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
Drexel LeBow’s marketing efforts in support of the executive MBA program are noted in a piece about the growth of such programs for experienced, career-oriented students.
Mark Stehr, assistant director of the School of Economics, is quoted in an NBC 10 article about the impact of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
Several media outlets, including philly.com, WFMZ.com and NJ.com, reported on Drexel and Econsult’s analysis of the possible economic impact of a proposed Penn East Pipeline.
Christopher Gray, Drexel LeBow senior and entrepreneur behind the Scholly app, provides his top tips for those seeking to found a start-up as a student.
Drexel LeBow assistant professor Elea Feit discusses her research into using data analytics to understand customer behavior and her new book R for Marketing Research and Analytics.
By collaborating on research, Drexel and Independence Blue Cross seek to improve the delivery of health care. This is an expansion of a partnership that began with a business analytics certificate program offered through LeBow.
Drexel has added $500,000 to the student-managed Dragon Fund. The students in this course and faculty adviser Daniel Dorn now manage over $1 million of the University’s endowment.
Students in Drexel LeBow’s Dragon Fund make up 11 of the top 100 managers in the All America Student Analyst Competition.
Networking is most important when you seem to need it the least, says Alison Young, executive director of Drexel LeBow’s Institute for Strategic Leadership. She provides four tips for building an effective network.
When working across disciplines, teammates face communication challenges. LeBow professor Christian Resick’s research reveals the traits that can help cross-functional members achieve their goals.