September 12, 2012
Two Northeastern alumni—Richard D’Amore, BA’76, and Alan McKim, MBA’88—have joined forces to make the largest philanthropic investment in the university’s history. As a result of their combined $60 million gift, Northeastern’s College of Business Administration will become the D’Amore-McKim School of Business. It will be the first college or school to be named at Northeastern.
January 25, 2012
Thanks to a generous gift from Michael Gries, BA’77, and Dr. Deborah Shomberg Gries, PAH’77, Northeastern University has united two campus programs by replacing its aging sports medicine and strength-conditioning facilities with the Michael and Dr. Deborah Gries Center for Sports Medicine and Performance.
December 15, 2011
Worth magazine has named Northeastern one of "The 10 Most Fiscally Responsible Nonprofit Organizations," showcasing the university's financial health and commitment to programming. Worth recognized Northeastern's landmark fiscal year 2011, when five colleges received gifts of $1 million or more from new donors, and over 2,100 first-time donors joined the pipeline, an increase of more than 17 percent from the previous year.
November 7, 2011
Marlene Goldstein has invested $2 million to name a new simulation suite in the Bouvé College of Health Sciences in memory of her late husband, Arnold S. Goldstein, P’61, PhD’90.
July 20, 2011
Arthur W. Zafiropoulo, founder, CEO, and chairman of Ultratech, Inc., has provided a $2.5 million gift to establish a new endowed faculty chair in the College of Engineering at Northeastern University.
Northeastern sets new fundraising record
July 9, 2011
Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security opens
September 22, 2011
$5 million investment strengthens Northeastern's entrepreneurial edge
February 16, 2011
Revitalizing a building and a student culture
January 20, 2011