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Paul Jensen

Q&A: Paul E. Jensen, Dean of LeBow College of Business

Paul E. Jensen, PhD, may be the new dean of the LeBow College of Business, but he is by no means new to Drexel.

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. 
BRIDGE campers alongside their counselors and LeBow staff.

At Camp BRIDGE, Students Create Apps and Build Self-Worth

The BRIDGE program in the LeBow College of Business brought 20 local middle-school students to campus for two weeks to develop critical thinking, creativity and self-efficacy, all while building mentoring relationships with college counterparts.
Drexel President John Fry, right, with Saxbys CEO Nick Bayer.

At Second Saxbys Café, Experiential Learning Finds a New Home

Saxbys opened its second student-run coffee shop on campus this week in the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building, making the company’s relationship with the Drexel community even stronger.
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.
The Penn Relays

Drexel’s Sport Management Program Has a Heavy Hand in Packed Sports Weekend

This weekend’s NFL Draft and Penn Relays will focus the sports world’s attention squarely on Philadelphia. Like usual, members of Drexel’s sport management program will be behind the scenes helping make it all happen.
A person using a ride-hailing service in New York

Trump Order Puts Lyft and Uber at Odds Professors Weigh In on What’s at Stake for Brands

A poll asked a panel of business school professors to grade Lyft and Uber, app-based, ride-hailing services, on their reactions to Donald Trump’s executive order barring visitors and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries to the United States. Lyft was quick to oppose the ban and donated $1 million to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) while Uber was more equivocal and continued to operate despite the publicized Taxi walkout.

pin for clinton and trump

Panel of Business Professors Gives Goldman Sachs a Grade of ā€˜C-ā€™ for New Campaign Contribution Policies

A Drexel University poll asked a panel of business school professors to grade Goldman Sachs on new rules that effectively ban the firm’s partners from contributing to certain political campaigns, including the Trump-Pence ticket. Overall, the panel, involving experts from 39 world-renowned universities, gave Goldman Sachs a “C-” for how it is handling this political issue.

Eileen McDonnell, president and CEO of Penn Mutual and Drexel's 2016 Business Leader of the Year

Drexel Names Penn Mutual Chairman and CEO Eileen C. McDonnell 2016 Business Leader of the Year

Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business has named Penn Mutual Chairman and CEO Eileen C. McDonnell as its 2016 Business Leader of the Year. McDonnell will be honored at a luncheon celebrating her achievements on April 5.

Image of Bradley vs. Helvetica

The Game of Fonts: Research Finds That Difficult-to-Read Fonts Can Positively Affect Buying Habits

In a new paper, forthcoming in the Journal of the Academy of Science, a team of researchers including Drexel University’s Rajneesh Suri, PhD, a professor of marketing at the LeBow College of Business, take a closer look at how consumers’ buying decisions are influenced by fonts.
JJ Ramberg

Drexel to Host MSNBC’s JJ Ramberg of “Your Business” For Talk on Issues Affecting Small Biz Owners

MSNBC’s JJ Ramberg, host of “Your Business,” a television show dedicated to discussions about the issues affecting small business owners, will speak to Drexel University students on Jan. 28 at 6:30 p.m. 
Dylan Steinberg, a Drexel alumnus and founder of Dream Machine Creative.

Who’s Hiring? Dream Machine Creative

Dream Machine Creative has a history of creating awesome experiences and opportunities for video production Drexel co-ops. Now the NYC-based startup is offering to do the same for business majors as well.