Faculty Insights

Northeastern is committed to creating a learning environment which is led by faculty who share their real-world experience with students. Meeting students where they are is a key factor in our experiential learning model. Here, we’ve compiled articles, tips, and how-to guides from Northeastern faculty to showcase their knowledge and expertise that extends well beyond the walls of the classroom.

June 15, 2016

Master’s Degree Comparison: Sports Leadership vs. Sports Management

What's the difference between sports leadership and sports management? Northeastern associate teaching professor Robert Prior breaks it down.


June 11, 2016

5 Leadership Skills to Learn from NFL Coaches

Robert M. Prior, EdD, a faculty member in the MS in Sports Leadership and MS in Leadership programs, shares five leadership lessons professionals can learn from successful NFL coaches.


June 8, 2016

Faculty Insights: What Do Employers Look for in a New Candidate?

How do you get the attention of a hiring manager in your search for a new job? Learn more from Northeastern Assistant Teaching Professor Patty Goodman.


May 24, 2016

5 Practices of Exemplary Leaders

How can the "Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership" apply to every kind of leader? Assistant Teaching Professor Teresa Goode explains.


April 19, 2016

4 Ways to Stay Competitive in Regulatory Affairs

In an industry where the only constant is change, you need to stay ahead of the curve so you can best anticipate what's coming down the line. But how, exactly?