From Mumbai to Manhattan: ISTM student reflects on her journey

...be graduating this spring. In September, 2018 she attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, which is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists. Bhate writes about her...

A First-Class Student

...running “quite smoothly” so far, adding that “because today’s world has an increased focus on cybersecurity, we find the Lerner BAIM students wanting to further reinforce their IT knowledge in...

Lifelong Lerner: Lauren Campo

...very bright. “ In this profile, Campo , a finance and marketing double major, shared her favorite UD memories, how she has changed during her time at UD and her...

What can you do with an economics degree?

...Economics produces well-rounded students with a strong understanding of businesses, markets and financial organizations. In this major, students explore subjects like the role and impact of international trade, the effect...

Blue Hens join Marriott

...a career in a leading global hospitality company of the world,” said Srikanth Beldona, professor of hospitality business management and chair of UD’s hospitality business management department. “Our students are...

5 Tips for Creating a Gender Equitable Workplace

...countries around the world where abuse is far more pervasive than in the “Western” world. Let the numbers tell the story. In 2018, just 4.8% of CEOs in the Fortune...

Guardrails and paradoxes: The dynamic mindset behind successful social enterprises

“As our world cries out for repair, organizations have responded. For-profit businesses are adopting socially responsible programs and practices.” This is how Wendy Smith, Lerner College professor of management, and...

Lifelong Lerner: Josefina Fernandez Davila

As a member of the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics’ Class of 2020, Josefina Fernandez Davila from Peru has not had the typical final semester...

Lifelong Lerner: Luke Meyer

...have encountered. In this profile, Meyer , an international business studies and marketing double major with a Spanish studies minor , shared his favorite UD memories, how he has changed...

Q&A with Romina Kasman: UD Alumna and program coordinator for UNESCO

...for educators (MAEEE) program. In the 2014 article, Kasman discussed her project, “Improving Global Citizenship Education,” which sought to improve financial literacy resources throughout Peru. Then, in 2016, Kasman returned...