Northeastern's Torch Scholarship Program celebrated 10 years of empowering students to reach their full potential Thursday, June 16, with special guests, current students and graduates of the program.

Sarah Zhukovsky, DMSB'17, shares her experience consulting for a microfinance institution in Mumbai as part of her “Dialogue of Civilizations” program in India.

Mary Steffel, assistant professor of marketing at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, recently released research that shows how people are more likely to delegate decision-making when it affects other people, as compared to when these decisions may only affect themselves.

Assistant Professor Martin Dias discusses the ways human-augmented technology can impact our personal and professional productivity and offers solutions to its pitfalls.

D'Amore-McKim School of Business Entrepreneurship and Innovation Associate Professor Samina Karim has been elected to two new leadership roles, highlighting her commitment to the business field, as well as her colleagues and students.

For the past 10 months, 81 students from Northeastern University and five other universities and colleges have been working together as team OpenLoop to win the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition. Launched by Elon Musk to create a small-scale model of his 700-plus-mph mode of transportation, OpenLoop is under the business leadership of Ben­jamin Lip­polis, DMSB'17.

Personal finance expert Timothy Gagnon shares tips and advice for managing tax-deductible personal time during business travel.

Northeastern University's D'Amore-McKim School of Business reached a ten-year milestone this week with its notable Online Master's of Business Administration program.

At the end of the 2016-2017 academic year, Hugh Courtney will conclude his tenure as dean of Northeastern's D'Amore-McKim School of Business. During his time as dean, Courtney's knowledge and expertise of business facilitated new, innovative programs through experiential, entrepreneurial and international learning opportunities.

After 15 years as an accounting professor at the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Arnold Wright has retired. Regarded as one of the foremost auditing behavioral scholars, Wright spent much of his time here focused on accelerating and strengthening the academic lives of his students.