The annual Northeastern University Huntington 100 ceremony honors students for their achievements in research, co-op, athletics, entrepreneurship, community service, and leadership. Thirteen D’Amore-McKim School of Business students were inducted this year.
Thirteen D’Amore-McKim School of Business students were recently inducted into the Northeastern University Huntington 100, a program that recognizes students who have recorded achievements in research, co-op, athletics, entrepreneurship, community service, and leadership.
Inductees included: Scott Breece, DMSB’19, Madeleine Breed, DMSB’19, Patrizia Cadel, DMSB’19, Charles Doherty, DMSB’19, Michele Kinama, DMSB’19, Mary King, DMSB’19, Min Guy (Shane) Kwak, DMSB’19, Mia Nyugen, DMSB’22, Miracle Olatunji, DMSB/CAMD’23, Preema Patel, DMSB’18, Nataliya Potapenko, DMSB’19, Ghita Sabil, DMSB’20, and Monica Shah, DMSB’19.
Present Aoun addressed the new inductees and focused on their future plans.
“We live in a new world,” he told the students. “There’s an explosion of knowledge, new professions, and new opportunities, and many of what you learn to do will become obsolete. At the same time, what will remain is the ability to reinvent yourselves. And it’s not going to be easy. It’s going to take courage, because in some ways you’re starting from scratch, but that’s what you have done at Northeastern.”
This year’s nominees were selected from a pool of 734 students by a panel of judges including representatives from each college, the Office of Alumni Relations, and the Division of Student Affairs.
Katherine Hayes and Daniel Lim, both DMSB’19, were also recently honored with Compass Awards. The Compass Awards Program recognizes students who demonstrate a true dedication to a core set of values: leadership, volunteerism, academic integrity, and commitment to Northeastern.
Nine Compass Awards are presented each year, one from each undergraduate college and one from Alumni Relations.