Delaware students hear leadership tips via the Siegfried Youth Leadership Program

March 29, 2023 by Andrew SharpStudents in grades eight through 12 had fun while exploring positive character traits at the Siegfried Youth Leadership Program held at the University of Delaware in March.
5 Skills Needed To Master Your Personal Finances

March 22, 2023 by Andrew SharpHere are five concepts that UD educators on financial literacy think you should learn about, and that may help you think about your money from a new angle. Whether it’s budgeting, investment or managing risk, you’ll benefit from doing your research.
Lerner College Ranks Among Top Online MBA Programs by Poets & Quants, The Princeton Review

March 21, 2023 by Kevin TrittLerner’s Online MBA Program was ranked 36th by The Princeton Review and moved up seven spots to 40th in the latest Poets & Quants rankings.
UD Lerner Econ Professor Finds DACA Policy Did Not Negatively Impact U.S. Jobs

March 16, 2023 by Andrew SharpPresident Obama’s DACA policy has drawn criticism from opponents who say it will cost citizens jobs. Do the numbers back that up? Econ professor Emily Battaglia doesn’t think so.
Lerner Students Visit Paris During Winter Session Study Abroad Trip

March 15, 2023 by Imani GibbsStudents partnered with peers from Sorbonne Nouvelle for a trade simulation while also sightseeing Paris during the trip.
Five Lerner Students Receive Alteryx SparkED Graduate Scholarship

March 14, 2023 by Imani GibbsFive Lerner master of science in business analytics and information management students were awarded the Alteryx SparkED Graduate Scholarship, a program designed to support and encourage the education of future data analytics professionals.
Half a World From Home, Displaced Afghan Women Thrive at UD

March 8, 2023 by Andrew SharpIn honor of International Women’s Day, the Women’s Leadership Initiative is dedicating a social media campaign to the voices of a few of the 14 displaced Afghan students pursuing their education at UD
Lerner Mentoring Dinner Photo Gallery

March 2, 2023 by Kevin TrittThe Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics held its annual mentoring dinner on Dec. 6. The event, which was run by Lerner’s Career Services Center, welcomed members of its…
Lerner Prof Says Employees Should Do This To Get More From Work

March 1, 2023 by Andrew SharpEmployees can get more from work by managing their bosses and the relationship that they have with them. Sal Mistry’s research gives insight into this.
UD Alum Tommy Stackhouse Gives Back to Lerner Executive Mentoring Program

February 15, 2023 by Kevin TrittUD alum Tommy Stackhouse participated in the Lerner Executive Mentoring Program as a student and has recently gotten back involved as a mentor.