There can be no perfect model for working motherhood, Jamie Ladge points out in her new book, because each case is unique to the circumstances of the parents and their children.
Northeastern University’s student-run business accelerator, IDEA, connects students with the resources they need to get their businesses up and running. Dan Gregory, who was the founding faculty advisor of IDEA, had no idea how popular it would become.
People who want to help mitigate the effects of climate change need to focus on the problems they can solve in their lives and communities, says Rae André, a professor emeritus of leadership and sustainability at Northeastern. She recently received a lifetime achievement award from an international experiential learning society.
Mikaela Amundson, DMSB/CAMD’20, is taking over our Instagram account this week to show us her experience at Glamping Hub in Seville, Spain. Follow along for an inside look at her global co-op experience!
Northeastern University Center for Family Business Hall of Fame inductees will be recognized for their exceptional leadership qualities and ability to set an example for future generations of their family business.
Northeastern researchers in business, health sciences, engineering, and public policy are working together to curb opioid addiction before it starts.
Spencer Fung, a Northeastern graduate and trustee, said that companies around the world are seeking to expand their operations beyond China because of the country’s trade war with the United States. But moving operations to other countries is not easy, he warned.
Gearflow is the first online marketplace for buying, selling, researching, and repairing construction equipment and parts, says Ben Preston, the Northeastern graduate who co-founded the company.
“The MSF program allowed me to further my understanding of finance beyond the parameters of my job and also ask the questions that helped me pursue specific interests that I have within finance” says, Begen
Aoife Manley, DMSB’19, was the student speaker at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business Undergraduate Graduation Ceremony. She addressed more than 600 fellow Huskies during the celebration held on May 3 at Matthews Arena.