Dana D’Angelo Honored with Barbara G. Hornum Award for Teaching Excellence

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  • Dana D’Angelo, clinical professor at LeBow College of Business, awarded Barbara G. Hornum Award for Teaching Excellence.

  • “Dana has been an outstanding educator and mentor at Drexel for quite a while,” says Chris Finnin, director of general business studies and associate clinical professor at LeBow. “I am honored and proud to work alongside such wonderful teachers like Dana.”

Dana D’Angelo, clinical professor at LeBow College of Business, has been awarded this year’s Barbara G. Hornum Award for Teaching Excellence. She was honored at an awards dinner hosted by the Provost’s Office on June 1.

“Dana has been an outstanding educator and mentor at Drexel for quite a while,” says Chris Finnin, director of general business studies and associate clinical professor at LeBow.  “I am honored and proud to work alongside such wonderful teachers like Dana.”

D’Angelo’s areas of expertise include business communication, accounting and business history, corporate finance, capital budgeting, leadership development and service learning.  

In addition to this year’s award, D’Angelo has been recognized with the Center for Teaching Excellent Award at Drexel in 2008, the Academic Leadership Award from LeBow in 2004 and the Provost’s Award for Innovation in 2001, among many other accolades.

D’Angelo earned her MBA from Drexel and her bachelor’s degree in accounting from St. Joseph’s University. This is the third year in succession that a Drexel LeBow faculty member has been recognized with the Barbara G. Hornum Award.