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Drexel endowment

Drexel Performance Outperforms, in Top 11 Percent

Drexel University experienced a strong year for its endowment and continues to grow the $722 million pool for the future of the University.
Daniela Munoz in Singapore.

Drawing International Inspiration From Study Abroad in Singapore

Daniela Muñoz went to Singapore expecting to learn about entrepreneurship and innovation. She came away with a newfound appreciation for the dynamics of an increasingly globalized world. 
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Drexel EVP Helen Bowman Named One of Region’s Top CFOs

Helen Bowman, executive vice president, treasurer and chief operating officer at Drexel University, was named to a Philadelphia Business Journal list announcing the top chief financial officers in the Philadelphia area.
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Merger Bonuses Important to Protecting Shareholder Wealth of Acquired Companies

Research consistently shows that when target CEOs receive extra benefits during mergers, takeover premiums are lower. According to Eliezer Fich, PhD, professor of finance in Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, this is often interpreted as a conflict of interest: target CEOs sacrifice premiums for personal gain, facilitating a wealth transfer from target to acquirer shareholders.
Goldman Sachs' New York headquarters.

A Finance Student Flourishes at Goldman Sachs After Changing His Path

Calvin Kim transferred to Drexel University in 2015 after realizing the pre-dentistry path he was on didn’t match his passions. Now studying finance and fresh off a successful co-op at Goldman Sachs, he’s ready for whatever comes next.
Financial Fitness: Fun Money Learning for Faculty, Professional Staff and Students

Financial Fitness: Fun Money Learning for Faculty, Professional Staff and Students

On May 18, faculty, professional staff and even a few students gathered together for “Retirement Planning: It’s Never Too Early and It’s Never Too Late,” a workshop put on by Drexel Human Resources, A Healthier U and Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union.

 
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Pivot Point: The President's Report

John A. Fry’s annual president’s report shows off the fruits of 2015 — prioritizing ‘right fit’ students and investing in financial aid, co-op support and advising and collaborations with other like-minded organizations. 
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Drexel Anticipates Record Financial Aid Investment, Sets Undergraduate Charges for 2016-17

Drexel anticipates investing approximately $243 million in financial aid next year, which would be the largest amount in University history and include an increased commitment to need-based aid.
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Financial Fitness Series Back — In Two Parts

By popular demand, the Financial Fitness Series hosted by A Healthier U and the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union is back and expanded.
2014 President's Report

14 Stories of '14: The President's Report

Since the best way to understand an institution is to hear (and see) its stories, John A. Fry's annual President's Report features more than a dozen stories and videos about the projects and achievements that make Drexel special.
Catherine Ulozas

Who Manages Drexel's $650 Million Endowment? A Q&A With Catherine Ulozas

As any prudent person would do, Drexel has accumulated a sizable nest egg to set itself up for the future. And its $650 million endowment needs someone to watch over it.

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Can $30 million a year be fair pay for a CEO? A Q&A with David Becher

A $30 million salary? A $1.5 million home security system? How much is too much when it comes to CEO pay? DrexelNow talked with associate professor David Becher about what goes into executives' compensation.