“When hiring companies see I have a Bloomberg Market Concept certification, they know I've done my homework and have the skills. This certification is an important asset for any company when hiring a team member, and it put me in a favorable position during my hiring process.” Says Kavan Pandit, MS in Quantitative Finance'22
Current student Omar Mohuddin, DMSB'26, is running for mayor of Woburn, Massachusetts.
It's Northeastern's time to rally together. Annual Giving Day has evolved to become a global participation festival
“Giving Day is the event where the Northeastern community rallies together with their support of our students, faculty, research—the entire global university system,” says Lori Jacques, associate vice president for Northeastern Alumni Relations.
Northeastern student, passionate about social entrepreneurship, wins Pickering International Affairs Fellowship
From the beginning of her educational journey, Katherine Kikta, DMSB'23, understood the value a business degree can provide in terms of financial security. But it wasn't until she found the Northeastern Army ROTC program that the world of possibility began to cleave open.
It's a grueling workday for Luke Zaller, who is working as an analyst during a co-op at Ernst & Young in Singapore. Beginning at 8:30 a.m., he can sometimes work on analyst reports until 10 or 11 p.m. But, Zaller says, the job is preparing him for his future career.
The Summit—the biggest event of the year for WISE—aims to provide students at Northeastern and in the Greater Boston area an opportunity to connect with a diverse group of female and non-binary business founders and entrepreneurs. The theme this year is “Created by Courage.”
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.
Hannah Ung, DMSB'23, a student who has launched a startup, is among the half-dozen Huskies who dominated the Boston awards for young business leaders.
Led by Associate Professor Emeritus of International Business Ray Kinnunen, many cohorts of undergraduate business students have won the Beanpot B-School Case Analysis Competition. While the iconic competition ended in 2009, the impact the experience left on the participating alumni and the school has transcended its run.
D'Amore-McKim School of Business veteran Todd Alessandri has been named the school's new Associate Dean of Undergraduate Programs, effective Aug. 1, 2022. He's leading D'Amore-McKim's undergraduate curricular initiatives and the teams that support students through academic advising, student services, and cooperative education.