Join us at Grad School Discovery Day!

Join us at the Roux Institute on July 13th to learn more about what it means to be a Northeastern University graduate student here in Portland, ME.

Take a tour of our water-front campus, speak with our leadership, participate in Q&A sessions with members of our different programs, learn how our experiential learning model allows students to do hands-on work for Maine organizations while they learn, and more.

We offer on-the-spot admissions opportunities for the Analytics and Project Management graduate programs, so this is your chance to expedite your application and admissions process for in-demand master’s and certificate programs.

Lunch is provided, and the day ends with a social mixer so you can get to know your fellow grad students and the Roux faculty and staff!

Roux Analytics Graduate Uses Data to Tell Stories that Shape Maine Policy

For Abby Bridgers, a recent graduate from the Roux analytics master’s program and current analyst for Maine’s Department of Health and Human Services, statistics can transform into a language of empathy and change, where data can tell powerful, human stories.

How One Roux Data Analytics Graduate Created Her Ideal Career

When Courtney Bloniasz began her Master of Professional Studies in Analytics at Northeastern’s Roux Institute, she started to envision her ideal job – one that combined her passion for mission-based work with the storytelling and strategic visualization capabilities of data analytics. The problem was, a job like that didn’t exist in her current organization.

Bloniasz’s solution? She created it.

Northeastern University’s Roux Institute:
An Opportunity Engine in Maine

We’re building a talent pipeline and driving innovation
at the intersection of tech, data, and the advanced life sciences.

Fueling the Future of Maine

Highly skilled talent is attracted to the opportunities being created in Maine. The impact of Nandita Gurwara, a computer science student and co-op with New England Marine Monitoring, shows how co-op not only helps employers build their talent pipeline but also reels in skilled employees Maine needs to accelerate economic growth.

Design Your Career Path

Computer Science graduate student Kris Barnes has followed his passion for computer science to build a rewarding new career.

Become an Agile Problem-Solver

Roux Institute Professor Aileen Huang-Saad teaches students to be creative self-starters who can solve problems.

Build a Tech-Savvy Team

L.L.Bean President and CEO Steve Smith turned to the Roux Institute to help enhance his employees’ data-fluency.

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