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Farm Share Delivering to Drexel

May 10, 2016

The Common Market Farm Share delivering fresh food to your workplace this summer. Sign up to enjoy food sourced directly from small, sustainable farms.

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Webinars in Open Educational Resources

May 10, 2016

What if there was a vast resource of online educational materials available to students and faculty for free? And what if instructors had the ability to adapt and reuse many of those materials to meet the particular needs of their students? It might sound too good to be true, but Open Educational Resources (OER) are a rapidly growing trend in the world of higher education.  Read More

Philadelphia Senior Population to Boom

May 10, 2016

Cities preparing to rise to the challenge of accommodating aging populations

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CNHP Alumna Recognized at Alumni Weekend

May 10, 2016

Dr. Charlene Compher bestowed Service to Profession Award at Alumni Weekend 2016

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Dean's Advisory Board on Diversity and Inclusion Launches Book Passing

May 10, 2016

The Dean's Advisory Board on Diversity and Inclusion (DABDI) has started a book passing on diversity, equity and inclusion topics.
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Parini Gandhi Wins Co-op Award

May 10, 2016

Parini Gandhi, a senior in the five-year BSN Co-op Program, was selected as the College of Nursing and Health Professions’ 2016 Co-op Award Winner for her work on the Apheresis Unit at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  Read More

Fueling Team USA

May 10, 2016

Drexel Sports Nutrition and Exercise Science Summit adds United States Olympic Committee dietitian to speaker lineup ahead of 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio

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Nonprofit in Chile Fostering Resiliency in Children with Chronic Illness and Trauma

April 20, 2016

Kokoi’s name was chosen very carefully. Named in part for koi fish, who swim up through waterfalls and gain incredible strength in the process, and also for kids (“ko”), the moniker perfectly symbolizes the organization’s mission: helping children to become resilient in the face of grave health obstacles.
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