A Day in the Life of an MBA Student

...have 18 student tour guides that report to me directly, and they act as ambassadors to our college and help prospective students learn a little bit more about what we...

What I Love About My Major: Marketing

...Alayna Hernandez: So in choosing my major I actually didn’t know what I wanted to do. I know in high school that I wanted to do something a little bit...

Stock Market Game Winners

...we were confused and didn’t really understand it but after a week we got the hang of it.” The elementary division was incredibly close this year, with only $171 separating...

Teaching children to save early

...mostly because these things weren’t talked about when I was in school. You had to either learn it on your own or hope that your family would teach you something...

What is the economic forecast for 2019?

...David Lyons thought that Delaware was important. David Lyons thought that his community was important. David Lyons thought that his friends were important. David Lyons thought that his clients at...

Stay more, pay more?

...hotel managers also expressed anxiety over guests who book longer stays in order to get a cheaper nightly rate, then check out well ahead of their original check-out date. Riasi,...

Lerner Graduate Student Stories: Larynette Ndah

...has impacted her both personally and professionally. Q: Why did you go back to pursue your graduate degree? Why did you choose the Lerner College for your studies? Ndah: I...

How the blockchain will impact the financial sector

...on actual capabilities of the tech rather than its widely hyped and generally overstated capabilities,” Walch said. “Permissioned blockchains, which are the variation most likely to be used for financial...

Bintong Chen

...Y. Xia, B. Chen, and P. Kouvelis, “Market-based supply chain coordination by matching suppliers’ cost structures with buyers’ order profiles”, Management Science 54, (2008), 1861-1875. J. Yue, B. Chen, and...

Students create impressive portfolios and beat S&P 500

From February to May, more than 1,500 students in fourth through 12th grades diligently researched public companies and traded stocks as part of the Delaware Stock Market Game (SMG). Striving...