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April 30: Diamond Challenge final round

Students from around the world participated in this year's Diamond Challenge, a high school entrepreneurship program hosted by the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship at the University of Delaware.
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May 8: Hutchinson Lecture

William L. Wascher, Federal Reserve Bank expert, will speak on "Did the Financial Crisis Permanently Damage the U.S. Economy?: Implications for Policymakers" on Thursday evening, May 8.
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May 7: Tyler Lecture

Business journalist Ron Insana will deliver a Chaplin Tyler Executive Leadership Series lecture on Wednesday, May 7.
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Student savers

U.S. Sen. Chris Coons visited students at Shortlidge Elementary Academy last week as part of Teach Children to Save Day, in which UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship is a partner.
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Personal Finance Quiz Bowl

High school students from across the state competed in the Delaware Personal Finance Challenge last week to test their knowledge of investing, credit, money management and more.
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April 29: Gore Lecture

The annual W.L. Gore Lecture Series in Management Science will hold a program on Tuesday, April 29, at Clayton Hall on UD's Laird campus.
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April 22: 'Enhancing Audit Committee Report'

The John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance and the Center for Audit Quality are co-sponsoring a program, "Enhancing the Audit Committee Report: A Call to Action," Tuesday, April 22, at 9:30 a.m. in Gore Recital Hall.
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April 30: Hen Hatch finals

The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced the student track finalists and alumni, faculty and staff track finalists for its annual entrepreneurial competition.
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UD Day in Xiamen

The UD delegation traveling in China recently visited Xiamen University, celebrating a successful partnership.
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April 9: Growing home-based businesses

The UD Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship has arranged an Appoquinimink Library discussion on growing home-based businesses.
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April 10: Evolution of rock 'n' roll

Johnny Kay, lead guitarist for Bill Haley and the Comets from 1960-72, will perform with his band as part of a program hosted by UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship.
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Case for a cause

The Lerner College of Business and Economics has announced the winners of this year's Carol A. Ammon Case Competition, which considered access to healthy alternatives for low-income families.
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Governance matters

The University of Delaware's Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance hosted a symposium on "Governance Issues of Critical Importance to Institutional Investors."
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April 8: 'Fast Forward'

UD's Horn Program in Entrepreneurship will host an evening with entrepreneurs, inventors and community leaders who are shaping the future on Tuesday, April 8.
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March 25: Income, wealth inequality

The Department of Economics will host a panel discussion, "Income and Wealth Inequality: Causes, Consequences and Policies," at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 25, in 115 Purnell Hall.
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Food for all

The Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics has announced the annual Carol A. Ammon Case Competition in conjunction with a food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Delaware.
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March 12: HR and hospitality

A Delaware-based chef, restaurateur and global philanthropist will talk with Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management students as part of Hospitality Week.
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World of wine

Students in a beverage management course offered by the Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management had the opportunity to learn about wines abroad and brought a little insight to Vita Nova's spring menu.
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Startup assistance

The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced the availability of a startup adviser, on hand through May, to work with entrepreneurs in the UD community at no charge.
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Educators honored

UD alumni Tim Dalby and Jeanine Moore will receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
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March 19: Corporate governance

UD's Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance will host a symposium on governance issues of critical importance to institutional investors.
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Economic honors

Bonnie Meszaros, associate director of the Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship, has been recognized by the Delaware Financial Literacy Institute for her longtime commitment to financial education.
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Hen Hatch

The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced student and alumni, faculty and staff track finalists for its business startup funding competition.
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Hospitality industry insight

The second annual immersion workshop for students in UD's hospitality business management graduate program brought together students and industry executives.
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Open for business

A new entrepreneurial hub opened on the University of Delaware's Newark campus last week, offering entrepreneurs space and resources to help make their dreams a reality.
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Economic recovery

Charles Plosser of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and CNBC commentator Michael K. Farr were among experts at the annual Economic Forecast event.
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Foods and moods

A forthcoming article by Meryl Gardner examines how thinking about the long-term can positively impact the food choices we make in both good and bad moods.
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Young investors

Young winners of last fall's Stock Market Game reflect upon the lessons they learned managing portfolios during an event at UD.
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Calling Lerner alumni

The alumni board of the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics is seeking nomination for the prestigious Alumni Awards of Excellence.
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Feb. 11: Economic forecast

Charles I. Plosser, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, will be a featured speaker at the 2014 Economic Forecast to be held Tuesday, Feb. 11, at UD.
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Research administration

The UD Research Office will offer monthly training programs for departmental research administrators starting in February.
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Scrumming

JPMorgan Chase representatives visited a Lerner College IT Project Management course to teach students about scrum and agile software project development.
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Soccer certificate

Fourteen directors of coaching successfully completed the first National Soccer Coaches Association of America Advanced Director of Coaching Certificate Program, offered in partnership by the organization and UD.
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National finalists

An interdisciplinary team from UD was one of six finalists from universities across America selected to compete in a Capital One statistics modeling competition.
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