Women at D'Amore-McKim

“By pursuing a master's in accounting I could specialize in tax accounting. I've always loved helping people, and in taxation, I can use my affinity for numbers to help clients.” says Emma Woodman, MS in Accounting‘21

Moscow's famed cyber prowess may not be as sophisticated as people believe, say Northeastern experts. And, Russia may not have the appetite to launch a digital war on top of a traditional one with tanks and bombs. “They don't want a war on two fronts if they don't have to,” says global strategy professor Luis Dau.

Spencer Fung, who runs a Hong Kong-based supply-chain manager, spoke to Northeastern students about the future of the global supply chain as businesses contend with a host of disruptions—from the continued rise of e-commerce to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Global corporations seeking to reduce their carbon footprint and support social-justice programs should place women on their boards of directors to better implement those changes, according to recent research by a Northeastern international business associate professor.

Feltner outplayed 33 other college students and to make it to the Jeopardy! National College Championship finals—and, because the episodes are filmed in advance, Feltner got to enjoy her final run with friends and family at a watch-party on the Boston campus Tuesday night.

Northeastern student Elizabeth Feltner has a chance at winning $250,000 after a tense Friday night tie-breaker during the “Jeopardy!” National College Championships. Feltner beat more than 30 other college students to advance to the final game on Tuesday at 8 p.m.

An Adidas ad for its new line of sports bras, featuring a photo grid of topless women, made a splash online recently, prompting a mix of praise and criticism. But it may not be so black-and-white. Northeastern experts in body image and marketing weigh the pros and cons.

Northeastern business administration and political science major Elizabeth Feltner had her birthday wish come true last September, when she was told she'd be a contestant on the “Jeopardy!” National College Championship. The prime-time broadcast starts tonight (February 8, 2022) at 8p.m. on ABC.

Madison Mailey, DMSB'18, a former rowing star at Northeastern, will row in the Olympics for Canada this year.

From a global social entrepreneurship course, Natasha Ibori was inspired to build her venture, Uwana Energy, an Innovator Award winner.