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Building businesses piece by piece

Mosaic, a hybrid, collaborative alliance between a range of majors and schools at Northeastern University, continues to grow thanks to student dedication and interest in the entrepreneurial sector.


April 4, 2016

With Dan Gregory (center), the faculty advisor for IDEA, co-director of the Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education, and Mosaic’s lead supporter, are Mosaic student leaders (left to right, top to bottom) Ben Bungert, DMSB’16, Annika Morgan, DMSB’16, Karlo Delos Reyes, E’18, Laura Benedict, SSH’16, Arjun Balaji, CIS’17, Mina Iskarous, E’18, Tammy Eydelman, DMSB’19, Ebryonna Wiggins, L’17, Luke Van Seters, CIS’18, and Ryan Ma, AMD’16.

Northeastern University continues to support and facilitate an environment focused on innovative entrepreneurship with the launch of Mosaic, a student-led organization that helps students, faculty members, and alumni accomplish their business dreams.

Dan Gregory, faculty member of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business and co-director of Northeastern's Center for Entrepreneurship Education, made the lead gift for Mosaic in the fall of 2015. Thanks to additional contributions from other community members, support for the initiative has grown to $425,000.

It’s catalyzing Northeastern’s entrepreneurial ecosystem and fostering partnerships between colleges.

“It’s an exciting time to be part of entrepreneurship here,” said Annika Morgan, DMSB’16, a Mosaic student leader and the Altschuler-​​Meyer CEO for the university's student-run venture accelerator, IDEA.

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