D'Amore-McKim Associate Teaching Professor of Marketing Daniele Mathras was nominated for Northeastern's Excellence in Teaching Award by her students. Their glowing remarks about their experiences in her class helped her earn the coveted award. She was recently recognized at the 2022 Northeastern Academic Honors Convocation.
“Starting on this path so early meant that I could take classes at a pace that worked for me. I will graduate with my master's, undergrad, and co-op experience, all at an average four-year college pace, which no other university could offer me.” says Lauren Olin, PlusOne MS in Accounting'22
As more industries make use of so-called blockchains, which are really just digital ledgers for storing data, the high-profile Ronin theft has raised new concerns about just how effective existing blockchain safeguards and protocols are at protecting the digital wallets of millions of crypto traders.
“Our research found that 79% of those who currently use someone else's password would not get their own subscriptions if Netflix outright banned account-sharing,” says Ben Treanor, whose company surveyed so-called “streaming swindlers.” And Netflix will have a fine line to walk if it introduces ads, says Yakov Bart, a marketing expert at Northeastern.
This semester the D'Amore-McKim Communications Team launched the inaugural Social Media Ambassador cohort. Meet the #damoremckim Social Media Ambassadors.
At least 3 members of the D'Amore-McKim community ran the 126th Boston Marathon on Monday to raise money for a variety of charitable causes.
The Challenge of the Colleges turned into a back-and-forth, photo-finish race. The $30,000 first prize went to the D'Amore-McKim School of Business, whose 418 donors amounted to a 176.3% increase compared to 2021. The College of Science earned $10,000 for finishing a close second with 190 donors (a 175.9% gain).
Amanda Brea, who will graduate from Northeastern this spring with a degree in theater and marketing, will leave for the Canary Islands this fall to begin an English teaching position funded by the U.S. Fulbright Student Program.
President Joe Biden has ordered the release of 1 million barrels of oil per day from the country's petroleum stockpile for the next six months to combat the nation's oil crisis as the Russian war in Ukraine marches toward its third month. But some, including two Northeastern professors, question whether Biden was right to do so.
“The overarching purpose of the audit profession inspired me; I wanted to serve the public by building trust in financial systems and institutions.” says Emma Boughton, PlusOne MS in Accounting'21