“Without having a formal education in the field, my knowledge was limited to my experiences. I wanted to learn more about marketing and earn a graduate certificate to provide myself access to more career opportunities in the future.” says Danielle Cochran, Graduate Certificate in Marketing'21
“As I explored how to break into the field, it became clear that an MBA was what I was looking for — a diverse and multifaceted degree that would equip me with the necessary skills to be a consultant.” says Camille Super, MBA'22
The baby formula shortage has left families scrambling to feed their children. Northeastern faculty explain why breastfeeding—or buying breast milk—isn't necessarily an easy solution. Photo by Paul Hennessy/Getty Images
“This experience showed me the true value of experiential learning; there's a significant difference between going to class and hearing about the passing of FDA approval versus being a part of it.” says Priscilla Colon, MBA'22
Smith, who is receiving an MBA, comes from a background in fashion and was nervous about fitting in with the business community. That perspective changed when she started an award-winning business.
“Starting on this path so early meant that I could take classes at a pace that worked for me. I will graduate with my master's, undergrad, and co-op experience, all at an average four-year college pace, which no other university could offer me.” says Lauren Olin, PlusOne MS in Accounting'22
Amanda Brea, who will graduate from Northeastern this spring with a degree in theater and marketing, will leave for the Canary Islands this fall to begin an English teaching position funded by the U.S. Fulbright Student Program.
President Joe Biden has ordered the release of 1 million barrels of oil per day from the country's petroleum stockpile for the next six months to combat the nation's oil crisis as the Russian war in Ukraine marches toward its third month. But some, including two Northeastern professors, question whether Biden was right to do so.
“The overarching purpose of the audit profession inspired me; I wanted to serve the public by building trust in financial systems and institutions.” says Emma Boughton, PlusOne MS in Accounting'21
If the COVID-19 pandemic showed businesses that depend on offshore production anything, it's that one stoppage along these vast delivery channels can propagate across the entire system, Nada Sanders, distinguished professor of supply-chain management at Northeastern, said in the annual Robert D. Klein Lecture on Tuesday.