The Business of Being Global

Making Global Business Fly

Globalization enables businesses to pursue the best ideas from around the world, putting a premium on entrepreneurial leaders who think beyond borders and have a big-picture grasp of how business works—in New York, Beijing, and all points in between. Increasingly, students from across the globe are coming to Northeastern for just that combination. Meet eight of them.


Rocket Man!

Physics and math major Justin Dowd gets set to experience space, the final frontier.



Unlocking the Secrets of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Assistant professor Matthew Goodwin uses a computational approach to ASD.


What You Didn’t Know About Jackie O

Jackie After O: One Remarkable Year When Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Defied Expectations and Rediscovered Her dreams, by Tina Cassidy, AS’92.



From 1955: Northeastern’s own Mad Men on advertising co-ops in New York City.


Our World to Shape

Our students benefit from a unique educational experience, and, as a result, our graduates are nimble, multifaceted, entrepreneurial, flexible, and global.

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