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Student Life and News

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Commencement Activities and Celebrations

July 05, 2017

Academic excellence and hopes for the future were celebrated and shared at the Mann Center for the Performing Arts at CNHP’s commencement exercises. Graduates received sage advice and life’s lessons from two student commencement speakers and the incoming CEO of BAYADA Home Health Care on June 12. 

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Jerry John Nutor Elected as GSA President

August 23, 2016

Jerry John Nutor, ’18, a PhD Nursing Student, was recently elected President of Drexel’s Graduate Student Association. Nutor also has been working with the Dornsife Global Development Scholars program to help those in need in Zambia.

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Financial Support is Here For Students in Need

July 20, 2016

STaND Up for Students brings in funds to benefit Dean’s Student Emergency Funds, received by audience with roaring laughter. 

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Helping Moms in Need in Mexico

July 20, 2016

Christina Martindale, ‘18, a nurse anesthesia student, used her quarter break week to volunteer in an impoverished area in Mexico, hiking to find pregnant women in need of medical care.

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A Fresh Perspective on Philadelphia

June 15, 2016

Satwika Rahapsari, an international student from Indonesia, studying at Drexel during her first trip to the United States. Read More

Emboldened By Experience, New Nurse Takes on Philadelphia

March 15, 2016

Less than three years after graduating, Abbie McGee, BSN ’13, has found a way to give back to the Drexel community while taking advantage of the robust health care environment Philadelphia has to offer.

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Uncovering the Secrets of Group Dynamics

March 15, 2016

Students in the Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program (MULFP) get so much more than a leadership certificate. They get to create a leadership portfolio and toolbox that will benefit them throughout their career and develop a personal brand – not to mention they’re introduced to a mentor to lend a listening ear and a helping hand at the ready! 

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Keeping Up With Katrina

March 15, 2016

Katrina Lewis, BSN ’19, has always known how to work hard, take chances and push herself outside of her comfort zone. Since arriving at Drexel in September 2014, she’s already developed an impressive resume that includes leadership, research and – soon enough – international work experience. 

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Dates and Deadlines

February 15, 2016

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Persistence is Paramount for Accelerated Physician Assistant Student

February 15, 2016

Even as a high school student, Dylan Stempel ’17 knew he wanted to be a physician assistant (PA) and wasn’t going to let anything get in his way. Stempel, a Connecticut native, was determined not only to expose himself to the PA profession, but to find the most efficient path to becoming one.

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Starting New Traditions at the 7th Annual Drexel University Student Nurses Association Banquet

February 15, 2016

This year’s Drexel University Student Nurses Association (DUSNA) banquet promises to blend tradition with a few unique additions. At the helm of the event – and the organization – is its president, Delancy McManus (’16). 

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Students Secure Spring-Summer Co-ops

February 15, 2016

In less than two months, another round of co-operative education students will embark on their six- month-long professional journeys focused on sampling careers in the health professions and nursing. For some, this will be their first go-round. For others, this could be another step toward landing a job post-graduation. 

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A Personal Transition Inspires New Space for Prayer

December 08, 2015

Joy Johnson, a clinical compliance coordinator at Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions, underwent an incredible personal journey while employed by the University – a religious conversion to the Muslim faith. 
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Fulbright Scholar Hopes to Expand Art Therapy

September 22, 2015

After spending 10 years abroad in Russia, Israel and Denmark, Minh-Anh Nguyen, PhD, has finally landed in the Creative Arts Therapy Department to work on his research as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar. His pursuit of scholarship and desire to bring creative arts therapies to his native Vietnam are the driving forces behind his tenure at Drexel.

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Before and After Clinical: Two PA Students Share their Perspectives

August 27, 2015

The primary goal of Drexel’s Physician Assistant (PA) Program is to develop graduates who are competent, caring physician assistants, possessing the skills of life-long learning needed to incorporate new knowledge and methods into their practices and to adapt to a changing medical environment. 

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Students from Drexel’s Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Program Host Second Annual Mr. DPT Pageant

August 27, 2015

Hosted by the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) class of 2016, the Mr. DPT pageant proved, once again, to be a fun and effective fundraiser in its second year.

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Co-op Spotlight: Emily-Ann Ruedemann

July 30, 2015

Emily-Ann Ruedemann is a senior nursing student in Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions. Now in the midst of her third (and final) co-op cycle, she is currently working as a nurse co-op in the intermediate cardiac care unit at Jefferson University Hospital.

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Students Advocate Mental Health Awareness

July 30, 2015

As the topic of mental health on college campuses continues to garner attention from the media, student bodies and university administrations, Drexel’s Angela Mancao aims to take a proactive approach to awareness. 

