“This experience showed me the true value of experiential learning; there's a significant difference between going to class and hearing about the passing of FDA approval versus being a part of it.” says Priscilla Colon, MBA'22
Fourteen D'Amore-McKim students have been named to the Huntington 100 List.
Smith, who is receiving an MBA, comes from a background in fashion and was nervous about fitting in with the business community. That perspective changed when she started an award-winning business.
“As I progress in my career, I'm interested in ESG consulting and helping companies become more environmentally effective, and make a positive social impact. I'm excited to be a part of this mission.” says Juliana Hadjiyane, MS in Accounting/MBA'22
Undergraduate Degree: Mathematical Economics
Dean's Corner: Highlighting awards, honors, and graduates as we come to the end of another successful 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 provides a list of our community members who have gone above and beyond this year, including those from the Class of 2022.
“I earned a promotion to sector manager, where I managed a team of 14 analysts and developed my skills further, especially as a leader. I mentored the analysts by sharing my thoughts and reviewing their valuations. Overall, the 360 Huntington Fund helped me grow as an individual.” says Parth Patel MS in Finance'21
Though instructional design is not a new field, it is quickly being recognized as a necessary one. Teachers are needed everywhere, not just in the brick-and-mortar classroom. Instructional design has become a natural pathway for a variety of educators to converge their unique skillsets to positively impact learning across secondary and higher education, as well as many other industries.
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.