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

Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders speaks about COVID-19’s effect on small businesses.

Paul Fombelle, associate professor of marketing, researches how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of people who work in grocery stores, hotels, and restaurants.

Distinguished Professor Ravi Ramamurti launches a new website featuring how reverse innovation has played a significant role in how countries are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, including best practices in overall strategy, prevention, testing, contact tracing, isolation and quarantining, treatment and vaccines, and reopening.

Joseph E. Aoun, president of Northeastern, and Spencer Fung, a member of Northeastern’s Board of Trustees and D’Amore-McKim alum, sit down for a conversation about Spencer’s role as group chief executive officer of Li & Fung during the global pandemic.

D’Amore-McKim alumnus Juan Peña plays a high-stakes version of whack-a-mole every day with a series of unpredictable obstacles manufacturing and distributing food products in Venezuela.

Professor Nada Sanders explains how monitoring the vaccine supply chain will prove as just as important as discovering a viable vaccine for Northeastern’s COVID-19 Research and Analysis series.

G-Form, a wholesale distributor of personal protective gear for athletes and tactical personnel founded by a D’Amore-McKim alumnus, is now producing protective face shields in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Northeastern alumni are pivoting their businesses to meet the production needs of the new emergency economic during the COVID-19 pandemic. Glen Giovanucci, D’Amore-McKim alumnus and former Northeastern assistant hockey coach for the Huskies, has dedicated to producing “as many face shie

Associate professor marketing, Alexander DePaoli, researches how emotions influence consumer behaviors and satisfaction, providing insight into why we’re stocking up on toilet paper during COVID-19.