal, allowing you to view your unofficial transcript, degree audit, and learn more about the university.

The Office of Career Services is a great resource for Northeastern students looking for information about job skills, resume development, and successful interviewing techniques.

For additional resources throughout CSSH, please see the College of Social Sciences and Humanities Resources tab