Fall 2022 Cycle: Winners

The Center for Emerging Markets is supported by a generous gift from Venkat and Pratima Srinivasan that allows Undergraduate and Graduate students enrolled in full-time programs at Northeastern University to conduct research, organize a conference, explore a startup idea, participate in a service project, or pursue another innovative project that addresses pressing problems in emerging markets.  

Start-up: Making banking more accessible in rural Africa

Thomas Kojo Addaquay, College of Engineering

Creating a digital platform to make financing accessible to smallholder rural farmers in Ghana

Conference: Shedding light on pandemics and Emerging Markets as important aspects of managing global health

Shelley Jeon, Bouvé College of Health Sciences
Brinly Meelia, Bouvé College of Health Sciences

Hosting the 2023 Northeastern University's Global Health Initiative annual conference with a special focus on emerging markets

Start-up: Signaling risk to the safety and efficacy of temperature-sensitive medications and vaccines

Benjamin Dottinger, Bouvé College of Health Sciences
Theodora Christopher, College of Science

Using technology to monitor the temperature of medications and vaccines, including in emerging markets

Case Competition: Host an emerging markets-themed International Business Case Competition

Adam Burroughs, D'Amore-McKim School of Business
Blake Masterson, D'Amore-McKim School of Business
Mithilesh Tulsian, D'Amore-McKim School of Business

Prototyping an Northeastern University-based case competition focused on Emerging Markets (organized by Northeastern University's International Business Club) 

Event: Beauty self-image and mental health in the Brazilian context

Maria Oliveira, College of Professional Studies

Organizing a panel discussion on beauty self-image and mental health in the Brazilian context

Learn more about the Srinivasan Family Awards and how to apply!