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Thomas Fewer, PhD '21, is co-author of the book “Venture Meets Mission: Aligning People, Purpose and Profit to Innovate and Transform Society"

Doctoral alum Thomas Fewer, PhD ’21, aims to transform how start-ups work with the U.S. government and to make public service into a more desirable career path.

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Three LeBow researchers teamed up for a paper that examined unethical behavior in the workplace and how leadership can create conditions that enable it.

An overhead view of the first and second floors of Gerri C. LeBow Hall

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

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Recent courses in finance and management have embraced artificial intelligence platforms, including ChatGPT, as faculty and students build skills together.

Lauren D’Innocenzo leading a group discussion

Provost Solutions Fellow and Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior Lauren D’Innocenzo, PhD, has received a grant from the U.S. Army Research Institute.

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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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Undergraduate students wrapped up their International Business Consulting course with a trip to Ireland to present to their client and experience Irish culture.

Rube Goldberg device

Two LeBow professors examined coordination within and between teams building Rube Goldberg devices as part of highly interdependent multiteam systems.

In collaboration with academic and professional services, Gozu will build on initiatives established by previous Fellows for better student outcomes.

Students gather in Gerri C. LeBow Hall for the Dragon Bowl esports tournament.

Hosted by the Drexel Solutions Institute as an extension of a project with Comcast, the tournament served as a research platform to study the esports industry.

A recent MBA graduate, Spurthi found a community through Drexel’s Graduate Student Association and made deep connections throughout her studies.

Ken Barnes MBA '11, CEO of Options For All

Barnes brought decades of business leadership to his role as CEO of Options For All and has made service and advocacy for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities his mission.

Assata Folasade King and Jonathan Parker recognized by Poets&Quants

LeBow undergraduates Assata Folasade King and Jonathan Parker were recognized as two of Poets&Quants' Best & Brightest Business Majors of 2022.

Photo illustration combining students in class with an image of Mount Everest

A computer simulation of climbing Mount Everest has become a key tool in teaching leadership to LeBow’s undergraduate students.

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