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In a university event co-hosted by D'Amore-McKim's Center for Emerging Markets and Women Who Empower, Northeastern President Joseph E. Aoun welcomed Indra Nooyi, member of Amazon's Board of Directors and former CEO of PepsiCo, for a conversation about her career, lifelong learning, and workplace diversity.

“This is a new form of cooperative education for the university,” said Christina Jaracz, assistant vice president of corporate partnerships and D'Amore-McKim assistant dean of corporate and professional learning. Designed by Northeastern faculty and ServiceNow, the new degrees and certificates will help U.K. employers fill an immediate demand for skilled digital talent.

Jim Madigan, DMSB'86, Northeastern men's hockey coach, reflects on recognizing early on the potential of Jamie Oleksiak, a Northeastern hockey star who graduated to the NHL Stanley Cup Final, in the player's first year at Northeastern.

After saying goodbye to her life in New York City, Vallabhi Singh, DMSB '17, started her own company, which explores the intersection of creativity, entrepreneurship, humanity, and technology.

D'Amore-McKim students and alumni join an extension of the university's Women Who Empower initiative as ambassadors. They are among a select group who share a commitment to advancing women and creating opportunities for learning, offering inspiration, and fostering community, particularly for women who have entrepreneurial aspirations at Northeastern.

The Bloomberg Terminal provides access to real-time data on every market, breaking news, in-depth research, powerful analytics, and communications tools all in one place.

D'Amore-McKim alum Debra Roberts, MBA'01, is the first Black person to be elected as a selectperson in Stoughton, Massachusetts, a town 20 miles south of Boston.

Each year we celebrate D'Amore-McKim students who have achieved excellence in their cooperative education experiences. Meet the 2020 award recipients.

D'Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Jamie Ladge has spent her career studying how working professionals view their identities in the office and at home—and how these identities often intersect. Her recently published research examines the dynamics of how different groups of working professionals view and manage their identities.

Associate Professor Samina Karim explains the importance of a strong business foundation for technology and innovation leaders in today's evolving business world.