Frontier Market Scouts: Interview with Christopher Woodward


Chris is a Double Husky– graduating twice from the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, he earned a Bachelors degree in 2011 and an MBA in January 2015. He is passionate about using his financial background to address climate change, economic growth, and poverty alleviation. When did you graduate from Northeastern’s undergraduate program and what have you been […]

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The Economics of Justice


By Vincent Armentano As an econ major, I felt right at home as Dr. Cahn commenced his presentation. An older gentleman with a welcoming voice, he spoke in terms that have become second nature to me; scarcity, demand, price and exchange. These concepts are typically an economist’s bread and butter. Dr. Cahn recited a familiar logic […]

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Alternative Spring Break: The Dominican Republic


By Aekta Shah & Katerina Stephan As the early morning fog dissipated into scattered rays of Caribbean sunshine, 16 sleepy-eyed college students devoured their bowls of Haitian-style oatmeal, soaking up the welcomed, unfamiliar warmth, and watching as a slender man herded his cows through the stream below. It was serene. It was paradise. It was Spring […]

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A Trip to Appalachia

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Advanced Studies in Social Enterprise Capstone to Tennessee By Sydney Banks On March 7th, fourteen Northeastern students enrolled in ENTR4506, “Advanced Studies in Social Entrepreneurship,” traveled to Tennessee and Kentucky to take part in a week-long field visit to social enterprises and social entrepreneurial communities in both urban Nashville and rural Appalachia. In the past, this capstone course […]

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Tough Decisions


Graduates with Social Enterprise Ambitions By Dr. Gordon K Adomdza, Executive Professor It’s close to another graduation ceremony and many students who have experienced the power of social impact and social enterprise in doing good are faced with the usual dilemma; should they take that well-paying, less “social”, job? After all, it’s in their field of study. […]

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A Nobel Prize for Business?


By Professor Dennis R. Shaughnessy My social enterprise and honors students have been working on a new assignment this term. The gist: Why isn’t there a Nobel Prize for Business? If there were to be one in the future, what would it look like and who should win it? The Nobel Prize has been awarded in Sweden […]

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