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Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics, The University of Delaware

197161501 234 Hullihen Hall Newark View map
United States


Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics is a School of Business at the University of Delaware. The school was named after Alfred Lerner, formerly the chairman of MBNA, one of the largest credit card issuers in the world before being bought out by Bank of America.The business school building was originally dedicated on October 17, 1997, as MBNA America Hall. On December 12, 2002, in memory of Alfred Lerner and in recognition of the generous endowment from the MBNA Foundation, the building was renamed to Alfred Lerner Hall. Our students are daring to be first in all they do, from winning the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Challenge 2013, an annual national case competition with nearly 600 entrants, to operating the “Moo Mobile,” an ice cream truck partnership between our Horn Program in Entrepreneurship and the UDairy Creamery. Our faculty are making research discoveries in a variety of fields, from Meryl Gardner’s publication in the Journal of Consumer Psychology on how moods impact our eating habits, to John D’Arcy’s work on cybersecurity and stress in the workplace, forthcoming in a Journal of Management Information Systems article.

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