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Nov. 7: 'Financial Big Data'

Louiqa Raschid of the University of Maryland will discuss "Financial Big Data and Data Science for Finance" at 2 p.m., Friday, Nov. 7, in 203 Ewing Hall.
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Impactful educator

Bonnie Meszaros, associate director of the UD's Center for Economic Education, has won the prestigious John C. Schramm Leadership Award presented by the National Association of Economic Educators.
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Expert perspective

James R. Doty, leading authority on accounting regulation, shared breakfast and advice with UD students before delivering an address as part of the Weinberg Speaker Series.
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Nov. 7: Pitch Party

The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship at UD will hold a "Pitch Your Path" competition on Nov. 7 for students with ideas for new businesses.
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New Vita Nova

Students and faculty enjoy the newly renovated Vita Nova student-run restaurant, and hold a luncheon to celebrate donors Jayne and Chris Malfitano.
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New Ph.D. program launches

The University of Delaware's new doctoral program in financial services analytics has welcomed its first class of students this fall.
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Hospital hospitality

UD and Christiana Care have created a new educational program for hospital employees, building hospitality skills to provide better patient experiences.
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Partners in Tuscany

UD is offering new study abroad programs in Italy as part of a partnership with the International School of Advanced Education in Tuscany.
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Oct. 30: McNabb address, panel discussion

F. William McNabb, chairman and CEO of Vanguard, will speak at the University of Delaware on Oct. 30, with the presentation to be followed by a panel discussion on board composition.
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Coding for a cause

Student software developers from UD won honors at JPMorgan Chase's Code for Good Challenge, creating innovative software for philanthropic organizations.
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Oct. 28: Fast Forward

UD's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship will host an evening with entrepreneurs, inventors and community leaders on Tuesday, Oct. 28.
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ICECP marks 7th

The University of Delaware welcomed 32 coaches from 32 nations to campus for the opening of the seventh International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program.
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Business leaders speak

Entrepreneurs will visit the University of Delaware through October to share their experiences at the Free Lunch Friday lecture series.
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Oct. 3: Big data in gaming

Harikesh Nair of Stanford University will discuss "Big Data and Marketing Analytics in Gaming: Combining Empirical Models and Field Experimentation" from 9:30-11 a.m., Friday, Oct. 3.
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Philanthropic student

Senior Lindsay Yeager has been selected as a finalist for the Kenneth Cole For Good Campaign due to her work for women's issues in Tanzania.
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Tyler Lecture

Lawrence Cunningham, University of Delaware alumnus and corporate authority, delivers a lecture on Warren Buffett and Berkshire-Hathaway.
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A floating spa

The East Coast Float Spa, recently opened by UD MBA student Matt Kay, is one of the only spas of its kind.
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International internships

University of Delaware accounting students Dave Sang and Kimberly De Benedictis interned with KPMG in New Zealand and London.
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Oct. 8: Doty address

James R. Doty, chairman of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, will give a lecture at UD on Wednesday, Oct. 8.
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Gaming research

As the international casino industry grows, UD's Fred DeMicco is researching trends and opportunities to collaborate with universities abroad.
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Catalyst for innovation

UD's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship is inviting applications to the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Sites Program, with an information session set Tuesday, Sept. 16.
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Sept. 12, 19 and 26: Entrepreneurs speak

Entrepreneurs will visit the University of Delaware to share their experiences at the Free Lunch Friday lecture series.
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Sept. 23: Tyler Lecture

University of Delaware alumnus and corporate authority Lawrence Cunningham will deliver a lecture on Tuesday evening, Sept. 23, on his book "Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The Enduring Value of Values."
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Restaurant reopens

The renovated student-operated restaurant Vita Nova reopened Tuesday, Sept. 2, in the Trabant University Center.
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Shining ideas

The University of Delaware's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced that registration is now open for the Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs.
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Studying in Tuscany

UD's HRIM department builds strong partnerships with hotels and universities in Tuscany, offering internships there to students like Sara Cannizzaro.
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B-school renovations

A variety of renovations to buildings in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics will provide state-of-the-art classroom, office and collaboration spaces for faculty and students.
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Careers in travel

As UD offers new study abroad programs on the cruise industry, Tim Crowley, an alumnus employed by Norwegian Cruise Line, shares his experiences.
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Economics successes

Graduates of the University of Delaware's doctoral program in economics impact the financial world in the United States and abroad.
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Tomorrow's entrepreneurs

High school students created and ran their own businesses after a week of entrepreneurial education at UD's EntrePrep Summer Institute.
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Xiamen visit

More than 60 administrators and students from China's Xiamen University are visiting UD to gain a deeper understanding of the American higher education system and culture.
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Detecting accounting fraud

The University of Delaware's Nerissa Brown has conducted research to develop a textual algorithm that successfully spots purposeful accounting misstatements.
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Growth in giving

Fiscal year 2014 marked another record-setting fundraising year for the University of Delaware, with more than 37,000 donors contributing $63.9 million to support students, faculty, facilities and operations.
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MBA a good ROI

The University of Delaware MBA program sets competitive tuition rates.
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