Beyond touchscreens

David Bell of the Wharton School presented his research on new strategies digital brands use to bring the online and offline worlds together during a presentation at UD.
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Optimizing Delaware courts

Over the past year, students and faculty from UD's Lerner College have helped the Delaware Judiciary to make a number of process and management improvements.
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New major

The University of Delaware now offers a new major in financial planning, which teaches students to master in-demand financial skills.
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Big data for public good

Fiona Greig of the JPMorgan Chase Institute presented research on gas prices and income volatility, and discussed ways that big data can answer the world's important questions, during a talk at UD.
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Singapore visit

UD's Lindsay Yeager and Becca Leisher visited Singapore last week after their project with Dare Women's Foundation won the Project Inspire People's Choice Award.
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'Government as Regulator'

Experts in business, law and regulation explored the roles of government in business at a recent panel discussion hosted by the Weinberg Center and The Clearing House Association.
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Hatch House

Students and recent graduates are encouraged to apply for Hatch House, UD's first ever living space designed for entrepreneurs.
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Exceptional engagement

UD offices have won a UPCEA Engagement Award for creating the new Christiana Care Certificate in Healthcare Leadership.
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Halloween Pitch Party

A redesigned wallet, a device that improves amputees' health and a program that combats homelessness took home the top prizes at the Horn Program's Halloween Pitch Party.
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Walk Away From Cancer

University of Delaware participation in Walk Away From Cancer doubled this year, with participants walking over 21 million steps to raise money for local nonprofit Cancer Care Connection.
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Space to innovate

This month members of the UD community celebrated the 9,900-square-foot expansion of the JPMorgan Chase Innovation Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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Powerful stuff

Delmarva Power and Blue Hen Utility Services Inc. teamed up to demonstrate key concepts of electrical power distribution and safety to UD students.
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Oct. 23: Big data for public good

The use of big data for the public good is the subject of an Oct. 23 lecture by Fiona Greig, JPMorgan Chase Institute research director.
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Marriott classroom

The Marriott Foundation has funded a new classroom inside the Marriott Courtyard at the University of Delaware, giving students real-world experience in the hotel industry.
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Oct. 28: Halloween Pitch Party

UD students are invited to present their startup ideas at this fall's Halloween Pitch Party hosted by the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship.
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Security innovators

Researchers adapted elements of video game design to make information safer in the winning paper of the DeWald Roode Workshop, hosted this year by UD's Department of Accounting and MIS.
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Delaware Innovation Awards

A number of affiliates of UD's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship are nominated for the first-ever Delaware Innovation Awards.
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1,000 founders

UD alumnus Ben Gruber has created the first ever crowdsourced startup.
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A model of leadership

CEO Eric Foss shared his experiences at Aramark and PepsiCo and gave advice on how to build a successful leadership career during this year's Chaplin Tyler Lecture at UD.
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Training international coaches

The United States Olympic Committee, the University of Delaware and the International Olympic Committee are partners for the eighth edition of the International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program
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Taste of Newark

This year's Taste of Newark food and wine festival included dozens of Newark restaurants and a celebrity chef demonstration featuring local Delaware ingredients.
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Offshore wind power

Professors from the University of Delaware report in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science that the U.S. has fallen behind on offshore wind power.
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Innovation Center

On Thursday, Oct. 8, the University of Delaware will celebrate the grand opening and dedication of the JPMorgan Chase Innovation Center.
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I-Corps applications

UD community members are invited to apply to the University's National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Sites Program, which provides specialized training and grants of $3,000 to teams with commercially viable ideas.
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AACSB Influential Leader

UD alumnus Tom Pike joins 99 notable alumni from AACSB-accredited schools who are making an impact in the world through business acumen, leadership or entrepreneurial success.
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Oct. 7: FastForward

UD's Horn Program will host FastForward, an evening with entrepreneurs, inventors and community leaders, on Wednesday, October 7.
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Lerner College grows

In fall 2015 UD's Lerner College is seeing record enrollment of over 3,000 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students and has hired prestigious new faculty members.
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Oct. 1: Chaplin Tyler Lecture

This semester's speaker in the Chaplin Tyler Lecture Series will be Eric Foss of Aramark, PBG and PepsiCo, who will visit campus Oct. 1.
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Social venture track added

Registration is now open for the Horn Program's 2016 Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs, which offers a new prize pool of over $50,000.
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VentureOn applications

All students are invited to apply for the VentureOn program, which provides students with valuable resources needed to launch start-up businesses.
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Oct. 8: 'Government as Regulator'

Leaders in law, corporate governance and financial services will visit UD for a discussion on government regulation and its influence on financial institutions and corporations.
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Confidence and risk

UD accounting professor Jennifer Joe's research is the first ever to document the ways that confidence in managers can influence audit quality.
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Sept. 28: Walk Away From Cancer

This year's Walk Away From Cancer invites teams of participants to wear pedometers and stay active during the week of Sept. 28 in support of local nonprofit Cancer Care Connection.
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Sept. 27: Taste of Newark

Dozens of the Newark area's best food and wine distributors will serve culinary delights at the Taste of Newark food festival scheduled Sept. 27 on the lawn of UD's Old College.
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Minimum wage panel

Dean Bruce Weber of UD's Lerner College of Business and Economics moderated a panel on the minimum wage featuring a variety of experts as well as leaders from businesses like Ben and Jerry's and Ovation Brands.
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Vita Nova

Vita Nova, the University of Delaware's student-operated fine dining restaurant located on the second floor of the Trabant University Center, will reopen for lunch on Sept. 8 and for dinner on Sept. 9.
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