Professor Nada Sanders explains how monitoring the vaccine supply chain will prove as just as important as discovering a viable vaccine for Northeastern’s COVID-19 Research and Analysis series.

Northeastern’s Global Resilience Institute joined forces with the D’Amore-McKim School of Business to create a free online course that provides businesses with a detailed guide to reopening during the pandemic. Photo courtesy of the Global Resilience Institute

Northeastern students, faculty, and graduates have rushed to fill the demand for personal protection equipment. D’Amore-McKim student Jaryn Tyson is one of those people.

“Get out of your comfort zone. I promise you the personal and professional rewards will be worth it.”

G-Form, a wholesale distributor of personal protective gear for athletes and tactical personnel founded by a D’Amore-McKim alumnus, is now producing protective face shields in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Northeastern alumni are pivoting their businesses to meet the production needs of the new emergency economic during the COVID-19 pandemic. Glen Giovanucci, D’Amore-McKim alumnus and former Northeastern assistant hockey coach for the Huskies, has dedicated to producing “as many face shie

Timothy Hoff, a professor of management, healthcare systems, and health policy at D’Amore-McKim, explains why it is crucial to allow patients access to primary care resources, especially when the pandemic could go on for several months.

New research by Kimberly A. Eddleston suggests that people who routinely work from home are no less likely to be promoted than those who don’t, but that they’re less likely to get raises at the same rate.

Nada Sanders, Distinguished Professor of supply chain management, warns about the upset in global supply chains from the COVID-19 outbreak.

Barbara Larson, executive professor of management in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, studies the effects of working remotely. Photo by Ruby Wallau/Northeastern University