Screenshot of speakers at webinar The Game Must Go On - This installment of Lerner’s Lifelong Webinar Series featured a professional deep-dive into the current landscape of the sports industry.
An East-West Collaboration - This semester, 174 students will study in a new joint collaboration, the SWUFE-UD Joint Educational Institute of Data Science.
Hackers may be motivated by more than just money, according to new research from UD’s John D’Arcy. How Faking Social Responsibility May Get Companies Hacked - New research from University of Delaware Lerner College Professor John D’Arcy suggests that some hackers may be motivated by disappointment in a company’s attempts to fake social responsibility.
As this graph demonstrates, the majority of board directors and board leaders are white men. New research from Laura Field digs deeper into this issue. The Top of the Glass Ceiling - New research from Donald J. Puglisi Professor of Finance Laura Field found that diverse corporate board directors are less likely to serve in leadership positions despite having stronger qualifications.
Lerner faculty members Vincent DiFelice (top left), Julia Bayuk (top right), Michal Herzenstein (bottom left) and Derron Bishop (bottom right) join the Lerner Online Teaching Virtual Showcase from their homes. Just in Time Learning - UD’s Lerner College hosted an Online Teaching Virtual Showcase for faculty to share and prepare for the fall semester.
Lifelong Lerner webinar series with a laptop Lifelong Lerner Webinar Series - The Lifelong Lerner Webinar Series addresses today’s top business challenges with Lerner expertise, pairing evidenced-based research with practical application.
Horizontal side view of a lonely yellow flower growing on dried cracked soil 6 Strategies for Helping Your Team Survive a Crisis - Research from UD management Professor Sal Mistry explores how to build and maintain teams that will bounce back from adversity.
Dipti poses with other students in a collage Lerner Graduate Student Stories: Dipti Dighe - Dipti Dighe is an MBA in business analytics candidate at UD’s Lerner College. Dighe shared how this program has impacted her and what she plans to do next.
Will You Be Our Business Partner? - At the 2020 Carol A. Ammon Case Competition, graduate students from the Lerner College formu-lated viable business plans for Rosewood Farms, a family-owned wedding venue.
Shaping the Future in the Present - In a field study spanning a decade, UD’s Shubha Patvardhan studied one pioneering company’s actions to show how they shaped the future of their industry.