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Accounting PhD candidate Carolyn Previti received a scholarship from the American Institute of CPAs Foundation intended to boost industry knowledge in academia.

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Assistant Clinical Professor of Accounting JT Thazhathel received the Innovation in Teaching Award for a fall-term project involving Excel and generative AI.

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LeBow's new faculty members boast impressive backgrounds, with a wide range of experience in both academia and industry.

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Research in accounting, business analytics and marketing demonstrates how Drexel researchers are helping to advance a safer, healthier and more just world.

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Corporate Sustainability for Managers paired an attorney and ESG expert with a LeBow faculty member to deliver of-the-moment insights on a fast-changing field.

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LeBow has launched a revised STEM-designated MS in Accounting degree, tailored for where the profession has evolved to and where it continues to evolve.

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Spring term course offerings for undergraduate and graduate students build on LeBow’s institutional commitment to responsible management education.

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Hear from two faculty honorees on the approaches that won them recognition from LeBow’s Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.

Drexel LeBow alumni Priscilla Liu, Ankira Patel and Joann Wong

Three LeBow accounting graduates share how receiving the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board scholarship affected their Drexel experiences and careers.

New classes explore timely business topics, keeping you on track toward your degree while giving you the chance to branch out into new areas.

The LeBow community welcomes new faculty members in accounting, decision sciences, finance, marketing and sport business.

LeBow alumnus Jeff Shafer '12 and his book "Black Excellence"

Lynnewood Shafer’s book highlights Black business leaders, from accountants to entrepreneurs to CEOs like Ken Frazier.

Two faculty members will contribute their research expertise to LeBow’s ongoing College Research and Curriculum Innovation initiative.

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LeBow undergraduate and graduate students have applied their skills and collaborated as teammates in competitions throughout the winter and spring terms.