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Priya Kuruganti '26 poses in Gerri C. LeBow Hall.

Third-year LeBow student Priya Kuruganti was part of the winning team in the Measure of Music Hackathon, a competition tying data into the music industry.

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Assistant Clinical Professor of Marketing Gil Peleg, PhD, aims to create the next generation of nonprofit managers who use analytics to drive decision-making.

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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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Two teams of LeBow undergraduates took part in the inaugural Capsim Global Challenge throughout fall term.

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With a $1.5 million gift from R. John Chapel Jr. ’67, and his wife, Jinnie, Drexel is establishing the John and Jinnie Chapel Learning & Tutoring Center.

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

A role as a retail and marketing intern at Diane von Furstenberg earned Kirstin Newell ’23 recognition at the Cooperative Education Awards.

Meelan Dullabh '23 and Monique Boskett, MBA '23, student commencement speakers for the LeBow Class of 2023

Meelan Dullabh '23 and Monique Boskett, MBA '23, student commencement speakers for the Class of 2023, look back at all they have accomplished as LeBow students.

After extensive international experience, he looks back with amazement at the skills he developed and gratitude for the guidance he received.

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The Tutoring and Learning Center, housed on the third floor of Gerri C. LeBow Hall, will provide assistance for foundational business courses.

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In the 2023 Boeing Case Competition, a six-member team with five LeBow students was named the winner by academic and industry judges.

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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.

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Fifth-year student Ethan Hermann has delved into public polling and, by combining his interests in economics and communications, seeks to improve transparency.

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As an economics major, Nora Mitchell seeks to gain both big-picture knowledge about problems in society and the insight to work on addressing them.