Jennifer Joe Diversity and business success go hand-in-hand - Lerner's Chief Diversity Advocate Jennifer Joe speaks to a Delaware Small Business Development Center and Delaware Business Times roundtable about the importance of diversity in the workplace.
Trust management minor inaugural class. Closing the Skills Gap - UD's trust management minor at the Lerner College of Business and Economics was recognized as a forward-looking initiative to help bridge the gap in the trust management industry. This collaborative effort created a program that defines success for both students and participating companies.
Political Polarization: Challenges, Opportunities and Hope - Marketing professor Meryl Gardner’s latest research gets to the heart of the rise in political polarization and its far-reaching impacts on consumer welfare, government and corporations.
Blue Hens Revolutionize Precursor to Machine Learning - In 1970, then University of Delaware professor Arthur Hoerl and his colleague UD alumnus Robert “Bob” Kennard developed ridge regression, a now world-famous statistical methodology that has withstood the test of time and revolutionized statistical modeling, leading to various machine learning methods popular today.
2021 Summer Travel Outlook: Cautiously Optimistic - With COVID-19 restrictions easing up, UD Hospitality Professors Sheryl Kline, Sri Beldona and Robert Nelson predict a “cautiously optimistic" 2021 Summer Travel Season outlook.
Embracing a Growth Mindset in the New Era - This guest post on embracing a growth mindset in improving both online and in-person teaching can open up new opportunities in the classroom was written by Assistant Professor of Finance Max Dolinsky.
What’s ON in Higher Ed? - Kathryn Berkow, assistant professor of management information systems in UD's Lerner College, launched a new podcast for educators this year, “ON Cultivating Student Engagement in Higher Ed.” 
Lerner Faculty: Top Research Journal Articles in 2020 - Over 20 faculty from the Lerner College conducted research in a diversity of areas and appeared in top journals in their respective fields in 2020.
Lifelong Lerner webinar series with a laptop Lifelong Lerner Webinar: AI and Healthcare Outcomes - Join us for the next Lifelong Lerner Webinar: Artificial Intelligence and Healthcare Outcomes on Thursday, April 15 for a discussion on the growing importance of AI in the healthcare industry.
This year’s Carol A. Ammon Case Competition focused on the 1914 Imperial Expedition of Ernest Shackleton and his crew on the Endurance. 2021 Carol A. Ammon Case Competition - The Carol A. Ammon Case Competition was held virtually for the first time this year, offering Lerner graduate students the opportunity to put their business skills to the test.