Top X-Culture Placement: A Q&A with Lerner student Jenna von Bradsky

...and, luckily, scored an interview. In July of 2019, I will start full-time as an analyst in HR at Morgan Stanley in NYC, and I could not be more thrilled!...

Lifelong Lerner: Caitlyn Fernandes

...help solve a problem when needed. In addition, her creativity in working on her senior capstone project in business analytics was remarkable, where she generated an idea for a social...

Exploring the LGBTQ Spectrum at UD’s Lerner College

...leads to becoming an engaged member of the community.” “We don’t expect everyone to be marching on Washington every single day,” added Lauren Simek, campus recruiter for KPMG. Actions like...

How Nutrisystem CEO Promotes Gender Equity

...in education and in the workplace? A: I encourage open and candid dialogue between men and women. Too often, women speak almost exclusively with other women about this issue. Too...

Lifelong Lerner: Lauren Campo

...and Noble Bookstore. It was my favorite place to study because, in my opinion, it had the optimal noise level; not too quiet and not too loud. If I needed...

Lifelong Lerner: Grace Branscome

...opportunities for the next generation of Lerner students. Lerner: What are your plans following graduation? Branscome: Currently, I’m looking for an entry-level digital marketing position at agencies in the Philadelphia...

Navigating Your Online Classes

...silly, ask. Nine times out of 10, others in your class have the same question. If you don’t want to ask your question on the full-class discussion board then send...

Blue Hens Learn the Art of Persuasion and Giving

...class donation to $1,200 for Kind to Kids, a local foundation that supports children in foster care. Herzenstein explained the four persuasion techniques the students tested: 1. Foot in the...

The Dreaded Group Project

...start? Dustin Sleesman, assistant professor of management at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, explored this question in an article on team dynamics with John...

Embracing a Growth Mindset in the New Era

...no longer subconsciously avoid calling on some students whose names we don’t recall. Likewise, students’ ability to see each other’s names assists them with networking and community building. Parallel—and Private—In-Class...

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