Awards and Recognition

Northeastern University ranks among the Top 40 research universities in the country and has made one of the biggest rankings leaps of any in the Top 100. A big part of that success is the D'Amore-McKim School of Business. Leading the world in front-line business education. Boasting exceptional undergraduate and graduate programs. Featuring a distinguished faculty and diverse, energetic student body. And cultivating a pioneering entrepreneurial ecosystem. D'Amore-McKim is meant for those who truly want to become more.

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Awards and Recognition News

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IDEA named one of Bostinno’s 50 on Fire 2017

Northeastern University’s Student-Run Venture Accelerator, IDEA, was recently named a Bostinno 50 on Fire winner at the media company’s annual event. Four winners, including IDEA, were selected out of the 14 nominees in the education arena.

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D’Amore-McKim Dean: ’Our future is bright and our dreams are big’

Northeastern University formally installed Raj Echambadi as the inaugural Dunton Family Dean of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business on Wednesday night. Echambadi addressed the crowd comprised of family, friends, faculty, staff, university leaders, and students, highlighting the future of the business school and its power to inspire dreams.

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Empower Co-Chairs reflect on successful campaign, bright future

Northeastern University launched Empower in 2013, a fundraising campaign set to shape the future of learning, teaching, and discovery at the university by supporting students, faculty, and innovation, in research and education. Co-chairs of Empower Richard D’Amore, BA’76, and Alan McKim, MBA’88 recently sat down with News@Northeastern to talk about the success of the campaign and its future.

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Meet the pack: Jim Madigan

Jim Madigan, DMSB'86, has been the head coach of Northeastern University's Men's Hockey since 2011, but his history with the sport goes back to his early life, first picking up a hockey stick at age four. Recently named the first Fernie Flaman Endowed Hockey Coach, Madigan reflects below on his career at Northeastern and his time spent playing and coaching in the sport he loves.

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