All News

Meet the Pack: Casey O'Neill

We recently spoke with Casey O'Neill, S'11, MS'16, about her experiences at D'Amore-McKim and how the program helped shape her career. O'Neill is currently a Product Developer for Boston Beer Company, where she started as an undergraduate student on co-op.

Read More

Highlights from Full-Time MBA Orientation 2016

In late August, new Full-Time MBA students participated in a week-long orientation that brought them together for the first time in the classroom, on a ropes course, and even consulting with a local NGO. See the beginning of something great for the MBA Class of 2018!

 

Read More

The next John Mayer? Northeastern student climbs iTunes charts

Dylan Rockoffs’s first album These Old Streets made the iTunes top 10 Singer/Songwriter chart when it was first released in April 2016. Rockoff, DMSB’18 has been touring with Boston-based band Tipling Rock, with his last performance slated for tonight at The Red Room at Café 939.

Read More

Instagram takeover: Michelle Dunham

Michelle Dunham, MBA'16, is a recent graduate of the Part-Time MBA program at Northeastern's D'Amore-McKim School of Business. Dunham is taking over the D'Amore-McKim Instagram account Sept. 12-18, reflecting on her experience as a Part-Time MBA student. Follow along starting Monday, Sept. 12!

Read More

Student Voices: Yuliya Bass

Yuliya Bass, MBA'16, Finance Track, was the student speaker at the 2016 D'Amore-McKim School of Business graduation ceremony. Profiled for our "student voices" series, Bass spoke about her experiences at D'Amore-McKim, her corporate residency and her future plans.

Read More

Newest MS in Accounting/MBA cohort visits Global Six

The 52nd cohort of the Graduate School of Professional Accounting had their first visit with one of the six leading accounting firms in the world. This meeting is just one of many interactions in the program between students and potential future employers, highlighting the program’s emphasis on incorporating global, experiential learning alongside rigorous academics in the classroom.

Read More

3Q:s What the Lochte saga can teach us about branding

D’Amore-McKim School of Business associate professor and marketing group coordinator Bruce Clark, shares his insight on how celebrity scandals, such as the recent situation involving Olympian Ryan Lochte at the Rio de Janeiro games, can impact branding and company sponsorship.

Read More

EpiPen pricing debacle and its impact on patients, insurers

A recent spike in the price of EpiPen, a treatment for severe allergic reactions, has caused controversy across the United States, with many now unable to afford the life-saving treatment. Three Northeastern faculty members weighed in on the change, including D’Amore-McKim School of Business professor Gary Young.

Read More

3Qs: The cat and mouse game of blocking digital ads

Assistant Professor of marketing for the D’Amore-McKim School of Business Yakov Bart recently discussed the changing face of ad-blocking software on social and digital media, a critical player in how users interact with advertisement experiences.

Read More

Dreamfuel secures spots for Olympic athletes in Rio 2016

Dreamfuel, an IDEA venture founded by Emily White, AS’05, is a crowdfunding organization created for athletes of all levels to launch and secure fundraising campaigns in order to compete, travel and train. Dreamfuel helped Olympic gold medalist Anthony Ervin travel to Rio this summer.

Read More

3Qs: Social media and the success of viral campaigns

D’Amore-McKim assistant professor of marketing Yakov Bart recently discussed the phenomenon of social media campaigns and their impact on real causes, such as the findings attributed to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, leading to the discovery of three genes that can be linked to the disease.

Read More