An organization co-founded by Northeastern alumnus Ben Kneppers has support from venture accelerator programs at Northeastern and in Chile to turn trash from the South American country’s communities and coastline into a sustainable business.
This guest post was written by Joe Ciccolo, a 2004 Criminal Justice graduate and an accomplished expert in building enterprise risk management functions. He now serves as a financial regulatory consultant […]
Following the launch of its Empower campaign, Northeastern continues to surpass its fundraising goals, having tripled its annual average since 2005.
On a Dialogue of Civilizations program in South Africa this summer, students worked closely with local entrepreneurs to deliver sustainable and socially responsible solutions for a variety of challenges facing their businesses.
As part of Northeastern’s inaugural Dialogue of Innovation and Civilization program, students conducted fieldwork and developed innovative, engineering-based solutions to the economic and agricultural challenges facing local farmers in Cameroon.
Incoming first-year student Sean Burris has already started his first venture, and he is looking forward to exploring his entrepreneurial spirit at Northeastern.
Northeastern’s entrepreneurial success is predicated largely on the diligent work of students, who lead organizations like the E-Club and the IDEA venture accelerator.
Northeastern alumnus Abhi Nangia and current student Daniel Garafulic co-founded reweave, an organization creating a holistic social impact network that helps passionate people and social enterprises be better, together.
Two Northeastern alumni entrepreneurs unveiled their mobile produce market on Thursday that aims to bring healthy food to underserved areas of Boston.
Northeastern alumnus Greg Skloot’s event management software startup began as a student project but has quickly turned into a million dollar business.
A record number of Northeastern alumni have been selected as global finalists in the MassChallenge 2013 Accelerator Program.
The answer is yes, according to Michael Gasiorek, a fourth-year student in the Bachelor of Science in International Business program who is spending two years studying and working in China.