Student Profile
Logan Jackson
Civil Engineering, College of Engineering


Logan Jackson, a civil engineer, became Northeastern’s first Rhodes Scholar in 2016. Logan conducted research in structural engineering throughout her time at Northeastern, and she sought to develop a fiber-optic sensor that would enable early detection of building collapse. In addition to her impressive academic and research work, she was involved on campus as the president of Northeastern’s chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers and in the Northeastern Symphony Orchestra. Logan pursued a master’s degree in evidence-based social intervention and education while at Oxford.

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