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The Academy of Management (AOM), the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars, recently hosted its annual conference in Boston. As part of the event, several awards were announced for journal authors, reviewers, and symposium conductors across its six journals and 26 divisions and interest groups. The D'Amore-McKim community fared well in these results, with five faculty and staff among those recognized.

“On my first day, I was blown away by the variety of student backgrounds in my cohort. I benefit by asking my classmates for help and in turn, help them learn in areas where I am more comfortable and confident. Helping each other along the way has been hugely impactful for us all.” says Tarrah Price, MS in Accounting/MBA'23

Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Business and Psychology

The Academy of Management has recognized the Huang and her co-author's piece examining gender based venture capital bias.

Cara a Cara, the mezcal business owned by Jessica Pogranyi, DMSB'13, and Miguel Albarran, DMSB'13, recently won a Women Who Empower Innovator Award.

Keith Corso, DMSB'21, and Neil Bhammar, DMSB'22, are both former presidents of the Northeastern Entrepreneurship Club. The company plans to use the funding to double their team to 40 members and expand their offerings.

Incoming first year Jonathan Bush says the Summer Bridge Program was incredibly reassuring for him as he prepares to start at D'Amore-McKim in the fall. Professor Martin Dias is excited to see students already making connections.

David Fatula, DMSB'01, always knew that he would eventually become a small business owner. COVID presented him with the chance to pivot away from his 20 years in the real estate business towards his true passion: helping people and spending as much time as possible outside.

Yakov Bart, Associate Professor of Marketing and Amy Pei, Assistant Professor of Marketing, offer different perspectives on the social media platform's rebrand.

The Academy of Management has honored David De Cremer, D'Amore-McKim's inbound Dunton Family Dean, along with his seven coauthors for their paper's “clear and important contribution to the field of management.”

“We are kind of getting used to seeing jackpots go above $1 billion,” says Yakov Bart, associate professor of marketing. With more people buying tickets, the odds of winning just keep falling.