Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.
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Nine D'Amore-McKim students and alumni announced to the 2022 Women Who Empower Innovator Awards list
Twenty-two is the lucky number for recipients of the 2022 Innovator Awards, given out by the Northeastern's Women Who Empower platform. A panel of judges selected 22 female honorees, who will receive a total of $220,000 in cash prizes, with first-place winners taking home $22,000 each in the award program's second year.
Northeastern is hosting 45 students from Historically Black Colleges and Universities, who will be gaining hands-on experience at Boston asset management and life sciences companies through new United Negro College Fund programs.
Sarah Roth, MBA'02, CEO, dares first class of Northeastern graduates in Vancouver to blaze their own trails
Roth, the CEO and president of BC Cancer Foundation, paved her own path to success through a 30-year career in fundraising and a relentless commitment to fostering growth in healthcare and education in Canada and the U.S.
Fourteen D'Amore-McKim students have been named to the Huntington 100 List.
Smith, who is receiving an MBA, comes from a background in fashion and was nervous about fitting in with the business community. That perspective changed when she started an award-winning business.
The Challenge of the Colleges turned into a back-and-forth, photo-finish race. The $30,000 first prize went to the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, whose 418 donors amounted to a 176.3% increase compared to 2021. The College of Science earned $10,000 for finishing a close second with 190 donors (a 175.9% gain).
Amanda Brea, who will graduate from Northeastern this spring with a degree in theater and marketing, will leave for the Canary Islands this fall to begin an English teaching position funded by the U.S. Fulbright Student Program.
If the COVID-19 pandemic showed businesses that depend on offshore production anything, it's that one stoppage along these vast delivery channels can propagate across the entire system, Nada Sanders, distinguished professor of supply-chain management at Northeastern, said in the annual Robert D. Klein Lecture on Tuesday.
Arlen Agiliga, who will graduate in May with a degree in finance, will attend a one-year master's program at Tsinghua University beginning this fall where he will study emerging markets and international investing. There's no better place: China is “the poster child of a successful emerging market,” he says.