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Drexel undergrad students Valerie Iovine and Lauren Certo

Two Unique Peas in the CNHP Pod

September 20, 2017

From an intensive study abroad research project to student ambassador to EMT, accelerated health sciences students Lauren Certo and Valerie Iovine are taking opportunities no other place than Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions would afford them. Read More
Alumnus Vince Russell '15 at PCOM PA graduation

From Power School to PA School

September 18, 2017

Vince Russell, `15 had a successful career in nuclear power, but he wanted something that spoke more to his passion. With careful planning with his wife, he quit his job and became a full-time health sciences student courtesy of the GI Bill. Read More
Rubert Scholarship Trust seal

Rubert Scholarships Announced

September 18, 2017

The question of affordability is always on the mind of students when it comes to pursuing their dreams in college. Four students have been awarded $10,000 each to help each realize their goals. Read More
Michael Bruneau, Jr., PhD

A Tool Box for Day-to-Day Success

September 18, 2017

Michael Bruneau, Jr., PhD, health sciences professor, runs 100 mph and accomplishes so much in his day, but in college, it had a price. He developed a set of principles he now uses to make the most of his day while enjoying every minute of it. Read More
Stephen Gambescia

Reference Readiness

September 17, 2017

Stephen Gambescia, PhD, an avid runner, published author, beloved professor, among other things, is a student of reference and citation. He spells out tips for not getting dinged for avoidable mistakes in academic writing. Read More
Drexel nutrition intern Leah Tsui at the World University Games

Drexel Nutrition Students 'Jump In' at the 2017 World University Games

September 17, 2017

Current students and alumni represented Drexel and CNHP at the 29th World University Summer Games in Taipei, Taiwan, but not competing in a sport. They helped fuel the more than 7,700 student athletes from around the world.

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Al Rundio

Rundiogram

September 17, 2017

Rundiogram is a new monthly feature in Off the Charts. We are looking for regular contributors to our monthly newsletter. Please email College Engagement, Marketing and Communictions for more information.

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Special Acknowledgments

September 15, 2017

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Where Are They Now

September 15, 2017

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New CNHP Dean Laura N. Gitlin, PhD

New Dean Announced

August 10, 2017

The College of Nursing and Health Professions appoints Laura N. Gitlin, PhD as its new Dean. She will help keep CNHP's place at the forefront of innovative health care education and research and be the perfect custodian of CNHP’s interprofessional practice, education and research initiative (IPER). 
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