Northeastern's NEXPO event, held as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week this past Thursday, brought together students and alumni from various entrepreneurial ventures featuring mobile apps, 3-D printing, and composting. The expo featured about 30 IDEA ventures, in addition to Northeastern entrepreneurship resources and varied programs.

Assistant Professor of Management and Organizational Development Parker Ellen examines how the types of relationships that leaders form can impact employee attitude and behavior.

Andrea Ornelas, MS'16, was recently nominated to the 30 under 30 most influential young Latino leaders list by El Mundo Boston.

Nidhi Mehta, DMSB'21, has accomplished many feats in her life so far, like reaching the Base Camp of Mount Everest, accepting the gold level of the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award, and travelling to five continents to name a few. Now, she is the second person in her family to choose the D'Amore-McKim School of Business as her home for the next five years

The “Women Who Empower” summit was recently held at Northeastern University highlighting effective female leadership. Many members of the D'Amore-McKim School of Business community led the event, including Helen Russell, DMSB'88, Co-founder and CEO of Equator Coffee and Teas and a number of D'Amore-McKim professors.

Distinguished Professor of Supply Chain Management Nada Sanders, an expert in business forecasting and risk management, explains the importance of human judgment in the forecasting process and how it impacted the 2016 presidential election polls.

3DFortify, a six-person Northeastern start-up that includes MBA student Philip Gregory, was awarded the $50,000 “Gold” prize at the recent MassChallenge2016 awards ceremony. The startup combines magnetics and 3-D printing to create the highest resolution composites possible.

Gary Dunton, DMSB'78, and his wife Lea Anne, have gifted The D'Amore-McKim School of Business with The Dunton Family Deanship, the first endowed deanship at Northeastern University.

Northeastern's On Fire to Hire Startup Expo will be held Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in the Curry Student Center Ballroom. Esther Chewning, D'Amore-McKim's associate co-op coordinator who focuses on entrepreneurship and management, highlights four key ways in which startups can engage the potential of students so both startups and students can succeed.

D'Amore-McKim School of Business Professor of Supply Chain Management Robert Lieb was recently given the 2016 Thinkers and Movers award from DSC Logistics, a leading third party logistics company.