Photos to Photos, a free mobile game created by Northeastern alumnus Charles Svirk, DMSB’13, and his business partner Matthew Valich, puts a twist on the popular childhood game Apples to Apples.
Ali Kothari, DMSB’17, was one of more than a dozen entrepreneurs from IDEA-affiliated startups who pitched their ventures to potential investors on Wednesday night at Boston’s new innovation center.
Nick Naraghi, DMSB’15, served as Student Body President last year. Now, the finance student in the D’Amore-McKim School of Business is leading IDEA, Northeastern University’s student-run venture accelerator. Here, Naraghi reflects on his SGA experience and discusses his vision for IDEA and personal interest in entrepreneurship and innovation.
While on co-op in California, fourth-year business major Carlos Villalobos was ‘bitten by the technology bug.’ When he returned to campus, he co-founded Bökeh, a wireless enabled camera lens that connects to the iPhone.
The university will provide an unprecedented $221.4 million in institutional grant aid for the 2014–15 academic year.
Northeastern’s newest “Huntington 100,” a group of extraordinary students selected for their impressive accomplishments and impact both on campus and around the world, was honored last week at a reception with university leaders, faculty, and staff.
Northeastern’s student-run venture accelerator has now granted a half-million dollars in gap funding. Over the past five years, IDEA’s Gap Fund has helped 35 ventures jumpstart or continue their journey to success.
Students and faculty across many disciplines presented their most recent scholarly research, innovative thinking, and entrepreneurial ventures at RISE:2014, Northeastern’s Research, Innovation and Scholarship Expo.
Nutritious coffee bars, healthcare apps, and sleeveless shirts were among the ventures on display Wednesday night at NEXPO, a bi-annual startup showcase highlighting entrepreneurship on campus.
Matt Bilotti, DMSB’15, is a fixture in Boston’s innovation ecosystem, a go-getter who views “every experience as a way to adopt a skill, learn a lesson, or walk away with a new story.”
Entrepreneurs looking to make an impact in the health sciences industry got advice on funding and networking opportunities from experts in a panel discussion last week at Northeastern.
Ariella Sharf, a third-year psychology major, has created a company called Head’s Up for Charity, which has been able to raise money and awareness for several causes around the world. You may be surprised to discover how she came up with the idea.