Fred J. DeMicco

...ARAMARK for four Summer Olympics – Atlanta, Australia, Athens and Beijing. He completed his Ph.D. in hotel, restaurant and institutional management at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. In 1996,...

Joanne Jung-Eun Yoo

...Her educational background is also very global – she has earned degrees in South Korea (BA), Australia (MBA) and Hong Kong (Ph.D.) As an HSBM faculty member, she teaches cross-cultural...

What I Love About Lerner

...computers. There’s also opportunities to get Bloomberg certification. Kristine Lim: My favorite experience that I’ve had was getting to study abroad in Australia and Singapore so I took classes for...

World Class Connections

...corporations during visits to Thailand and Australia in January. The business administration and finance study abroad program is led by husband and wife duo Sandy and Andy Fields, both of...

47 years and counting at the Lerner College

...career so far include his experience leading 15 UD winter study abroad programs. Ten of these programs were in Europe and five were in Australia and New Zealand. “Those are...

My Summer Internship: Alexander Pugliese

...can tell you is that it is expensive to buy a private jet (anywhere from $2 – $100 million), but it is very expensive to operate a private jet, since...

UD student founds company to help students save on textbooks

...had to be a better way to buy and sell textbooks. Jannuzzio, a finance major, started his company, BookBandit, in 2016, with the goal of making buying textbooks easier and...

Lerner honors Delaware youths for investing skills

...Carlos Asarta, director of the CEEE. “They get a primer on investing, and then they make decisions on what to buy. If you look at the returns, some of them...

Beware of Black Friday deals that can make you spend more

...company to offer some consumers $3 discounts and others $3 promotional credits. Consumers with credit “were more likely to go back and buy more ice cream because they felt the...

Meaningful Economics competition makes economics fun

Parents buy pencils. Teachers buy pencils. Students, however, never seem to have pencils. Where do they all go? Students from around the state of Delaware were challenged to solve this...