Lerner Graduate Student Stories: Larynette Ndah

...went back to pursue a graduate degree because I was interested in exploring other career paths. I have a bachelor of science in chemical engineering and I enjoyed working with...

Super Bowl XVII ads: Many challenges, questions and uncertainties

...far the largest TV viewing audience, but most of these viewers actually want to see the advertisements. In fact, some estimates suggest as many as 50 percent of viewers would...

Fast-Forwarding Through Ads?

...the ways that TV networks can use social media to encourage more people to watch live. “TV networks can’t stop simultaneous use of multiple screens, the phone and the television,...

Delaware Personal Finance Challenge

...and buying goods and services, saving and financial investing. The two top-scoring teams after those three rounds advance to the final quiz bowl round where they vie to be the...

What can you do with an economics degree?

...their studies, while Bachelor of Science (B.S.) economics majors focus on demonstrating proficiency in mathematics and quantitative skills. Apart from the variation in math and language requirements, the degrees are...

Mini-society training

...opportunity, consumer issues and values. Through Mini-Society, created by former UCLA professor Marilyn L. Kourilsky, young students explore the roles of civil servants, entrepreneurs and consumers, and open their own...

Tackling a $30 billion-dollar problem

...expected to reach $31.67 billion by 2020. “Accurate fraud prevention/detection tools do exist, such as various secondary verification (2V) techniques” Bintong Chen continued. “In fact, these more effective tools are...

Phi Chi Theta

Students at the University of Delaware’s Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics have almost 30 unique student groups that they can choose to join. In each installment of this...

Kent D. Messer

...Suter (co-PIs). USDA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative. 2016-2020. “CONSERVE (Coordinating Nontraditional Sustainable watER Use in Variable climatEs): A Center of Excellence at the Nexus of Sustainable Water Reuse, Food...

National Dollar Day: UD economics professor uncovers a strange feature of the original U.S. dollar

...the continued flood of Continental Dollars, and the government’s need to use them more for buying war supplies in the marketplace than just as soldier’s pay defeated this initial intent.”...