After two years of construction, more than 1.5 acres of limestone, and the demolition of the fondly remembered Matheson Hall, Drexel University celebrated the opening of Gerri C. LeBow Hall with a dedication Oct. 3 attended by Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, Drexel President John A. Fry, and a crowd of dignitaries and students. The $92 […]
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Al West, the chairman and CEO of SEI Investments Co., was named the LeBow College of Business’ 59th Business Leader of the Year. In the past, LeBow has presented this award to recipients such as George W. Romney, president of American Motors Corp., and Gen. Douglas MacArthur. Continuing the tradition of excellence exemplified by Business […]
Donald S. Siegel, dean of the School of Business at the University at Albany, shared his vision for the LeBow College of Business with current Drexel faculty and students March 6. Siegel is one of two finalists being considered to be the new dean of LeBow. The other, G. “Anand” Anandalingam, is currently serving as […]
For the first time, the LeBow College of Business is offering a unique, competitive summer co-op program for its Master of Business Administration students. The C-Suite Co-op is a summer co-op program in which firms like Cisco, eBay, SAP, Urban Outfitters and other prestigious firms will choose students to work directly with top executives through […]
The LeBow College of Business is hosting the Classroom ArchiTECH Competition, in which one undergraduate or graduate student and two full-time faculty members will collaborate to compete with other teams for up to $46,000 in prize money. The goal of the program is to reinvent two business courses using the extensive resources that will be […]
Drexel pre-junior Christopher Peterson was found dead Nov. 15 in his off-campus apartment. No foul play is suspected, but an official cause of death has not yet been released. Peterson, 20, of Reading, Pa., was a business administration major with a marketing concentration in the LeBow College of Business. LeBow interim Dean Frank Linnehan broke […]
Eleven Drexel students had the opportunity to work as business consultants in an experiential learning course offered by the LeBow College of Business this fall. The class, taught by LeBow professor Dana D’Angelo and adjunct professor Andy Macaleer, is competing with 15 other colleges and universities from around the country to do the best work […]
The project at 32nd and Market streets to construct a new building for the LeBow College of Business is on schedule and set to open in early 2014. Geraldine C. LeBow Hall, named for the wife of college namesake Bennett S. LeBow, is a replacement for Matheson Hall, which was the home of the business […]
Drexel sophomore Adam Weinstein launched UMinders.com, a free website that keeps a syllabus for every class at Drexel and helps students manage their deadlines, Sept. 24. With its slogan “For students, by students,” UMinders aims to help Drexel students keep track of their school assignments and deadlines found on their assigned syllabi. Weinstein said he […]
Faculty and staff of the LeBow College of Business gathered in the quad Aug. 21 to celebrate as the final beam was placed atop the building that will be the business school’s new home. The ironworkers who have been working on the structure for months joined the crowd for the traditional “topping out” ceremony, during […]
There was a time when Drexel’s campus was free of cranes, chain-link fences and construction workers. Most current students can vouch that they cannot remember Drexel’s campus sans construction sites, but slowly yet surely, progress is being made. Currently, the three major construction sites on campus are the new LeBow business center, the Chestnut Square […]
George Tsetsekos, R. John Chapel Dean of the LeBow College of Business, will resign from his post at the end of the academic year after a decade of service, as announced April 16 in a University press release. Tsetsekos felt that he has accomplished all the goals he set for the college during his time […]
A joint force of Texas-based campus housing developer American Campus Communities and Drexel University are turning the 3200 block of Chestnut Street into a mixed-use student housing and retail development, as announced Feb. 2 in a University press release. Construction has already begun on the 361,200-square-foot project, which will add approximately 863 beds to the […]
Three Philadelphia professors, including Ralph Walkling and Jie Cai from Drexel University, won an award Nov. 16 for their research about the impact of social ties on financial investments. Walkling, the Stratakis Chair in Corporate Governance and Accountability, and Cai, professor of finance, worked with Lehigh University’s Ke Yang to investigate the social networks between […]
A class of LeBow College of Business students revealed their national marketing campaign for Chevrolet Nov. 16 in the Pearlstein Business Learning Center, in an event attended by three product specialists from the company. The students are all a part of a special topics course called “Business Planning” offered by LeBow biannually in the fall […]
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