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Q&A: The Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows

Q&A: The Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program Through the Lens of Mentor and Mentee

June 25, 2015

Sakinah Kidd, a junior nursing student and Fellow who has been involved in the program for nine months, and her mentor, Sheila Hess, director of Foundation Programs and Community Affairs at Independence Blue Cross Foundation who has been involved in the program for 10 months, give their unique perspectives on the relationship they’ve built and continue to nourish...

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Nursing Students Display High Tech Options for Training

Nursing Students Display High Tech Options for Training

May 28, 2015

As the College of Nursing and Health Professions students walked into the room, they found a patient lying unresponsive on the floor. 

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Health Services Administration Students Volunteer at CARIE Spring Auction

May 28, 2015

At last week's Spring Auction for C.A.R.I.E. (Center for Advocacy for the Rights and Interests of the Elderly ~ http://www.carie.org/), HSAD majors Hemanti Sarvaiya and Derrick Dignam volunteered to help attendees at this annual fundraising event.

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Interfaith Baccalaureate and Reception

May 28, 2015

All are welcome to join the Drexel University Campus Ministry Team and members of the Spiritual and Religious Life Community for the Interfaith Baccalaureate Service and Reception.

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Center for Academic Success Receives Recertification

April 21, 2015

The Center for Academic Success (CAS) has received recertification through the College Reading and Learning Association’s International Tutor Training Program.  The CAS’s program is certified for Level 1 and Level 2 training through 2019.

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Academic Success Workshops

April 21, 2015

The Center for Academic Success (CAS) will be hosting a series of Academic Success Workshops through the spring quarter.  Workshops are offered both face-to-face and online.  Interested in attending?  Register at goo.gl/forms/UtLHG5dnvn 

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Beaubrun Pens Memoir, Inspires Community

April 21, 2015

At just 22 years old, nursing student Elvelyna Beaubrun can add published author to her burgeoning list of accomplishments. Elvelyna, who was diagnosed with sickle cell anemia as a baby, wrote her memoir to raise awareness about the painful disease and offer solidarity to the community of over 100,000 in the United States who are afflicted by it.

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Rebecca Walker: Nursing Student By Day, Pageant Contestant By Night

March 13, 2015

Rebecca Walker, a 5th year student at Drexel’s Nursing and Health Professions, and a member of the first cohort for the College’s Lactation concentration, competed in the Miss Philadelphia Pageant on February 28.

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Hey Niket!

March 13, 2015

Niket Subhedar is a senior in the Health Services Administration program, completing his studies in March in anticipation of June graduation.  He is the president of the Drexel Society of Future Health Leaders, and was recently nominated to be included in Who’s Who Among Students in American Institutes & Colleges

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DPT Students Complete Cohort in Italy

March 09, 2015

Three Drexel Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Sciences students completed their clinical education at facilities in Tuscany, Italy... 

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CNHP Living and Learning Community Visit 11th Street

January 29, 2015

The CNHP Living Learning Community is a wing in Myers Residence Hall dedicated to students in the College of Nursing and Health Professions...

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Q&A with Victoria Scotti

January 29, 2015

Victoria Scotti, a PhD candidate in the Creative Arts Therapies program, was just awarded the Estonian Student Scholarship for the second year in a row. Along with classmate Angela Aicher, Scott is co-authoring an article on arts-based research... 

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Drexel Nursing Students Receive Scholarships

October 30, 2010

Ruth Henriquez, Leah Noble, Latoya Jackson, and Kionna Wright, four junior level students in the co-op nursing program, received scholarship awards from Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc, Theta Chapter.

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Alumnus Profile: John Kristel

November 05, 2014

“It might sound cliché, but it’s about fighting the human nature of not wanting to change,” said John Kristel, President and CEO of Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network and an alumnus of the Master of Physical Therapy Program at the Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions. 

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DPT Class of 2017 Scavenger Hunt

September 25, 2014

The Doctor of Physical Therapy Class of 2017 had fun during their orientation scavenger hunt on September 19 as they visited many of the iconic sites that make Philadelphia unique. 

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Student Nydia Sanchez on the Macy Leadership Program

September 25, 2014

Nydia Sanchez is an accelerated BS/MHS Pre-PA student in the College of Nursing and Health Professions who recently graduated from the Macy Undergraduate Leadership Fellows Program...

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Alumna Gives TED Talk in Egypt

July 14, 2014

Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions alumna Carol Hammal, an art therapist, musician, and visual artist, presented during a TEDx (x= independently organized) event on June 27 at the German University in Cairo (GUC).

