Congratulations to the MSL Class of 2020!

The MSL Class of 2020, comprised of nearly 90 residential and online students, has officially graduated! This year’s graduating class was special in more ways than we can count, but a few attributes that make the class unforgettable include their tenacity, resilience, confidence, and camaraderie displayed throughout the program – oh, and completing their degrees […]

MSL Career Advisors Share Interviewing Tips

Evan Goldberg and I recently gave a presentation to MSL students about best practices for preparing for interviews. Whether you’re interviewing for an internship, full-time position, or graduate school, you might want to keep the following tips in mind! Before the interview, be sure to review your resume and know everything that’s on it – […]

MSL Student Cristina Craig (MSL ’20) Discusses Using Artificial Intelligence to Help Bring Pharmaceuticals to Market

I wrote the following piece for my class last term, “Assessing Artificial Intelligence and Computational Technologies,” which was taught by Professor Daniel Linna. In class, we identified and assessed business opportunities and societal risks/benefits associated with AI. We were assigned to write a short essay styled as a blog post on a topic related to […]

#MSLGoesSocial Week Highlights

Earlier this year, we held the first-ever MSL Goes Social Week, which included a number of activities designed to increase external awareness of the MSL program. One component of the week was a student-inspired social outreach campaign, during which MSL students, faculty, alumni, and staff used social media channels to share thoughts about the MSL […]

The MSL Staff Reflects on Industry Associates Night 2020: Virtual Edition

Industry Associates Night is always one of the biggest MSL events of the year, but this year, the MSL Program hosted the first ever virtual Industry Associates Night on Friday, April 17, 2020. The event featured seven amazing panelists across a variety of industries,  including consulting, privacy, medicine, venture capital, food safety, intellectual property, and […]

MSL Students Participate in Northwestern Hackathon

This past February, Northwestern held the first-ever NU Health Hacks healthcare hackathon at Feinberg’s McGaw Pavilion and the new Simpson Querrey Biomedical Research Center. The inaugural event brought Northwestern Pritzker law students together with students from the Feinberg School of Medicine, the Kellogg School of Management, the McCormick School of Engineering, and the Weinberg College […]