Finance

Past Seminars

Finance Department seminars bring students and faculty together with speakers from some of the country’s top institutions to dicuss timely social, political and economic issues that influence the study of finance.

Network and discuss industry and co-op experiences with students and recent alumni. Companies include government entities and public and private firms.

Schloetzer’s research includes corporate governance and CEO succession practices.

Join representatives from the Healthcare industry who will discuss trends and provide insight into the industry for MBA/MS Students, and recent grads

Join representatives from Adare Pharma Solutions to find out more about the company and graduate career opportunities at this growing business.

Lusch’s research explores taxation and business strategy.

The Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute invites you to join us for our annual academic conference on corporate governance.

Join representatives from Murray Devine Valuation Advisors for a discussion of graduate-level opportunities at the company, located in Philadelphia.

Lambert’s research explores financial accounting and auditing

Whom to Blame for Sovereign Debt Restructurings — Borrowers, Creditors, International Institutions or Catastrophes?”

MBA and MS students are invited to virtually engage with recruiters looking to hire for internships and full-time positions.

Join George Tsetsekos, PhD, for a discussion with Jerry Maginnis, former office managing partner, KPMG’s Philadelphia office.

Attend this event to learn more about Andersen (formerly Andersen Tax).

LeBow graduate students are invited to attend this session to learn how to prepare for the MBA/MS Virtual Recruiter Networking Mixer on Feb. 24.

An experiential learning opportunity for students to understand the impact of fraudulent financial reporting & the value & relevance of internal controls.

LeBow graduate students are invited to attend this session to learn how to prepare for the MBA/MS Virtual Recruiter Networking Mixer on Feb. 24.