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Diversity & Inclusion at Northeastern University

This portal was created to share the broad range of diversity and inclusion-related efforts integrated throughout the learning and living experience at Northeastern University.

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Student Life

Northeastern seeks to harness the power of diversity, strengthening student communities through a focus on learning experiences around the world and a commitment to a diverse, inclusive, and engaged culture.

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Academics & Faculty

Northeastern is committed to ensuring that its faculty closely reflect the diversity of society and embrace diverse scholarly viewpoints.

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Workplace Diversity

Northeastern is committed to growing as a magnet for highly accomplished professionals from all cultures and backgrounds, including underrepresented groups.

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Community Engagement

Northeastern aims to be a national model for community engagement in the neighborhoods surrounding our campuses as well as in cities and regions around the world.

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Thematic Efforts

Browse or search by various thematic efforts at Northeastern

News & Events

News and Events from around the Northeastern community

A Tribute to the Dream: Expressions of race and identity in society

A Tribute to the Dream: Expressions of race and identity in society

Martin Luther King Jr. famously said, “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” It’s a sentiment about hope, about meeting adversity with compassion. And it’s how Northeastern journalism professor Dan Lothian—former CNN Boston bureau chief and White House correspondent—opened a wide-ranging conversation … Continued Read More

Drawn to exploration: New exhibit, talk by international artist Shantell Martin

Drawn to exploration: New exhibit, talk by international artist Shantell Martin

“Who are you at the core? That’s something we all struggle to figure out,” she said. For Martin, however, figuring it out doesn’t mean putting herself in a box. Martin is a queer artist of color, raised in working-class London, though those descriptions are far too narrow. “I see those as boxes,” she said. “Yes, we … Continued Read More

The edge of humanity

The edge of humanity

“I grew up in a refugee camp and will die in a refugee camp.” Those are powerful words for an undergraduate to hear during her first foray into in-person research. Maisam Alahmed, SSH’16, heard them from a man named Mahmoud in Jordan’s CyberCity refugee camp, an abandoned cluster of industrial buildings surrounded by miles of … Continued Read More

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