Though instructional design is not a new field, it is quickly being recognized as a necessary one. Teachers are needed everywhere, not just in the brick-and-mortar classroom. Instructional design has become a natural pathway for a variety of educators to converge their unique skillsets to positively impact learning across secondary and higher education, as well as many other industries.
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From freelance journalism to online merchandising, Audrey Lang (DMSB'15) takes a multifaceted approach to content creation. Lang, who studied business administration at D'Amore-McKim, shares tips and advice in this episode of “What It Takes” for freelancers working around the world.
Chris DeWitt, a Northeastern alum and a former U.S. Army infantry officer, has a new job at Northeastern advising students on their post-military civilian careers. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University
Evelyn Barahona, DMSB'99, continues to address disparities in the Latino community as the new director of The Boston Foundation's Latino Equity Fund.
Chong Kim-Wong, MBA'10, will continue to forge connections with students and their families in her new role as vice chancellor and dean of students.
The John D. O'Bryant African American Institute celebrated graduates like Erica Belvit, DMSB'21, at its annual Baccalaureate ceremonies.
From all corners of the world, Northeastern's global communities sends best wishes to the Class of 2021.
Take a look back at the trailblazing career of Linda Sarkisian, DMSB'80 and former Senior Cooperative Education Coordinator for finance.
Friends, including a D'Amore-McKim colleague, celebrate the 50-year-long tenure of Linda Allen, Northeastern's retiring associate vice president and university registrar.
Visiting Professor and Executive-in-Residence in Marketing Shubhro Sen's broad global experience builds on D'Amore-McKim's professor/practitioner model.