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Kayra Çetin, who studies business administration, is one of three co-founders of the Turkish Student Association

“I ultimately chose D'Amore-McKim because I knew it was one of the best business schools in the country. The chance to complete two law co-ops and a corporate residency in accounting means I will get three semesters of real work experience in both fields. For me, one of Northeastern's most significant selling points is that I'll build the confidence to take the next step in my career and the experience and credentials to get there.” says Sam Dunkel, JD/MS in Accounting/MBA'22

National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) began in 1987 to bring attention to the promise of girls and women in the industry. This NGWSD, we're celebrating our female student athletes and their experiences that are unique to Northeastern University and the D'Amore-McKim School of Business. 

“The MS in Quantitative Finance degree allowed me to pursue a variety of classes and determine the path I wanted to take in finance. It was an investment in my future. For me, Northeastern ticked all these boxes in addition to being a university centered in a student-friendly community where peers from all over the world surround you with unique perspectives.” says Samantha Li, MS in Quantitative Finance'22

“As an international student whose first language is not English, I've found that the classes here are diverse, judgment-free spaces where everyone can contribute their ideas.” says Andrea Pinto Quiroz, Graduate Certificate in Marketing'22

“One huge benefit of studying at Northeastern is the support you receive in developing your professional network. The networking opportunities have helped me feel prepared to enter the professional world.” says Karan Kwatra, PlusOne MS in International Management‘22

“My graduate experience has granted me not only theoretical knowledge but helped me develop my communication skills, leadership mindset, and confidence. That speaks to the power of Northeastern and its ability to set its students up for success.” says Kexin Li , MS in International Management'22

“It was important to me that I learn from professors who could integrate real-world applications into our lessons. I wanted a program where my class schedule was flexible enough to accommodate my interests, full-time job, and personal life. D'Amore-McKim checked all three boxes.” says Zoe Calianos, MS in Finance/ MBA'24

Co-led by professors Amir Grinstein and Daniele Mathras of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business as part of a partnership with tech accelerator 50:50 Startups, Bridging Conflicts pairs Northeastern students with startups that are co-founded by Israeli and Palestinian entrepreneurs.

For the love of fashion and out of entrepreneurial curiosity, Lukas Dudzik COS'23 and Alder Whiteford DMSB'24 are curating an online platform, Sewn Boutique, to showcase small designer brands.