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Five Northeastern University students traveled around Israel this summer, visiting local venture accelerators, large corporations, and historical sites, as part of the International New Venture: Israel, The start-up nation.

University Distinguished Professor of International Business and Strategy Ravi Ramamurti and his co-author Vijay Govindarajan (VG), were recently awarded the inaugural Strategic Management Society's (SMS) 2017 Global Strategy Journal (GSJ) Best Paper Award.

D'Amore-McKim School of Business Professor of International Business and Strategy and Group Coordinator Christopher Robertson was recently selected as a Fulbright Scholar, his third time receiving the prestigious honor.

Co-sponsored by the Center for Emerging Markets and Cornell's Emerging Markets Institute the inaugural lecture series, “The Other One Perfect: Indians in America,” was recently held to explore how Indians-Americans came to be so successful in the United States.

Executive Professor of Supply Chain Management Robert Murray explores the potential impacts that the Trump presidency could have on the supply chain industry.

Miranda Beggin, CSSH/DMSB'17, spoke to us about building her ‘wasta' (network in Arabic) and life in Jordan, where she is working on her third co-op as an investment analyst for Oasis500, a seed-stage investment company. Read more about Beggin and be sure to follow @damoremckim Instagram beginning Monday, Oct. 10, for a close-up look at her life on co-op.

Michelle Dunham, MBA'16, reflects on her experiences as a Part-Time MBA student and studying abroad.

Northeastern University President Joseph E. Aoun will receive the International Educator of the Year Award from the Academy of International Business, highlighting Northeastern's commitment to global business learning.

“MSIB is an interesting program where you are able to interact with students from different nationalities, preparing you for your future career in this global world.” says, Beukenboom

Neel Desai, recently named CEO of IDEA, is one of 26 students studying business and entrepreneurship this summer in India as part of Northeastern's “Dialogue of Civilizations” series.