Faculty/Staff Current Students

At the intersection of work and family how do we define our identities

D’Amore-McKim School of Business Professor Jamie Ladge has spent her career studying how working professionals view their identities in the office and at home—and how these identities often intersect. Her recently published research examines the dynamics of how different groups of working professionals view and manage their identities.

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MBA Students Dive Deep in D.C.

Liz Lupton, MBA‘18, describes her experiences at The Washington Campus, a week-long immersive program where students have the opportunity to see firsthand how government and business work together.

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Startup brings virtual reality tours to apartment hunting

Don't you wish the apartment photos you saw online matched the in-person showing? Cameron Billings, DMSB'16, and John Puma, DMSB'17, founded Wizio, to make that a possibility. Their startup provides virtual reality tours of rental properties using high-definition 360-degree photography.

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In the Media

Ladge selected as 2018 Kanter Award finalist

Jamie Ladge's co-authored research has been selected as a finalist for the 2018 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research by the Center for Families at Purdue University. The nominees were selected via a very rigorous process. A committee of over 60 leading scholars, examined over 2500 articles published in 83 leading English-language journals from around the world.

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Northeastern recognized for excellence in fostering entrepreneurship

Northeastern University was honored Tuesday night with this year’s Entrepreneurial University Award at the Deshpande Symposium for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Higher Education. The award is presented annually to an institution that “demonstrates overall excellence in innovation and entrepreneurship.”

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