Akos Boateng, DMSB’22, and Erin Cowden, CSSH’21, are two of over 40 students sharing PPE and health tips with fellow community members during the COVID-19 pandemic. Student health advocates have distributed more than 6,000 masks and silver-plated adhesive hooks to hang the masks from, as well as 4,500 bottles of Northeastern-branded sanitizer.
Victoria Pacheco, DMSB’22, and Madeline O’Hara, DMSB’21, are the president and vice president of marketing for the Council of University Programs respectively. These D’Amore-McKim students have led the way as CUP has revamped itself to adapt to hosting virtual events for the Northeastern community.
Miracle Olatunji, DMSB’22, is taking over our Instagram @damoremckim this week! Follow along for an inside look at her undergraduate experience.
“We’re really trying to be that central hub for all things interdisciplinary,” says Ankita Uppugunduri, KCS/DMSB’21. She is one of the organizers of this year’s TEDxNortheasternU.
“The faculty have a passion for what they teach, and they make learning enjoyable.. I had a very positive experience at Northeastern, and it prepared me well for the future I want to pursue.”
Sara Seegolam, MBA’20, took over our Instagram account during graduation week to share her D’Amore-McKim experience with us.
“By earning my MS in Accounting at Northeastern, I’ve built a skill set that’s very flexible and adaptable in a changing environment, so I’ll be able to choose my own path.”
“Getting a dual degree from D’Amore-McKim sets you apart… with this specific degree, you can say you have real-world experience, that you understand business concerns, and that you know how to solve problems from a multitude of angles.”
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.
Innovative business ideas come from everyone. These students are making sure everyone gets a chance.
Eliana Berger, DMSB’21, and Hannah Chaouli, DMSB’22, create a more diverse and inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystem at Northeastern with WISE, Women’s Interdisciplinary Society of Entrepreneurship.