Logan C. Jackson, a senior engineering major, was named a Rhodes Scholar last week. She is the first Rhodes Scholar from Northeastern. We are proud that Logan has played as violist in the Northeastern University Symphony Orchestra.
Logan C. Jackson, is a senior at Northeastern University, where she concentrates in structural engineering. She has earned a perfect academic average while doing considerable research relating to the detection of structural collapse, and has done cooperative education work with some of the world’s leading construction firms. Logan is President of the Northeastern chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, and a former violist in her university’s symphony orchestra. She has also been a leader in community services relating to local refugees in Kentucky, low-income housing and employment, tutoring and mentoring. Logan is Northeastern’s first Rhodes Scholar. At Oxford, she will do the M.Sc. in Evidence-based Social Intervention and Policy, and the M.Sc. in Education.