A century of innovation has led us here – to a time when we can reflect on where we started, where we've been, and where we're going.

On September 18, 1922, Northeastern's College of Business Administration kicked off its first academic year, and we've been educating future leaders ever since. Fast forward to 2022, and we now proudly call ourselves the D'Amore-McKim School of Business thanks to a generous joint gift of $60 million from alumni Richard D'Amore and Alan McKim. We became the first named college or school at Northeastern in 2012, and we continue to build upon this legacy today.  

So much has happened over the last 100 years, and we're ready for more!

Starting in September 2022, it seems only right that we take the entire 2022-23 academic year to celebrate this major milestone! 

We have a lot of storytelling to do and a lot of ways to celebrate soon, including events around both old and new time capsules, interesting academic panel discussions focused on the future of business, regional alumni events, and a large-scale centennial celebration to cap it all off. We will also be introducing new ways to recognize our generous and dedicated alumni, donors, and friends along the way. Please stay tuned for more details and be sure to follow us on our social channels for the most up-to-date celebration information. 

Also, if you have a great D'Amore-McKim story to share with us, we would love to connect with you! Please reach out via email at DMSBnews@northeastern.edu or complete the form below.  

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