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Developing citizens

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.
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Wealth and greed

A forthcoming article by University of Delaware assistant professor Katalin Takacs Haynes examines the relationship between CEO greed and shareholder wealth.
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Lerner alumni honored

Former Newark mayor Vance Funk, Arlene Hogan and Ping Xu were presented with the Lerner College Alumni Awards of Excellence.
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Taking stock

Delaware students in grades 4-12 were honored at an award ceremony for the Stock Market Game, hosted by UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship.
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Lerner faculty honors

The Lerner College of Business and Economics has announced the faculty and professional excellence awards.
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Capping off a dream

Graduate students of the Lerner College and their families from around the world were joined by U.S. Sen. Tom Carper to celebrate convocation.
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I-Corps Site

The University of Delaware has won a $300,000 award from the National Science Foundation's Innovation Corps Sites Program to support STEM-based projects focused on market validation for new technologies.
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Lerner student successes

The Lerner College celebrated students and partners in its Executive Mentor Scholars Program as well as student academic successes in year-end celebrations this spring.
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Meaningful economics

Delaware students have participated in the annual Meaningful Economics Competition hosted by the University of Delaware's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship.
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IPPY award

The Independent Publisher Book Awards has honored Burton Abrams, professor of economics, with the silver award for "The Terrible 10: A Century of Economic Folly."
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Future millionaires

The Future Millionaires' Club of Newark High School, sponsored by UD's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship and New Castle County's Department of Community Services, recently celebrated its inaugural year.
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Culinary celebration

The University of Delaware's student-managed restaurant, Vita Nova, was the site of a Mid-Atlantic Food and Wine Festival program that brought together professional chefs, winemakers and students.
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Economic literacy

The Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship participated in panel discussions as part of a "Building the Economic and Financial Literacy of Delaware Students" policy event.
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Family finances

The University of Delaware's Center for Economic Education and Entrepreneurship collaborated with TD Bank and the Food Bank of Delaware to produce a personal finance education night for families in Wilmington.
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Startup guidance

The Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has announced Brad Bono, chairman and CEO of Princeton Hosted Solutions, as the next startup adviser available free of cost to advise University of Delaware students, alumni, faculty and staff working on startups through the summer.
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Hotels bridging health care

UD's Department of Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management has partnered with Christiana Care to develop a pilot program aimed at adapting hospitality industry service strategies to a health care setting.
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Full disclosure

In a panel event co-sponsored by UD's John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance and the Center for Audit Quality, a panel of experts discussed a new report, "Enhancing the Audit Committee Report: A Call to Action."
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Financial crisis implications

Federal Reserve expert William L. Wascher delivered a presentation on "Did the Financial Crisis Permanently Damage the U.S. Economy?: Implications for Policymakers" at the 24th annual Hutchinson Lecture.
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May 20: Simpler to speak

Ken Simpler, a UD graduate student and businessman, will speak on "The Roles an Entrepreneur and Finance Pro Can Play in State Government" during a cross-disciplinary policy forum at 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, May 20.
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Coaching enrichment

The International Coaching Enrichment Certification Program has welcomed 24 members to its Class of 2014 at the International Olympic Committee headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Insatiable curiosity

Ron Insana, author and contributor to CNBC and MSNBC, shared his experiences in financial markets, investments and the U.S. economy with students, faculty and the business community during the spring Chaplin Tyler Executive Leadership Series lecture.
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Smart investments

UD alumna Donna Fontana has established a scholarship to support graduate students in the School of Education.
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Faculty honors

Seven members of the University of Delaware faculty have been recognized for noteworthy performance in teaching and advising, and two graduate students have received awards for excellence in teaching.
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Aspirational women

Through PwC's "Aspire to Lead" program, the Department of Accounting and MIS hosted the company's live webcast with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and held an on-site panel discussion with University of Delaware and PwC leadership.
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Startup winners

Finalists pitched startup ideas and received monetary awards in the last round of Hen Hatch, the University of Delaware's premier business startup funding competition hosted by the Horn Program in Entrepreneurship.
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Monitoring surgical quality

During the fourth annual W.L. Gore Lecture Series in Management Science, distinguished professor and statistician William H. Woodall described statistical models related to surgical quality worldwide in his talk on “Monitoring and Improving Surgical Quality.”
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'Be The Match'

Bone marrow donors Jordan Sack and Matthew Heck are determined to change the popular perception that the procedure is prohibitively painful.
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Cybersecurity and stress

A forthcoming article by University of Delaware assistant professor John D'Arcy explores the effects of "security-related overload" on employee noncompliance in the workplace.
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