“The MS in Quantitative Finance degree allowed me to pursue a variety of classes and determine the path I wanted to take in finance. It was an investment in my future. For me, Northeastern ticked all these boxes in addition to being a university centered in a student-friendly community where peers from all over the world surround you with unique perspectives.” says Samantha Li, MS in Quantitative Finance'22
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“As an international student whose first language is not English, I've found that the classes here are diverse, judgment-free spaces where everyone can contribute their ideas.” says Andrea Pinto Quiroz, Graduate Certificate in Marketing'22
“One huge benefit of studying at Northeastern is the support you receive in developing your professional network. The networking opportunities have helped me feel prepared to enter the professional world.” says Karan Kwatra, PlusOne MS in International Management‘22
This Veterans Day, Dick Power, DMSB'63, recalls what his time in ROTC, the service, and Northeastern means to him.
George W. Chamillard, vice chair emeritus of Northeastern's Board of Trustees, guided the university's finances through the messy aftermath of the economic crash of 2008. He died last month at the age of 83.
Led by Associate Professor Emeritus of International Business Ray Kinnunen, many cohorts of undergraduate business students have won the Beanpot B-School Case Analysis Competition. While the iconic competition ended in 2009, the impact the experience left on the participating alumni and the school has transcended its run.
How a Northeastern degree in business empowered this entrepreneur to start a women's fashion brand in Nigeria
Temidola Ikomi, a 2017 graduate of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business and co-founder of an African-inspired fashion brand in Nigeria, won a 2022 Innovator Award, presented by Northeastern's Women Who Empower.
Natasha Shazana, DMSB'13, quit her private equity job in New York City to build a new empowering bra brand in Malaysia.
Kate Madigan, DMSB'15, MS'15, is the first woman to serve as assistant general manager of the New Jersey Devils, becoming the sixth woman in NHL history to serve in that role.
Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.