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Amin Khoury, MBA'89, a global entrepreneur who built his career by anticipating trends and making transformative decisions, recently endowed Northeastern's Khoury College of Computer Sciences with a $50 million gift. Find out more about this forward-looking alumnus.

Northeastern graduate Eric Hui, founder and owner of Terracea, a crossover apparel company based in Boston, poses for a portrait on March 5, 2019.

PostFold was founded by two Northeastern alumni who who wanted to sell high-quality, casual clothing for work.

Anne-Marie Dion, DMSB '16, is using her experience at Northeastern to cultivate a new group of girls and young women to get out on the ice.

Florence Schelling, DMSB'13, will compete in her fourth Olympic Games this February, the first Northeastern University student-athlete in history to do so.

This past week, The Northeastern University Office of Alumni Relations hosted an indoor farmers market-style event, The Market, featuring two D'Amore-McKim ventures, Hylux and New Grounds Food.

The D'Amore-McKim School of Business celebrated its 2016 graduate class Thursday, September 1, with more than 300 students in 12 master's degree programs receiving their degrees.

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.

Northeastern University held its 114th commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 6, conferring more than 3,000 students—including some 900 business students—from a wide array of academic programs and countries.

With the addition of Professors Ruth V. Aguilera and Alvaro Cuervo-Cazurra to the Academy of International Business' select fellowship ranks, D'Amore-McKim School of Business now stands as one of only five institutions featuring three or more AIB fellows worldwide.