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Stories of Impact

John Martinson Gives $5 Million to Northeastern’s Honors Program

Venture capitalist and philanthropist John Martinson has donated $5 million to Northeastern’s honors program, which provides first-year students with unique experiential opportunities to learn both inside and outside the classroom. The newly named John Martinson Honors Program will support enhancing integration with the co-op program, and provide students with additional global experiential learning opportunities.

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Northeastern’s First Black Fraternity Celebrates 50 Years
Northeastern’s First Black Fraternity Celebrates 50 Years

Northeastern’s Iota Phi Theta’s Omicron chapter has a storied history of brotherhood, leadership, and activism. Founded in 1973, the university’s first Black fraternity continues giving back to the community in myriad ways, including delivering support to Black Northeastern students through the Brutus “Skip” Wright Scholarship, a fund backed partly by Iota members.

Making Room: Cristine Russell’s Mission to Empower Women in Science
Making Room: Cristine Russell’s Mission to Empower Women in Science

Cristine Russell, Mills’71, is a pioneer, celebrated journalist, and change agent who is creating opportunities for women in the male-dominated STEM space. To that end, she founded the Russell Women in Science Leadership Program to offer students from underrepresented groups access to science experts and speakers, as well as to provide an empowering mentoring network for students.