Participants in the virtual info session will:

  • Listen to and participate in a “mock” business class taught by a D’Amore-McKim School of Business professor
  • Learn about data analytics and breakthrough technologies, and how they’re affecting the business world
  • Understand how our graduate programs will prepare you for the future of work and set you apart from your peers

Speakers

Peter Tarasewich played a central role in the design and launch of the Master of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) degree program at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. Dr. Tarasewich continues to support the development, implementation, and administration of the MSBA along with Business Analytics (BA) specializations for the MBA, MS in Management, and graduate certificate programs. In addition, he developed the undergraduate concentration and minor in Business Analytics and is currently the Concentration Coordinator overseeing these programs.

Dr. Tarasewich started his career with undergraduate degrees in both electrical engineering and computer science at Duke University. At the University of Pittsburgh, he completed an MBA focusing on Information Systems and later earned his PhD in Business in the areas of Operations & Information Management at the University of Connecticut. Professor Tarasewich’s interdisciplinary background is reflected in both his research and teaching. He teaches courses in introductory business analytics as well as information visualization. His current research interests include analytics, information visualization, user interface design, and usability metrics.

Bhawesh Sah

Dr. Bhawesh Sah joined the faculty at D’Amore-McKim School of Business in 2019 and teaches Business Analytics courses to graduate and undergraduate students at Northeastern University.

Dr. Sah earned a Bachelor of Technology degree in Mechanical Engineering from Uttarakhand Technical University. At the Indian School of Mines, he earned a Master of Technology in Industrial Engineering and Management, followed by his PhD in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

Professors Sah’s research interests include supply chain management, third party logistics, modeling drone systems, and machine learning. He has applied his research to practice by modeling the supply chains of a 3PL logistics firm and through demand forecasting to guide capacity planning for a warehouse.

Mary McNamara joined the D’Amore-McKim School of Business in July 2020 to lead the recruitment and admissions efforts for the Part-time MBA program after serving on the MBA admissions committee at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. She is a co-chair of the McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Network at Northeastern, a Professional Advisor at the MIT Trust Center for Entrepreneurship, and a Coach for Leadership and Teamwork at Babson.

An angel investor and portfolio manager for over two decades, Mary is Managing Director of Angel Healthcare Investors and was a founding member of the Angel Capital Association. Previously, she was COO of an early-stage digital health company and a marketing VP with Fidelity Investments. In her early career, Mary held marketing and technology roles in software development at John Hancock, NYNEX, Computer Sciences Corporation, and Bankers Trust Company.