LeBow College of Business faculty are highly sought after experts in their fields of study and often contacted by the media to comment on business-related issues in the news. Topics typically include the economy, corporate governance and finance. Below is a sampling of media placements.
LeBow in the News
Research by Natalie Pedersen, Assistant Professor of Legal Studies at Drexel LeBow College of Business, looks at the medical problems of sedentary workplaces and the structure of liability in the United States for workplace injuries.
Assistant Professor of Legal Studies Natalie Pedersen wrote an op-ed for Philly.com detailing the legal difficulties surrounding companies’ efforts to balance family-leave needs of mothers and fathers.
Executive Director of the Institute for Strategic Leadership Alison Young discusses her vision for a program that addresses the underrepresentation of women in public sector leadership positions and examines educational inequalities that affect access to education for Chinese citizens.
The second annual Drexel LeBow Analytics 50, which recognizes organizations for innovative use of next generation data analytics, is covered in Information Management.
Associate professor of economics Mark Stehr discusses his research into the efficacy of employer exercise incentives on BYURadio’s Top of Mind with Julie Rose.
Cynthia Germmenotta, co-founder of the Born This Way Foundation and mother of Lady Gaga, came to Drexel LeBow in partnership with the Institute for Strategic Leadership for a discussion with students about kindness, bravery and inclusion.
Finance professor David Becher offers insight on the decision by a number of corporate CEOs to leave Donald Trump’s corporate and manufacturing advisory boards in the aftermath of his controversial comments on the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Trump’s subsequent dissolution of those boards.
Business and Engineering pre-junior Tauheed Baukman is recognized as the first leader of Saxbys’ second co-op run cafe on campus. The innovative model gives students a uniquely significant level of control over the operation of the store.
The findings of Associate Professor of Economics Mark Stehr’s research into the results of a variety of exercise incentives are covered in the New York Post.
Twenty five young civic leaders from Africa undergo transformational training at Drexel LeBow as a part of a partnership between The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders and LeBow’s Institute for Strategic Leadership.