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February 11th, 2004

Northeastern allots $75m to add 100 professors

Northeastern University plans to spend $75 million to hire 100 new professors over the next five years in an effort to boost the academic standing of the former commuter school. Northeastern's hiring will focus on majors in which student demand is growing, including communications, business, and health science. It will also be used to beef up such graduate programs as business, engineering, and computer science. Professors will be added in four key research areas, said Freeland: biotechnology, nanotechnology, sensing and imaging, and urban policy.


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