For Raj Narayan, the World Bank looks like the ideal employer. To land a job there someday, this undergraduate is studying both business and computer science. He’s also completed three co-ops and leads Northeastern’s Big Data Club.
Wanting to strengthen her global business acumen, Tatiana Lialina looked to Northeastern to learn how to expand her family’s business beyond its Russian roots. D’Amore-McKim stood out, she says, because of its reputation and flexible programs.
Professor Nada Sanders studies successful companies to pinpoint traits that have enabled them to thrive. Those most likely to endure, she says, exhibit characteristics of what she calls the ‘humachine’—a fusion of technological innovation and human talent.
A new Northeastern-Gallup poll shows that more than 70 percent of Americans believe automation will downsize workforces and eliminate jobs. Lifelong learning could be the answer. Raj Echambadi and Mark Bernfeld discuss these changes for News at Northeastern.
Graduate School of Professional Accounting Half-Day Homecoming
Join fellow alumni from the Graduate School of Professional Accounting for the Half-Day Homecoming celebration. Return to campus to reconnect with fellow alumni, meet current students, honor reunion classes, and learn how the school has grown since its founding in 1965.
Democracy in India: Achievements and Deficits
Don’t miss the Center for Emerging Markets’ 6th India Lecture featuring Ashutosh Varshney, Sol Goldman Professor of International Studies at Brown University.
Inaugural DATA Forum
Join a select group of thought leaders from industry and academia to explore how data and people can be effectively combined to enhance organizational change at the inaugural DATA Forum.
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Experience-driven learning. It’s the best way to master the critical skills—data, technological, and human—you’ll need to succeed in a world transformed by digital innovation.