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President Biden’s infrastructure plan includes child care provisions, which Northeastern ‘shecession’ researchers say are essential for welcoming women back to the workforce.

Accommodating remote work trends post-COVID will be a learning curve for workplaces, say Northeastern researchers.

Northeastern researchers, including Chris Riedl, present a new explanation for how spiteful behavior spreads in social circles and political movements.

Tim Hoff, a professor of management, healthcare systems, and public policy at Northeastern, says the deficiency of long-term relationships between patients and doctors may affect people’s willingness to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

Jamie Ladge’s co-authored study examines systemic inequities in the healthcare field and finds that a “hero” status isn’t what medical professionals want. Photo: Brian Ach/AP Images for NYC Healthcare Heroes.

The 2020 Husky Startup Challenge celebrated the entrepreneurial endeavors of our Northeastern community during an unprecedented time. During the event, a dozen ventures competed against one another for cash prizes and the approval of D’Amore-McKim judges including Steve Golden, Kate Murdock, DMSB’18, and Greg Skloot, DMSB’12.

Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders says many hurdles must be overcome before the COVID-19 vaccines are available for widespread use.

Pierre Choueiri Family Professor in Global Business Michael Enright claims that to succeed internationally, Western companies must understand that business will be conducted on a whole new playing field.

Launched this year, the Bradford-Osborne Research Award is the first national award to recognize research published in peer-reviewed journals that contributes to advancing the growth of businesses owned by people of color. Assistant Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Venkat Kuppuswamy received the award for his co-authored 2017 Management Science paper, “The Colorblind Crowd? Founder Race and Performance in Crowdfunding.”

The D’Amore-McKim School of Business is pleased to announce the addition of 12 new full-time faculty to its accomplished academic roster of innovators, scholars, researchers, and leaders. In addition, the school celebrated two faculty who were visiting professors who are now tenure-track assistant professors.