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Instagram takeover: The Amerikaan dream

Kaan Donmez, DMSB'18, is taking over our Instagram account this week, reflecting on his co-op and student-life experiences during the last five years. Kaan moved to the U.S. during high school and has been on his quest for the American dream ever since. He is currently on co-op in Silicon Valley, California. Read more about Donmez here and be sure to follow @damoremckim Instagram beginning Monday, September 25, for a close-up look at his life at D'Amore-McKim.

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Bart named a Poets&Quants for Undergraduates top 40 professor

Yakov Bart, assistant professor of marketing at the D’Amore-McKim School of Business was recently named to the Poets&Quants for Undergraduates Top 40 undergraduate business professors list. Bart’s placement on the list highlights his commitment to bringing real-world experience and relevance into the classroom.

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In the Media

Broken dreams

Amir Grinstein comments on the dissatisfaction many U.S. postdoctoral program members feel due to the lack of tenure-track positions and stiff competition for Naturejobs.

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Foodie lands five-star business co-op at one of Boston’s top restaurants

Harper Vickery, DMSB’20, fused her love of food and her business background while working with Daniele Mathras, D’Amore-McKim School of Business assistant professor of marketing, on research examining food as a means of social change. The work ultimately led to her first co-op at Strega, a Boston-based restaurant and café line. She is the first Northeastern University student to hold this co-op position.

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After 52 years at Northeastern, Professor Dan McCarthy retires

Dan McCarthy, Northeastern University Distinguished professor and Alan S. McKim and Richard A. D’Amore Distinguished Professor of Global Management and Innovation, retired from Northeastern University this June after 52 years of teaching, writing, mentoring, and developing innovative programs for the D’Amore-McKim School of Business.

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The battle of the bundle: What I learned from my mother’s partial hip replacement

Timothy Hoff, D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor of Management, Healthcare Systems, and Health Policy, recently released a first-account narrative in Health Affairs that details his family’s experience with Medicare’s bundle payment program for hip replacements. His perspective as a healthcare policy expert and son are chronicled in this article and podcast that examines his mother’s fall, surgery, care, and aftercare experience.

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Leadership lessons from White House turnover

D’Amore-McKim School of Business professor Parker Ellen, an expert in leadership and organizational politics, comments on recent White House staff changes and the impact that constant adjustments can have on an organizational culture.

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What a Trump tweet means for the stock market

In the following post, D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Jeffery Born answers questions about his recent research that examines the impact that tweets from President Donald Trump have on a Semi-Strong Form (SSF) Efficient Market.

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