How might President-Elect Donald Trump’s communication tactics change the future of presidential communication? One expert says, “Trump’s use of Twitter is more evolution than revolution. It’s his language that is revolutionary, and I suspect that language will permanently alter political communication styles.” We spoke with journalism and political science experts to find out more.
“If the president-elect really wants to prioritize energy independence and creating energy-related jobs,” says professor Jennie Stephens, a sustainability science and policy expert, “then advancing renewable energy is essential.”
Check out the amazing people, places, and events at Northeastern during the month of November as documented through the lenses of university photographers.
For many, reading about complex scientific research and innovation can be a daunting task. But the students behind NU Sci—Northeastern’s student-run science magazine—are working to change that.
Offices and departments across campus are organizing holiday drives for toys, books, and clothes to benefit local organizations in the communities surrounding Northeastern.
Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to repeal and replace President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law. But it’s unclear what his plan would entail. We asked Wendy Parmet, a leading expert in public health law, to weigh in on what healthcare might look like under President Trump, who on Monday appointed an outspoken ‘Obamacare’ critic to be his secretary of health and human services.
Feelings of fear “often have to do with uncertainty,” says Northeastern’s Lisa Feldman Barrett, “particularly uncertainty around whether something is alive or not.” Take a peek through her haunted house and learn more about the science of fear… if you dare.
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