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Fast-rising NU reexamines its identity

Focus on bedrock co-op program

Northeastern president Joseph Aoun called its noted co-op program ''the signature of the place.'' Northeastern president Joseph Aoun called its noted co-op program ''the signature of the place.'' (BILL GREENE /GLOBE STAFF/FILE 2007)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / April 6, 2009

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Its average SAT scores are surging toward 1,300. Only three private universities in the country receive more applications. And its renowned co-op program now falls under the loftier category of "experiential learning." (Full article: 1049 words)

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