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Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.

CEM is thrilled to recognize seven students and one student club as Spring 2024 recipients of our Srinivasan Family Awards for Projects in Emerging Markets. These students, representing four different schools and colleges at Northeastern University, will all pursue innovative research and field projects over the next year to solve pressing social, technological, economic, and health-related problems around the world, from Kenya, to Ecuador, to Ghana, to Lebanon.

As a Fall 2023 recipient of the Srinivasan Family Awards for Projects in Emerging Markets, Saraïna Ulysse, a third-year Public Health student at Northeastern University, has spent the past four months making critical contributions to improving community health education efforts in Baringo County, Kenya.

At the close of the Spring 2024 semester, CEM recognized five students as new Student Associates, representing three different Northeastern University colleges and schools. These students, all with a demonstrated passion for futhering their understanding of emerging markets, will join six other undergraduate students recognized as Student Associates in the Fall 2023 semester to help shape CEM programming, perform research with CEM Faculty Fellows, and grow CEM's student outreach efforts in the 2024-2025 school year.

Josephine Tucker, DMSB '26, shares insight about her transformative co-op at Pine Street Inn that fueled her love for nonprofit work.

As a Fall 2023 recipient of the Srinivasan Family Awards for Projects in Emerging Markets, Sima Sharma Tiwari is making strides advocating for comprehensive reproductive health education in Nepal.

The Latin American Business Club at Northeastern University (LBC) had the privilege of hosting Ecuador's former President, Jamil Mahuad, for a fireside chat on Thursday, March 28. Supported by the Center for Emerging Markets and organized by the LBC leadership team, the event provided students and faculty attendees with an opportunity for insightful discussions about global economics, diplomatic strategies, and entrepreneurship with the distinguished leader.

Since its founding in 2020, the Women in Finance Trek has connected female finance concentrators with alumni while immersing them in the financial services world of New York City.

“I can now confidently make decisions that positively impact the company's future.”
– Avik Vimal, MBA'24

As a Spring 2023 recipient of the Srinivasan Family Awards for Projects in Emerging Markets, Northeastern University's chapter of Innovators for Global Health, is working to develop affordable and sustainable medical supplies for healthcare facilities in Ghana.