D’AMORE-MCKIM SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
PREPARING BUSINESS LEADERS AND PROFESSIONALS FOR THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
What does it mean for a business school to become a global thought leader, education innovator, and engine of the new world economy? What will it take, and why does it matter?
Thanks to a historic, $60 million gift from alumni Richard D’Amore, DMSB’76, and Alan S. McKim, DMSB’88—a game-changing investment in Northeastern University—we can be that business school. But we will need support from the entire Northeastern community to fully realize our vision.
- Building upon our global business expertise and our achievement in use-inspired research, we will recruit and retain the best, most forward-thinking international business faculty in the world;
- By expanding our nationally ranked entrepreneurial ecosystem, we will nurture an entrepreneurial mindset across Northeastern’s nine colleges and schools;
- Creating next-generation, experiential, “hybrid” learning models—in person, online, and around the world—we will deliver cost-efficient professional-degree and non-degree executive education for lifelong learners and leaders;
- Building on our fundamental strengths, we will invest in exceptional faculty. Talented students. Facilities designed to anticipate the future. And dynamic centers of research and discovery.
Join us in this historic campaign to redefine business—and business education—for tomorrow’s students and professionals.
“For more than 90 years, the D’Amore-McKim School of Business has developed business professionals who shape our economy and society through lives of insight, ingenuity, and impact. Today, this campaign is empowering our supporters to shape the school’s future. Your investments in world-class faculty, entrepreneurial students, and innovative research and educational programming, will secure the D’Amore-McKim School’s rightful place among the world’s top business schools.”
—Hugh Courtney, Dean
To learn how you can become a leadership supporter of Northeastern’s Empower campaign and the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, contact:
Associate Dean of Development