University of Delaware accounting students Dave Sang and Kimberly De Benedictis interned with KPMG in New Zealand and London.
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.
As the international casino industry grows, UD's Fred DeMicco is researching trends and opportunities to collaborate with universities abroad.
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.
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.
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."
The renovated student-operated restaurant Vita Nova reopened Tuesday, Sept. 2, in the Trabant University Center.
The University of Delaware's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced that registration is now open for the Diamond Challenge for High School Entrepreneurs.
Studying in Tuscany
UD's HRIM department builds strong partnerships with hotels and universities in Tuscany, offering internships there to students like Sara Cannizzaro.
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.
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.
Graduates of the University of Delaware's doctoral program in economics impact the financial world in the United States and abroad.
High school students created and ran their own businesses after a week of entrepreneurial education at UD's EntrePrep Summer Institute.
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.
Detecting accounting fraud
The University of Delaware's Nerissa Brown has conducted research to develop a textual algorithm that successfully spots purposeful accounting misstatements.
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.
MBA a good ROI
The University of Delaware MBA program sets competitive tuition rates.
New research by UD associate professor Wendy Smith examines the importance of dynamic thinking in leadership and decision-making.
UD alumni Benjamin Klein and Kenneth Wallach have launched Anniversary, an iPhone photo and video app designed to let users share content in authentic ways.
Money then and now
UD professor Farley Grubb's analysis of the Continental dollar offers an alternate hypothesis on why the United States' first currency system crashed.
Spreading financial literacy
UD students in the master of arts in economic education and entrepreneurship program worked with alumna Mary Suiter and shared their projects, designed to improve economic education in their communities.
UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship has trained a group of elementary school teachers to conduct "Mini-Society," a hands-on learning system designed to reinforce student learning of key economic concepts.
- Aug. 25 - New Graduate Student Orientation
- Sept. 4 - "How to Network Like a Rockstar", Lerner Atrium, 3-5 PM
- Sept. 23 - Chaplin Tyler Lecture featuring Lawrence A. Cunningham, PRN 115, 7 - 8:30 PM
- Visit https://tylerlecturefall2014.eventbrite.com to register.