Events

Nov 12

Join Associate Director of Admissions, Mary McNamara, and Assistant Dean and Director of Programs and Student Services, Gail Justino-Miller, to learn how our Graduate Programs team provides the resources, tools, information and support you need throughout your Part-Time MBA experience.

Nov 15

If you’re thinking of pursuing the next step in your business education, there’s no better place to do that than Northeastern. Join admissions officers Mary McNamara and Jelena Pejic for an overview of how D’Amore-McKim’s graduate business programs can help you build toward your MBA.

Nov 16

Join Associate Director of Admissions, Mary McNamara, for an informal “Ask Me Anything” about the Part-Time MBA Program.

Nov 16

Join admissions managers for an informal “Ask Me Anything” about our MS in Business Analytics, MS in Quantitative Finance, MS in Innovation, or MS in Management.

Nov 16

Chat with Senior Director of the Graduate Career Center, Susan Antonelli, to ask any questions you may have related to your program, your job search, or come to meet other part-time students and alumni.

Nov 17

Join us to learn how investors are increasingly relying on ESG reporting to assess risk and align with social mission.

Nov 18

Join admissions officers Mary McNamara and Jelena Pejic, along with Tucker Marion, Associate Professor, Technological Entrepreneurship, to learn how D’Amore-McKim’s Part-Time MBA and “stackable” graduate business programs can accelerate your career and prepare you to lead in the future of work.

Nov 18

Professor Jonathan Greenacre will reason about the bridge institutions in Africa and how they provide micro-solar energy, clean drinking water, and other services to remote communities in Africa.

Nov 19

Chat with Associate Director of Admissions, Alexandra Munroe, to learn what sets the D’Amore-McKim Full-Time MBA apart. Ask any questions you may have related to the program, including details about the application process.

Dec 1

A China Insights Series Event. George Yip will explain what foreign multinational companies need to do to transform their R&D strategies to keep pace with newly innovative Chinese companies.