Alfred Lerner College of Business and Economics

Fred J. DeMicco

ARAMARK Chair in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management
Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional Management

Research: Food service management, international management, cost control, total quality management.
The chair is supported by a gift from ARAMARK Corp., an international company that specializes in food services for stadiums, arenas, campuses, businesses and schools.

Charles M. Elson

Edgar S. Woolard Jr. Chair in Corporate Governance
Finance

Research: Corporate governance
The Edgar S. Woolard Jr. Chair honors the former chairman and chief executive officer of the DuPont Co.

Jennifer Joe

Whitney Family Professor of Accounting

Research: Audit judgment and decision making, fair value accounting, internal controls, fraud evaluation.
Kenneth C. and Elizabeth K. Whitney Professorships are funded by Kenneth C., BS ’80 and his wife, Elizabeth K. Whitney. Kenneth C. Whitney is a member of the University of Delaware’s Board of Trustees and senior managing director in the Investor Relations and Business Development Group at Blackstone.

Kenneth A. Lewis

Chaplin Tyler Professor of Economics
Economics

Research: Monetary economics, econometrics, mathematical economics
The professorship is funded by an endowment made possible by a gift from the late Chaplin Tyler, who worked at the DuPont Co. for 35 years and was a generous University benefactor.

Charles R. Link

Bank of America Professor of Business
Finance

Research: Labor and health economics, the economics of education, of professional baseball, health economics and health labor markets.
The professorship honors the contributions of MBNA America, now Bank of America, which has been a generous supporter of the University.

Erwin M. Saniga

Dana J. Johnson Professor of Business
Business Administration

Research: Data analysis, process improvement, process optimization, applied statistics and mathematical modeling.
This professorship honors the late Dana J. Johnson, former dean of the then College of Business and Economics.

Laurence S. Seidman

Chaplin Tyler Professor of Economics
Economics

Research: Macroeconomics, public finance.
The professorship is funded by an endowment made possible by a gift from the late Chaplin Tyler, who worked at the DuPont Co. for 35 years and was a generous University benefactor.