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What’s Next for Our Dragons?

July 14, 2014

Hundreds of College of Nursing and Health Professions students- both undergraduate and graduate- crossed the stage at the University’s 120th Commencement Exercises on June 13.

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CNHPeople: Student Works to Increase Men in Nursing

July 14, 2014

Andrew DeMaio is a junior in the five-year BSN Program at the Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions and is currently completing his second co-op in Sacramento, California. For DeMaio, the Drexel name is “synonymous with family.”

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Student Life Awards 2014

June 10, 2014

The Student Life Awards Ceremony, hosted by the Drexel Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) and Student Affairs, is meant to recognize and reward Drexel community members who have made significant contributions to student life at the University and in the surrounding community. 

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Nursing Student to Battalion Commander

June 09, 2014

BSN student Sarah Getsay is looking forward to her senior year as Cadet Battalion Commander of Drexel’s Army ROTC. 

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Students Spot Elderly’s Need for Good Sneakers

June 09, 2014

The Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) Class of 2016 from the College of Nursing and Health Professions visited the Philadelphia Nursing Home this February to practice functional mobility and walking with assistive devices. 

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Students Showcase Skills in World in Focus Contest 

May 19, 2014

Winners of the 2014 Drexel World Fusion Fest’s World in Focus Photo Contest were announced at a reception in the New College Building Student Lounge on April 11. 

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Smoothies for Dad Vail Regatta

May 19, 2014

The University’s Men’s and Women’s Rowing Teams were kept hydrated and well-nourished during the Dad Vail Regatta...

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You Thought You Knew Eric Williams

April 22, 2014

Get to know the College’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni on a whole new level through our new series, “You Thought You Knew.” You might be surprised by what you learn!

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6 Ways to Moderate Consumption if You Choose to Drink

February 28, 2014

It’s not news that some college students choose to drink alcohol. That some of these drinkers actually choose to, or unintentionally, become intoxicated while drinking and experience an array of consequences is likewise no secret. 

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Introducing the Society of Future Health Administrators

February 19, 2014

Students at the College of Nursing and Health Professions regularly demonstrate how caring they are. Not only do they care about the academic excellence, but they also care about helping their peers to succeed. Senior Health Services Administration (HSAD) Program students Jane Lee and Mahawa Kpada are prime examples...

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Yes, I’m a Pre-Junior!

February 19, 2014

Kat Raiser often has to explain what it means to be a "pre-junior" in a five year program. Sound familiar?

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Radhika Parikh: Her Passion for Multidisciplinary Learning

February 19, 2014

Radhika Parikh is a junior in the Accelerated Physician Assistant Program at the College of Nursing and Health Professions. She is also pursuing a minor in business from the LeBow College of Business. In this interview, Parikh gives insight into the benefits of completing a minor at Drexel, and how it has helped her become a well-rounded student.

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Q&A with Noah Zuares: On Being a Man in Nursing

January 21, 2014

Current BSN student Noah Zuares shares what it is like to be a male nursing student at Drexel University, his path to the nursing profession, and the reasons why he wanted to be involved in the establishment of the Drexel Male Nurses’ Association.

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Q&A with Student Samantha Beaino: Replicable Sustainable Farming Programs

January 21, 2014

Samantha Beaino, an undergraduate student in the Nutrition Sciences Department at the College of Nursing and Health Professions, was recently awarded the Urban Sustainability Initiative Fellowship Grant (USI) for a total of $7,500.

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The Steinbright Career Development Center Goes Global

December 02, 2013

Are you the type of person who loves traveling and learning about new cultures? Are you seeking cooperative education opportunities in another country? You’re now likely to find the information you need, thanks to the new Going Global resource at Drexel...

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Alumni Update: Where are they now?

December 02, 2013

Erika Barrington (MA ’13) and Amy Capomacchio (MA ’13) hosted a workshop called Theatre of the Oppressed for mental health professionals at Studio 34 in Philadelphia. The workshop consisted of games and theatrical exercises designed to help improve communication skills...

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Student Voices: Networking Event Allows CNHP Graduate Students to Meet Peers Across Disciplines

December 02, 2013

On behalf of the Office of Student Affairs, Center City Office, we decided to host a networking event to foster interactions between graduate students at Drexel, while also creating awareness about the Office and the work that we do. Often as a graduate student it is fairly easy to become immersed in your program and the people you see and are with all of the time.

