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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.

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LeBow students manage real $1 million stock fund

More than grades are at stake for the students in two portfolio management courses in the LeBow College of Business: They're tasked with managing a real $1 million stock fund, part of Drexel's endowment.

Donna Ferrari

Drexel LeBow Adviser Helps International Grad Students Settle In

Donna Ferrari, a developmental adviser for Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, helps students get on track to achieve their accounting or finance graduate degrees.

Wall Street

‘Rescuing Cities, Schools and Students: New Models for Municipal Banking’ Forum at Drexel , May 23

A public forum entitled “Rescuing Cities, Schools and Students: New Models for Municipal Banking” will be held at Drexel University on Thursday, May 23, sponsored by Drexel University's Center for Public Policy, the Pennsylvania Project and the Public Banking Institute.
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Introducing Drexel Central

The University is developing Drexel Central, a one-stop location for students and families to receive answers to all billing, financial aid and registration inquiries.

Business Professor Marco Airaudo Comments on Elections in Italy

James Hamalian

Junior Rubs Elbows with Investment Banking Executives

This fall, junior James Hamalian will return to classes with more than books and pens in hand. Thanks to his co-op experience, he will return with a new working-world understanding of the concepts being taught in his classes.

Drexel Finance Professor Jacqueline Garner

Drexel Finance Professor Available to Comment on Facebook IPO