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.

Holger M. Mueller is the Nomura Professor of Finance at New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business.

Join Drexel LeBow’s Accounting Department and the Office of Engagement and Alumni Relations for a 2-hour ethics CPE session followed by a reception.

The Raj & Kamla Gupta Governance Institute is accepting papers for the 13th Annual Corporate Governance Conference on April 17, 2020

Professor Gurun’s research focuses on a variety of issues in empirical asset pricing and corporate finance.

From balancing checkbooks to buying stocks, get the facts on personal finance — the advanced, post-college version.

Interested in risk assurance? Interested in information systems? Interested in accounting?

Vallée’s research traces the motives behind and the effects of financial innovation in recent decades.

Join Drexel LeBow’s Finance department for an in-depth discussion with prominent real estate industry experts as they explore the world of real estate.

Join Goldman Sachs, Drexel SSA and LeBow Undergraduate Career Services to learn about co-op opportunities with Goldman Sachs.

This workshop will cover requirement gathering and problem solving for analytics professionals using relational database reporting.

Professor Levit’s research focuses on corporate finance and corporate governance theory.

Learn why you want to land your next co-op with Comcast!
Come listen and learn about the amazing co-op experience that awaits you right in your own neighborhood.

Learn about how to utilize the highly in demand tools and techniques available in Tableau and become a viz wizard.

This event will consist of a panel discussion and networking session with Drexel alumni who are current venture capital investors at Touchdown Ventures, Osage Venture Partners and Susquehanna Growth Equity.

Please join the accounting department to network with your fellow classmates and learn how to succeed as an accounting major or minor.