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D’Amore-McKim School of Business: Challenge of the Colleges
Fun Fact: D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern University is the reigning champions of the challenge of the colleges competition! What better way to celebrate 100 years of experience powered learning than by holding the title on our centennial year! Support. https://bit.ly/3rqizAO
NEOMA Business School recieves the “Innovations that Inspire“ Award
For the 3rd time, #NEOMAbs receives the “Innovations that Inspire” award from the prestigious American organization AACSB for its “Interactive Learning” courses. “NEOMA Business School, through its #iLearning courses, is opening up new and inspiring perspectives in terms of pedagogical innovations” says Caryn Beck-Dudley, President and CEO of AACSB.
These “new generation” courses are based on the production codes of films and series. “Our biggest competitor in online education is the video-on-demand providers. So we have to offer similar quality content that is engaging and enjoyable,” explains Alain Goudey, the school’s Digital Director.
Comillas Dual Degree Students Participation the in International Business Weekend
This weekend our Administration and Management students with International Mention (E-4) attended the “International Business Weekend”, in which they met with students from all over the world, belonging to the ICADE partner universities of the IPBS network (International Partnership of Business Schools). This year, the event was held in Alicante, and as is tradition, they competed in different categories of sports, in which ICADE triumphed taking gold in football, volleyball, and cheerleading.
DCU Business School students participation in the Innovator’s Toolkit module.
DCU Business School second-year business students recently participated in the Innovator’s Toolkit module, where they proposed #innovative solutions to solve real-life problems presented by an organization. This year, we had the privilege of partnering with HP to tackle a sustainability challenge. Out of the ten groups that were selected to pitch their creative ideas in front of a panel of HP executives, one team emerged as the winner, and we couldn’t be prouder of them! Congratulations to our #Marketing, #Innovation, and #Technology (MINT) students, Ava Gale Murphy, Beth Wyer, Kate Skelly, Olivia Hope Allen, Ruby Rowen, and Sophie Kirwan, for being selected by HP.
The Innovator’s Toolkit module is a key component of our business degree programmes, which aims to equip our students with the tools they need to succeed in the innovation process. It’s not just about generating ideas; it’s about demystifying the entire process, and making it accessible to everyone.
As a token of appreciation, the winning team received HP laptops for their outstanding efforts. We are so proud of our students, and we can’t wait to see what innovative solutions they come up with next!
D’Amore-McKim School of Business at Northeastern students in the Huntington list.
22 D’Amore-McKim students named to this year’s Huntington 100 list! https://lnkd.in/eYPWC4XE
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