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The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business has reaffirmed D'Amore-McKim's place among elite business schools worldwide, extending the school's accreditation for another six years.

On June 14, 2024, the school hosted the first in a series of events to address and celebrate the thematic pillars of our new mission, starting with a focus on leadership and technology in business.

“This was the first time it's ever been done,” says Roy Anderson, who recently won the 2023 D'Amore-McKim Teaching Innovation & Excellence Award for his Supply Chain Virtual Innovation Lab.

A new award-winning class from D'Amore-McKim Professor Loredana Padurean is turning heads and changing minds.

Alan McKim, MBA'88 and D'Amore-McKim School of Business namesake, offers honest advice to first-year students in the Full-Time MBA Career Management class.

The buzz around all things generative AI has hit academia like a sledgehammer. From concerns about academic integrity to how using an “assistant” might affect student learning, professors everywhere are talking about it.

It was one of the earliest online MBA programs, and D'Amore-McKim faculty have recently reimagined it from the ground up.

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.

D'Amore-McKim Associate Teaching Professor of Marketing Daniele Mathras was nominated for Northeastern's Excellence in Teaching Award by her students. Their glowing remarks about their experiences in her class helped her earn the coveted award. She was recently recognized at the 2022 Northeastern Academic Honors Convocation.

Visiting Professor and Executive-in-Residence in Marketing Shubhro Sen's broad global experience builds on D'Amore-McKim's professor/practitioner model.