Top Honors for Three LeBow Graduate Students

Students from LeBow’s PhD and master’s programs received top honors in the annual Graduate Student Awards hosted by Drexel’s Graduate College.

Ishan Ghosh, PhD ’20, received the Outstanding Dissertation Award. His dissertation, “Essays in Empirical International Trade and Entrepreneurship,” was also awarded LeBow’s Dr. John J. Clark Best Research Paper in Economics award. Ghosh’s advisor was André Kurmann, PhD, associate professor of economics.

Neha Khanna ’20 MS in Business Analytics, received the Research Excellence award in the master’s category for her work as a research assistant with Matthew Schneider, PhD, assistant professor of business analytics. Khanna was also a finalist for a post-candidacy Research Excellence award.

Hongjun Ye, PhD candidate in Marketing, was recognized as an Outstanding Teaching Assistant for classroom instruction and for Research Excellence, Post-Candidacy. She also received LeBow’s Dr. John J. Clark Outstanding PhD Behavioral Research Paper award.

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