Conditional Admission Program (CAP)

...initial placement: Level I (Absolute Beginner): 12-16 months Level II (High Beginner): 10-14 months Level III (Intermediate): 8-10 months Level IV (High Intermediate): 6-8 months Level V (Advanced): 4-6 months...

Q&A with Jonathan Tisch: The power of we

...truly participates in community. In terms of the industry that I’ve worked in for the past four decades, I look up to people like Bill Marriott and Ian Schrager and...

What is the Lerner opportunity?

...not a simulation. It’s not a replication of what you’ll be doing in the real world. This is the real deal. Opportunity is incorporated into everything we do. Opportunity, Inc....

Forecasting the 2019 Economy

...who is in the room when policy is made and can share insights about the Board’s internal machinations, is remarkable. For businesses, Fed policy is of utmost importance as it...

Enhanced Support for Entrepreneurs

...local community. “Integrating our programming in this way will enable UD to “punch above its weight class” in moving inventions from the lab to the marketplace,” said Freeman. “It also...

Sept. 24: Taste of Newark 2017

...$50 each if purchased before the event or $60 at the door. They are limited and are expected to sell out quickly. Buy tickets to Taste of Newark online here....

Teaching Children to Save Money Early is Key

...works. Students all agreed that saving money in the bank, where it could gain interest and remain safe, was better than stashing it in a special hiding place at home....

What is the economic forecast for 2019?

...money, companies didn’t invest in equipment or employees. Instead, they participated in stock buybacks. The U.S. debt is growing and the U.S. is spending $80 billion more than it brings...

Lerner freshmen compete in pitch competition

...spinners that were popular when they were in grade school. The team pitches “Sport Pens” as an impulse buy, a product that doesn’t provide a tangible benefit but is something...

Blue Hens Learn the Art of Persuasion and Giving

...amount. The name of this concept comes from the idea that if a persuader starts with an unreasonable request, it is expected that the recipient will say no and metaphorically...