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2018 Best & Brightest: Madeline DeVlieger, Northeastern University
Madeline DeVlieger, DMSB'18, was recently named one of the 2018 Poets&Quants “Best & Brightest” business majors. DeVlieger is one of 101 students nominated and chosen from 50 business programs. Kate Murdock, DMSB'18, was also chosen.
Rise up for research
Kyle Rossini, DMSB/SSH'20, was one of more than 400 Northeastern University students to showcase their work at RISE:2018, the university's Research, Innovation, and Scholarship Expo, organized by the Center for Research Innovation.
Yevgeniy Nayyar, MS in Accounting/MBA'18
“The MS in Accounting/MBA program provides numerous opportunities for exposure to top accounting firms that can lead to potential employment opportunities following graduation,” says Nayyar.
Q&A with Sam Fulmer, MBA'18, Investment Finance Concentration
“It has been extremely valuable to work with people from many different backgrounds and find out the best ways to leverage our skill sets in order to achieve goals,” says Fulmer.
Q&A with Casey O'Neill, MSI'16
“Day in and day out, I use what I learned every day. I learned the language of business that I wasn't necessarily competent in before.” says, O'Neill
David Govoni, MS in Innovation '17
“You will leave D'Amore-Mckim with much more than a business degree, you will leave with the confidence to make change, be competitive, and fulfill your goals.” says, Govoni
Neha Vinod, Graduate Certificate in Business Administration'18, MBA'22
“One of the most positive aspects of the classes at D'Amore-McKim has been the opportunity to learn from others with different educational backgrounds and experiences than my own” says Vinod.
Edward Yongo, Graduate Certificate in Supply Chain Management '18, MBA'21
“I can say from personal experience that Northeastern University's Veterans Affairs office is very helpful to veterans” says Yongo.
Jiao Li, MS in Finance '18
“A degree from a reputable school in the States is recognized worldwide and exposes students to more opportunities, so it will be beneficial no matter where I work later in life.”