Weber joins SWIFT council

The SWIFT Institute, a leading global financial technology organization, has appointed Dean Bruce Weber of the Lerner College to its advisory council.
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New Summer Founders Program

The Horn Program's new Summer Founders Program will pay eight UD students to develop their venture ideas this summer.
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Digital communication revolution

High-profile social media expert Sinan Aral presented his latest research findings at UD's sixth annual Gore Lecture.
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Gold Circle Award

Marriott's Courtyard Newark-University of Delaware hotel has won a Marriott International Gold Circle Award for excellence in guest service and satisfaction.
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Teach Children to Save Day

Hundreds of volunteers visited elementary school classrooms throughout Delaware for Teach Children to Save Day, hosted in part by UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship.
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AACSB reaccreditation

UD's Lerner College has been reaccredited by AACSB International, marking 50 years of the highest-possible business school accreditation.
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Hen Hatch winners

Hen Hatch, UD's premier startup funding competition, held its final round and awarded a $100,000 prize pool to winners.
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Coons, Strine to speak

U.S. Sen. Chris Coons and Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Leo E. Strine Jr. will be the speakers at the Lerner College's 2016 Convocation ceremonies.
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UD students honored

Five students from the Lerner College received scholarships and awards for demonstrating entrepreneurial promise, leadership and social impact.
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The power of brand names

Marketing professor Yi-Lin Tsai has studied hotel rebranding and how this popular phenomenon affects performance in the hospitality industry.
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Understanding income inequality

Harvard's Greg Mankiw discussed "The Rise in Economic Inequality: Causes and Cures" at UD's 26th annual Hutchinson Lecture in Economics.
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Creative expression

UD's Entrepreneurship Club invites UD to compete in the Creative Expression Competition and share thoughts on Twitter with the hashtag #CreativeUD.
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Faculty honors

Eight members of the University of Delaware faculty have been recognized for outstanding work in teaching and advising, and three graduate teaching assistants have received awards for excellence in teaching.
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Personal Finance Challenge

Delaware high school students put their personal finance knowledge to the test at a special challenge event sponsored by UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship.
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Diamond Challenge

The UD Horn Program's Youth Entrepreneurship Summit featured the final round of the Diamond Challenge, where teams of high school entrepreneurs won thousands to support their ideas.
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Vita Nova Live

Vita Nova Live features UD music students performing at the Lerner College's student-operated gourmet restaurant.
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Weinberg Center symposium

The UD Weinberg Center's annual corporate governance symposium convened experts on issues of critical importance to corporate boards and investors.
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April 21: Chaplin Tyler Lecture postponed

The April 21 Chaplin Tyler Lecture, to have featured Honest Tea co-founder Seth Goldman, has been postponed to the fall semester.
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April 27: Blue Hen Leaders in Sport

Three Blue Hen alums who are leaders in the sport industry will visit UD's campus on April 27 for a panel discussion and open forum.
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Economics for kids

Delaware kindergarteners and first graders are beginning their economic education early thanks to Economics for Kids, lessons inspired by children's books and created by UD's Bonnie Meszaros.
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Tax Day discovery learning

This tax season, UD students have offered free tax preparation to Delawareans, helping families save thousands.
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'Clouds and Zombies'

A study by UD marketing professor Michal Herzenstein looks at the best ways to use analogies in marketing.
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The I's in team

Research by the University of Delaware's Kyle Emich shows that general managers in sports and employers in business might be better served by looking at teams as a network of parts that influence each other.
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April 28: Gore lecture

High-profile social media expert Sinan Aral will discuss his latest research findings at UD's sixth annual Gore Lecture on April 28.
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Fighting homelessness

Lazarus Rising, a UD student social enterprise, is competing for funding at First Step Grand Challenges.
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Deadline extended

The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship will accept applications to UD's National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Sites Program through April 11.
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Case competition winners

The 2016 Carol A. Ammon Case Competition in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics focused on the Down Syndrome Association of Delaware.
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April 12: Future audit committees

The Center for Audit Quality and the Weinberg Center at UD are bringing together industry experts on Tuesday, April 12, to examine the skill sets needed by audit committees of the future.
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April 8: Grad workshop

The University of Delaware's Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics is offering a cross-cultural effectiveness workshop for graduate students on April 8.
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Innovating industry

IFSA's 2016 annual conference on "Disruptive Innovations in Financial Services" invited thought leaders from around the country to UD to discuss impactful recent innovations in the field.
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STN, Horn collaborate

Horn's Youth Entrepreneurship Summit for high school students will be streamed live by the University of Delaware's Student Television Network and hosted by three of its members.
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Cutting-edge tech

The Startup Nation Technology Fair visited the University of Delaware last month, hoping to introduce students to cutting-edge technology companies and innovative startups in Israel.
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Hen Hatch finalists

UD's premier business startup funding competition has selected the top teams to vie in final Hen Hatch competition.
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April 12: Hutchinson Lecture

The University of Delaware's Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics has invited the UD community to attend the annual Hutchinson Lecture on Tuesday, April 12.
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UDARF meeting

Corporate governance expert Charles Elson addressed a recent meeting of the University of Delaware Association of Retired Faculty, discussing recent problems at Volkswagen.
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Case competition

A team from the University of Delaware has finished fifth in the Mid-Atlantic Case Competition held recently in Pittsburgh.
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Rethinking the textbook

Carlos Asarta from UD's Lerner College has coauthored the texbook of the future with McGraw-Hill's first product to be created online from the ground up.
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March 18: Unauthorized access

The University of Texas' H. Raghav Rao will visit UD on March 18 to present on his investigation of unauthorized access attempts on information systems applications by financial institution employees.
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Understanding poison puts

UD finance professors have released research on poison puts, a controversial subject that influences corporate takeovers.
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Hen Hatch semifinalists

UD's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced 21 finalist teams in the Hen Hatch startup funding competition, which offers a $100,000-plus prize pool.
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