Research and Collaborations Involving LeBow Faculty Featured in Drexel’s EXEL Magazine
Recent research published by LeBow faculty on topics ranging from AI to wage gaps and executive compensation is highlighted in the latest issue of EXEL Magazine, Drexel’s biennial research publication.
In addition to individual publications, the magazine highlights campus-wide collaborations that vividly illustrate how Drexel researchers are pursuing creative solutions to unprecedented change in order to advance a safer, healthier and more just world.
Namely, LeBow’s involvement in University-wide projects on the metaverse and other advanced digital technologies are cited in the story “Experiments at the Edge of the Metaverse.” These research collaborations, organized by the Drexel Solutions Institute and led by Westphal College of Media Arts & Design faculty Nick Jushchyshyn ’93, BS commerce and engineering, also include contributions from LeBow students.
The other featured research stories are:
Beyond Bottom Lines – Xin Dai, PhD, associate professor of accounting
Pay Gaps Thrive in Nonprofits – Curtis Hall, PhD, associate professor of accounting
The Limits of Limited-Time Sales – Jillian Hmurovic, PhD, assistant professor of marketing
Pencil It In – Yanliu Huang, PhD, associate professor of marketing
AI’s Niche Value in Retailing – Matthew Schneider, PhD, associate professor of business analytics