G-Form staff inspect protective equipment throughout the production process at the Smithfield, Rhode Island facility. During the pandemic the revolutionary sportswear company pivoted to make face shields for first responders.
“If you’re going into a new industry like I am, don’t be afraid of being uncomfortable because that’s a part of the process.”
Victoria’s Secret personified sexualized femininity in the 1990s and 2000s, but the company is undergoing a massive rebranding in an effort to become more inclusive.
Madison Mailey, DMSB’18, a former rowing star at Northeastern, will row in the Olympics for Canada this year.
The Dean’s Corner series provides a first-person, informative narrative of exciting and important happenings at Northeastern University’s D’Amore-McKim School of Business. In this installment from Interim Dean Emery Trahan, he introduces himself to the community and addresses the college’s leadership transition as we get ready to start the new fiscal year.
“After researching various options, I decided Northeastern would be the best fit because of its diverse and welcoming community. I wanted to be at a university where I could interact with and learn from peers with perspectives and experiences that differ from mine…I’m glad I have the chance to do this at Northeastern.”
These business students founded a space to support their fellow LGBTQA peers in the workplace.
With the support of a D’Amore-McKim donation, project management student Jason Peter developed a COVID-19 hospital in Bangalore, India.
“Already in the first few months as a new associate, I have felt the effects of how the corporate residency put me a step ahead of others.”
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“This program offers a wide variety of concentrations that I did not find with other MBA programs. That flexibility made it possible for me to have concentrations in both healthcare management and entrepreneurship; a crucial component of pursuing my career goals.”