Three D'Amore McKim student-led ventures were recently featured as the Boston Globe's “coolest startups” in the area, focusing on food, healthy eating and peer-to-peer connections
“MSIB is an interesting program where you are able to interact with students from different nationalities, preparing you for your future career in this global world.” says, Beukenboom
Spencer Fung, MS/MBA'96, spoke with us about his role as CEO of Li and Fung, a leading consumer goods company, as well as how his experiences at D'Amore-McKim changed his life.
Alex Vipond, DMSB'16, majored in business administration with a concentration in supply chain management and social entrepreneurship, a combined learning experience that shaped his time at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business.
Northeastern University hosted experts from a range of academic and professional sectors during its seventh annual Center for Emerging Markets Symposium, a discussion on current economic and political emerging world markets.
Assistant Professor Daniele Mathras discusses four key dimensions that affect consumer psychology and behavior in relation to their religious affiliation.
Matt Connolly, DMSB'16, was one of over 700 D'Amore-McKim students to graduate this past May, and like many other recent graduates, has a job waiting for him. Combining a passion for entrepreneurship and critical co-op experiences, Connolly was offered a full-time position at Amazon beginning this summer.
Students participating in a business and social entrepreneurship “Dialogue of Civilizations” program to India share their early impressions of the culture and their surroundings.
Associate Professor Bruce Clark discusses the future of Volkswagen after the announcement of a civil settlement in response to their emissions deception.
Tallie Hausser, DMSB'19, was one of two Northeastern University students awarded The 2016 Critical Language Scholarship – a fully-funded summer overseas language and cultural immersion program for American undergraduate and graduate students.