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Updates from the Center City Student Advisory Board

November 13, 2013

On November 6, the College of Nursing and Health Profession’s Center City Student Advisory Board met to talk about topics such as the recent Family Weekend event, Studypalooza, Student Orientation, the new Health Professions Dinner and Discussion events, the Dean’s Town Hall Meeting, the opening of the LGBTQ Center on Main Campus, and...

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Q& A with Jennie Pless: Saturday Scholars Grad Applies Classroom Learning to Launching Her Own Business

November 13, 2013

Jennie Pless is a 2013 graduate of the Health Services Administration Program. During the program, she launched her business, Work-4-All, an employment specialists agency that provides services to individuals with disabilities.

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Center City Student Affairs Leads Volunteer Fair for College of Nursing and Health Profession Students

October 24, 2013

On October 1, the Center City Student Affairs Office of Drexel University led a volunteer fair for all College of Nursing and Health Professions students in the New College Building’s Geary Auditorium Lobby. 

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CNHP Prepared Pre-Physician Assistant Student Shivani Amin for CHOP Co-op

October 09, 2013

For junior student Shivani Amin, who is currently studying in the 5-year accelerated Pre-Physician Assistant Program, the Drexel College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP) could not have been a better fit. Situated in the fifth largest city in the United States and connected to seemingly boundless opportunities worldwide, Drexel University and the CNHP have helped shape Amin’s career goals early in her education...

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CNHP Faculty and Staff Challenged to Think About Diversity

October 09, 2013

On October 4, Tazuko Shibusawa, PhD, Dean and Director of the Master’s in Social Work Program at New York University’s Silver School of Social Work, gave a presentation about the “Challenges of Diversity” on Drexel University’s Center City campus...

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Get Involved: Become Inspired Today to Make a Difference Tomorrow

October 09, 2013

When I stepped onto the stage to sing the Star Spangled Banner at the National Student Nurses’ Association’s 61st Annual Convention Opening Ceremony last year, I never could have guessed where that performance would take me just five months later. On September 18, I was reunited with my duet partner Bianca Green to sing in front of hundreds of emergency nurses from across the world...

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HSAD Student Mahmoud Shurbaji Serves as Undergraduate Student Government President 

October 09, 2013

For College of Nursing and Health Professions student Mahmoud Shurbaji, a “typical” day is anything but typical. His day starts with an early morning Crew practice in the chilly waters of the Schuylkill River, followed by afternoon classes in Center City, eventually ending with a few late-night meetings. In addition to being a Health Services Administration (HSAD) major, with double minors in Business Administration and Operations Management, Shurbaji is also the President of the Drexel Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) and a member of the...

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Nutrition Counseling Now Available to All Drexel Students

October 01, 2013

The Department of Nutrition Sciences is very pleased to announce that, beginning during the fall quarter 2013, nutrition counseling services will be available to every Drexel student as a benefit of their student status...

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Tips for Healthy Eating at Philadelphia’s Food Trucks

October 01, 2013

Thanks to Master of Human Nutrition graduate Svetlana Thaler ‘12, the Drexel community has yet another way to eat healthfully on or near campus. In a research project she conducted with Professor Nyree Dardarian, Thaler examined the options available at local food trucks, giving each truck a rating based on...

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10 Steps to Rock Your Senior Job Search

September 12, 2013

“The job search doesn’t begin with clicking the ‘apply’ button; it begins with understanding what employers are looking for and demonstrating that understanding in your materials. It’s also about and cultivating and maintaining relationships in your field,” said Nicole Dalberto, Senior Coordinator for Graduating Students and Recent Alumni at the Steinbright Career Development Center...

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New “Life is Beautiful” Course Connects Students with Hospice Patients

August 29, 2013

Drexel Pre-Physician Assistant student Alexandra Kirczow and Nursing student Judith Parent had the unique opportunity to connect with hospice patients on a personal level while taking a summer course called “Life is Beautiful.”

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Gerber, Elizabeth Templeton and Students Co-Author Chapter for Art As Research

August 29, 2013

This September, pick up a copy of Art As Research, a new book about art-based research, and you will see a chapter written by Nancy Gerber, PhD, with Elizabeth Templeton and PhD students from CNHP’s Creative Arts Therapies Program...

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Drexel Student Organizes 5k Race, Raising More than $3k for Wounded Veterans

August 29, 2013

Drexel University’s Physical Therapy Club and the Arnold Air Society hosted a 5k Fun Run on the morning of July 13 to support the Wounded Warrior Project. The Fighter Jet 5k was held at the Valley Forge Military Academy in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and raised more than $3,000 to support our servicemen and women...

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Alumni Update: Where are they now?

August 14, 2013

John A. Kristel, MPT ‘97, President and CEO of the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network in Allentown, Pennsylvania, has been appointed Chair of the Good Shepherd Penn Partners Board of Directors...

