Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Earth, Ocean and Environment, Education and Human Development, Engineering, Health Sciences, Vol8 No1 Features
This issue of the University of Delaware Research magazine puts new faces on this idea of disruption, highlighting the innovative way our researchers are tackling complex problems. Learn about their work and what drives them and how the disruption they cause can produce real benefit for our world.
Business and Economics, Questions and Answers, Vol8 No1 Disruptors Section, Vol8 No1 Features
A professor of management at UD’s Lerner College of Business and Economics, Wendy Smith focuses on how leaders and teams can effectively respond to contradictory agendas.
Agriculture and Natural Resources, Arts and Sciences, Business and Economics, Earth, Ocean and Environment, Education and Human Development, Feature, Research News, Undergraduate
At the University of Delaware, undergraduate students are offered an expansive menu of research and service opportunities from the laboratories to the fields.
This summer, more than 500 undergrads took advantage of the unique opportunity to enhance their education by participating in hands-on, cutting-edge discoveries with renowned faculty and researchers.
Business and Economics, Health Sciences, Vol7 No1 Features, VOLUME 7, NO 1
Learn how UD researchers are sharpening that competitive edge, fighting brain cancer, giving credit where credit is due, partners in disaster research and UD-NUVVE collaboration
Business and Economics, VOLUME 5, NO. 2
Jennifer Joe, the Whitney Family Professor of Accounting in the Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, attributes positive experiences with her professors in college as the impetus for her pursuit of an academic career.