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“The main reason I chose D'Amore-McKim was the healthcare administration concentration, which was a perfect fit for my career goals. The flexibility and variety of elective courses allowed me to customize my studies to align with my goals, a feature that was lacking at the other schools I considered.” – Deanna Hart

“I had limited experience in the policy side of healthcare prior to the Washington, D.C. Residency. Now, I have a broadened perspective of the entire healthcare industry, which is extremely valuable.” – Ravneet Kaur, MBA'24

“I didn't have the time to pursue an MBA, and the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration would help me master the business basics I needed most in four or five courses. My certificate did exactly that.”

Samantha Asprelli, a rising third-year student, solicits makeup from influencers and brand partners such as Glossier, Physicians Formula, Skinfix, Flyte.70 and First Aid Beauty.

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Cory Gill graduated from D'Amore-Mckim in May with two co-ops under his belt and is now working on building his own company.

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James Sibley and Sebastian Sanchez worked together, combining their business and agriculture skills to craft Phytabar, a chocolate seaweed bar loaded with omega-3s.

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As a Fall 2023 recipient of the Srinivasan Family Awards for Projects in Emerging Markets, Dhwani Bhatt, a third-year honors Chemical Engineering student at Northeastern University, has spent the past year developing a biogas system to meet the energy needs of Sadhguru School in Fort Portal Uganda.

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.