Research Team RH

I rely on the amazing assistance of Northeastern University students, both undergraduates and graduate students.  We work as a Research Team on projects involving global market regulation in telecommunications and nanotechnology.  Students help me with my research, from tracking down obscure journal articles to running statistical regressions, to editing the page-proofs of my recent book.  Each student gets to choose an individual focus, and this semester each student researched European responses to the financial crisis, with the specific countries of France, Spain, Germany, UK, Iceland, and Greece.  We presented our findings in research posters at the Northeastern University Research, Innovation and Science Exposition.  Go Team RH!

2014-2015

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Carolina Mattson, Grad

 

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Cori Austin

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Sara Sheridan

Fall 2013

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Leah Campbell: Northeastern University Class of ’14

Chelsea Mattioda Northeastern University Class of ’15

Ian McManus: Northeastern University

Phd Candidate

Spring 2013

photo (3) photo (4)Rachel Lake: Northeastern University Class of ’15

Alec Walecki: Northeastern University Class of ’16

Ian McManus: Northeastern University   Phd Candidate

Janelle Peiczarka: Northeastern University Class of ’13

Fall 2012

DSC01549Rachel Lake: Northeastern University Class of ’15 (Left)

Alec Walecki: Northeastern University Class of ’16 (Center)

Bisera Bosinoska: Northeastern University Class of ’12 (Right)

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