Communications

Media Mentions

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

Philadelphia fintech leaders: The dream of blockchain isn't dead

via Philadelphia Business Journal

Michelle Lowry, professor of finance and academic director of the Gupta Governance Institute at Drexel University, spoke on a panel exploring the impact and possibilities of blockchain and cryptocurrency at PACT’s Fintech Conference on Feb. 6, 2020.

They can save lives, sure. But for the business side of health care, these doctors go back to school.

via The Philadelphia Inquirer

LeBow faculty members Lauren D’Innocenzo and David Becher teach in the Physicians Leadership Academy, a series of 10 monthly courses tailored specifically to the needs of doctors offered through a partnership between Crozer-Keystone Health System, the LeBow College of Business and Drexel Solutions Institute.

Why Constraints Are Good for Innovation

via Harvard Business Review

Daan van Knippenberg, Joseph F. Rocereto Chair of Leadership and Academic Director of the Institute for Strategic Leadership, shares insights from his research on the effects of constraints on creativity and innovation.

How Jim Delany’s Media Intuition Changed The College Sports Ecosystem

via Forbes.com

With the impending retirement of Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany in 2020, Associate Clinical Professor of Sport Management Karen Weaver looks at Delany’s impact on the overall college sports ecosystem, including through the creation of the Big Ten Network.

The Big Ten Network Was Created By And For Its Fans — And Turned A Profit In Less Than Two Years

via Forbes.com

Associate Clinical Professor of Sport Management Karen Weaver analyzes the early success of the Big Ten Network and the standard it set for future collegiate sports networks.

Names, Images, Likenesses ... And Data: Another Issue For NCAA Athletes To Take Seriously

via Forbes.com

Associate Clinical Professor of Sport Management Karen Weaver builds on the discussion about college athletes’ rights and compensation by addressing the use of biometric data by for-profit companies.

WalletHub's Best Gas Credit Cards

via Wallethub

Lawrence Duke, clinical professor of marketing, weighs in on the pros, cons and notable features of gas credit cards.

Paying College Athletes: States Consider New Legislation

via Wisconsin Public Radio Morning Show

Professor of Sport Management Ellen Staurowsky discusses college athletes receiving compensation under California’s Fair Pay to Play Act and potential conflicts with the NCAA.

NCAA 'not acting in good faith'

via Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder

Professor of Sport Management Ellen Staurowsky says, regarding states considering legislation like California’s Fair Pay to Play Act, “double down and come back at it even harder, because the NCAA has demonstrated that they are not operating in good faith.”

More Companies Are Openly Supporting Abortion Rights. That May Be Controversial, But It’s Also Good Business

via Fortune

An article on corporate stances on abortion cites research by Associate Professor and Stephen Cozen Research Scholar in Marketing Daniel Korschun, which found that consumers will respect when a values-driven company takes a position, even if it doesn’t correspond to their own views.