Four students in Northeastern’s Huntington Management Consulting group placed first at the Marketing Summit at Wake Forest University last weekend.
On Wednesday, the Faculty Senate discussed eventually altering Northeastern University’s core curriculum to better describe the liberal education undergraduate students receive.
Alexis Ohanian, who Forbes dubbed “The Mayor of the Internet,” during a campus lecture Tuesday evening encouraged Northeastern students to use the Internet to spread their ideas.
Kara Miller, host of WGBH radio’s Innovation Hub, discussed the increasing popularity of entrepreneurship in the latest installment of the Pathways to Entrepreneurship Speaker Series.
The university-wide launch of Northeastern’s $1 billion campaign served as the centerpiece of Homecoming Weekend, which brought together generations of alumni, along with current students, faculty, and staff to celebrate and showcase their Husky pride.
Next week, Northeastern will host a series of workshops, venture expos, and other events that celebrate innovators and stimulate entrepreneurial spirit by sharing expertise and inspiring others to create their own startups.
Martin Dias, assistant professor in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, discusses how information sharing around public safety has evolved in recent years and the benefits and challenges of what he describes as “crowdsourcing public safety.”
Northeastern alumnus Greg Skloot’s event management software startup began as a student project but has quickly turned into a million dollar business.
Michael Creegan, who graduated from the Bachelor of Science in International Business program in the spring, says his academic experience at Northeastern has prepared him for a career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Entrepreneurs with ties to Northeastern got the chance to pitch their business ideas to potential investors and mentors on Wednesday night at IDEA’s biannual Pitch-a-thon.
Professor Gary Young and his colleagues at Northeastern are the first in the nation to analyze hospitals’ community benefits practices, which are intimately linked with their tax-exempt status.
Alumni Richard D’Amore and Alan McKim gave $60 million to name the D’Amore-McKim School of Business placing them among the nation’s most generous donors.