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Experience personified: McKim shares the ups and downs of leadership with graduate business students
Alan McKim, MBA'88 and D'Amore-McKim School of Business namesake, offers honest advice to first-year students in the Full-Time MBA Career Management class.
President Aoun joins students on the Oakland campus to kick off a new Experiential Entrepreneurship program
Students on Northeastern's Oakland campus had their calendars cleared for a two-day Experiential Entrepreneurship program that gave them the opportunity to explore potential careers where they can make a big impact.
Northeastern students in Israel during Hamas attack safely evacuated with help of university global security team
The three Northeastern students in Israel when Hamas launched a surprise attack have been safely evacuated.
The music of Josh Irish, aka Heath240, has ‘shot through the roof' with his new blend of hip-hop and indie rock
Josh Irish, DMSB'19, unexpectedly began his music career during the COVID-19 pandemic, gaining recognition for his genre-blending music. His experiences at D'Amore-McKim allowed him to hone his business and marketing skills, which have proven invaluable at the negotiating table with music executives.
On Northeastern's 125th birthday, woman innovators gathered to celebrate their work and build community amongst women entrepreneurs.
Northeastern will ‘change the world.' Founders Day an opportunity to reflect on the past, look ahead to the next 125 years
For Northeastern's 125th birthday all 13 global campuses celebrated in a grand fashion.
‘Get a Google co-op,' ‘Have fun,' ‘Push hard.' Northeastern students pen wishes to their future selves and university's next 125 years
A Founders Day mural invites students to share their aspirations for themselves and the university.
The Tea Shop at Northeastern's Oakland campus will start brewing Equator coffee, a certified B Corp co-founded by Helen Russell, DMSB'88. “We are a great fit for Northeastern because we prove that business can be a force for good,” Russell says.
Gary J. Young says that the full body MRI trend is not just about the astronomical costs to individuals but about the additional strain on a system that already relies too heavily on imaging and not enough on preventative measures.