Where Are They Now?

...these students is that if you are interested in a Ph.D. program and your interest does not quite fit in a traditional research subject, this Ph.D. is perfect for you!...

Lifelong Lerner: Gabriel Castro

...Managers Association of America at UD. These gave me outlets for my hobbies and to keep my life and mental health balanced throughout my time. Lerner: What does being a...

Tax Reform: Ask the experts from UD Lerner

...However, Marianiello said, “This discussion barely scratches the surface of the legislation, and there are many pieces left out that are worthy of mention, but it does address the issues...

How I Teach — Business

...if I have never been an athlete? And what the heck does management information systems even mean? Luckily for overwhelmed first-year students, there is Julia Belyavsky Bayuk, an associate professor...

Lifelong Lerner: Emily Brachfeld

...once-in-a-lifetime experience. Q: What does being a “Lifelong Lerner” mean to you? Brachfeld: To continue to be involved with Lerner. I know that Lerner will always be there to help...

Lifelong Lerner: Melanie Ritter

...were online due to the pandemic. Melanie planned numerous events for the club over the past four years and was instrumental in keeping operations going during the virtual semesters. Recently,...

Lifelong Lerner: Allison Worms

...the difficulties in taking classes online and spent extra time meeting me over Zoom to work diligently on the challenging homework and practice problems. She is always energetic and optimistic...

Postponed: Women’s leadership initiative launch

...Leong ‘88, chief executive officer & partner, Hunter Public Relations Bullough and Smith emphasized that the event’s focus on women’s leadership does not signify that only female students should attend....

Lifelong Lerner: Caitlyn Fernandes

...to date. Q: What does being a “Lifelong Lerner” mean to you? Fernandes: Being a Lifelong Lerner means applying a student mentality to everything you do. We can learn something...

Lifelong Lerner: John Koehler

...classmates and a professor who taught us the skills needed to continually adapt with the field as we advance through our careers. Q: What does being a “Lifelong Lerner” mean...