Undergraduate

Twins work to change lives ‘one library at a time’

Seema and Suraj Korumilli co-founded Literacy Movement 4 More in 2013, a nonprofit aimed at promoting literacy through the creation of libraries and the donation of laptops and other school supplies. With a goal of “changing lives one library at a time,” the two have since opened seven libraries around the world.

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D’Amore-McKim hosts 8th annual CUIBE case competition

The D’Amore-McKim School of Business recently held the 8th annual Northeastern University Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education (CUIBE) case competition. Sixty-four students from 16 institutions, including D’Amore-McKim, participated.

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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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On top of the world

Matt Kernan, DMSB’18, was recently featured in Northeastern Magazine for his hiking expeditions, traveling worldwide to reach summit peaks with his father.

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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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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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The keys to Fenway: one student’s co-op with The Red Sox

Josh Svoboda, DMSB/AMD’20, held a graphic design co-op position with The Boston Red Sox from January to June, 2017. As a member of the creative services team, Svoboda combined his business administration and interactive media background to give 100 percent each day, both inside and outside of Fenway’s field.

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Instagram takeover: Min Kim

Min Kim, DMSB'19, is a fourth year marketing major at Northeastern. He is taking over the D'Amore-McKim School of Business Instagram account @damoremckim, giving us a peek through his lens. Read more about why Kim decided to pursue a marketing concentration, how he learned photography, and about his experience on co-op in Hong Kong. Be sure to follow along beginning Monday, June 26, for a close-up look at his life at D'Amore-McKim. 

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Meet the graduates: Miranda Beggin

Miranda Beggin, DMSB’17, SSH’17, experienced working and studying in six countries while at Northeastern University. She recently reflected on her experiences, as she looks toward her future in international development.

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D'Amore-McKim members honored by Northeastern

Northeastern University recently recognized its community members, including many from the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, for their contributions to the school through academics, leadership roles and extracurricular activities.

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Student business owners win big at e-Fest

Johnny Fayad and Ali Kothari, both DMSB’17, recently came in second place at e-Fest, the largest undergraduate entrepreneurship competition, for their business Eat Your Coffee. The co-founders were awarded $50,000 cash, in addition to a $5,000 award for D’Amore-McKim’s entrepreneurship programs.

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