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The Dean's Corner series provides a first-person, informative narrative of exciting and important happenings at Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business. In this installment from Interim Dean Emery Trahan, he shares some important updates on the Dunton Family Dean search, programs happenings, and our 100th Anniversary celebration.

Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.

“Eventually, I want to hold a C-suite position where I can have a seat at the table to positively impact my community. Accounting is a company's backbone, so my degree will help me significantly in achieving my goals.” says Selah Malcoln, MS in Accounting/MBA'22

Undergraduate Degree: Business Administration and Psychology

“I wanted a fast-paced program that would offer me the quickest route to taking the CPA exam…I didn't see any other program offering networking with top accounting firms and a 15-month duration. So, for me, choosing D'Amore-McKim was a no-brainer.” says Patrick Gearin, MS in Accounting/MBA'22

Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor's degree in Economics

“Northeastern has allowed me to explore and achieve my highest potential. I attribute that success to the help and guidance I've received as a student.” says Meeta Chhabaria, MS in Finance'22

“Without having a formal education in the field, my knowledge was limited to my experiences. I wanted to learn more about marketing and earn a graduate certificate to provide myself access to more career opportunities in the future.” says Danielle Cochran, Graduate Certificate in Marketing'21

“The graduate certificate was the perfect mix of entrepreneurship and innovation coursework that helped me explore career paths while building the skills to grow my career at BCG.” says Jay Addo, Graduate Certificate in Entrepreneurship'21

“As I explored how to break into the field, it became clear that an MBA was what I was looking for — a diverse and multifaceted degree that would equip me with the necessary skills to be a consultant.” says Camille Super, MBA'22

“This experience showed me the true value of experiential learning; there's a significant difference between going to class and hearing about the passing of FDA approval versus being a part of it.” says Priscilla Colon, MBA'22