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Q&A With Rachel Hudes ‘10, Former 11th Street Co-op and Current Business Owner

August 14, 2013

Rachel Hudes, BS Nutrition ‘10, draws upon her experiences as a co-op at 11th Street Family Health Services as she forges ahead as the founding leader of her business, Delicious Control. Here, Rachel answers our questions about how her work at 11th Street shaped her path to entrepreneurship...

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Q&A with Mary Beth Kealy: A New Yoga Course for the Enlightened Practitioner

August 14, 2013

The Complementary and Integrative Therapies Program is introducing a new course in the fall quarter, titled Yoga for the Enlightened Practitioner. The course has limited enrollment and is delivered entirely online via weekly PowerPoint lectures with embedded video recordings of different yoga postures. “It integrates the traditional underpinnings of yogic philosophy with contemporary medical yoga techniques,” explained Stephanie Ross, Director of the Complementary and Integrative Therapies Program...

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What did you do on vacation?

July 29, 2013

Send us photos and stories from your summer vacation! We’ll feature your adventures in Chartings and on CNHP social media. Please send photos and information to mko28@drexel.edu.

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Q&A with 11th Street Co-op Samantha Beaino ‘14

July 29, 2013

"11th Street is an interdisciplinary facility. They have every part of health care represented here from primary care nurses to dental to physical therapy and fitness. When I interviewed, everyone was very welcoming and passionate about all aspects of health. I knew it would be a great experience to work here..."

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Haiti Mission Trip: an Emotional and Transformational Experience for Family Nurse Practitioner Students

July 29, 2013

“I was terribly nervous, as were we all,” said John Evers, a Family Nurse Practitioner student who travelled on a medical mission trip to Haiti along with seven other students from the program during mid-June...

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Q&A with Alumnus Eric Chapman: His NIH Career and Graduate School Pursuits

July 22, 2013

Eric Chapman graduated from Drexel’s Health Services Administration program in Spring 2012. He works with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and his professional and academic affiliations include the American Society for Public Administration, Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management...

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Student Freddy May Transformed by London Study Abroad Experience

July 22, 2013

“It was an absolutely amazing experience and one that changed me forever,” said senior Health Services Administration student Freddy May of his unconventional study abroad trip to the London Paralympics last year...

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Freddy Perez on Life as a Student and his Dream of Managing a Children’s Hospital

July 22, 2013

“I want my happiness to spawn from my career and that is one of the many goals I strive to achieve,” said freshman Health Services Administration (HSAD) student Freddy Perez...

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Student Niket Subhedar Follows a Different Path to Medicine

July 22, 2013

Drexel sophomore Niket Subhedar is forging a unique path to medical school in the Health Services Administration Program at the College of Nursing and Health Professions. While working toward his Bachelor’s degree in HSAD, Subhedar is also fulfilling his pre-requisite requirements to continue on to medical school...

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CNHP Learning Community Fosters Friendship, Academic Success and Student Engagement

June 27, 2013

Students from various disciplines within the College of Nursing and Health Professions live with one another on Drexel’s Main Campus in the Learning Community, supporting each other in a variety of ways throughout their academic and extracurricular careers. “This is the right time to talk about the Learning Community...

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Drexel Male Nurses Association Holds Successful Pizza Fundraiser for Trip

June 27, 2013

The Drexel Male Nurses Association sponsored a pizza fundraiser on June 11 in the Klahr Lobby of the New College Building to support their attendance of the American Association of Men in Nursing Meeting in October 2013 in Newark, New Jersey. “We could not be more thankful for the support...

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Students Who Studied in Costa Rica Would Go Back “In a Heartbeat”

May 30, 2013

College of Nursing and Health Professions students Katie Fox, Mackenzie Himpler and Ambar Witter recently returned from their study abroad trip to Costa Rica.

“I would definitely encourage anybody in the College of Nursing and Health Professions to do it. It took a little bit of work to make it work with my plan of study, but it was so worth it. I would do it again 1,000 times in a heartbeat..."

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Elizabeth Meyers '14 Reflects On Patients She Cared For During Deployment

May 20, 2013

Elizabeth Meyers ‘14 is a student in Drexel’s Physician Assistant program and a fifth generation member of the Air Force. “I have always had a love for the military and grew up in a ‘blue’ Air Force family. I have always wanted to serve my country,” she said.

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Alumni Update: Where are they now?

May 09, 2013

Christian Brenner, MHS ’13, joined the practice of Premier Orthopaedic Associates of South Jersey in Vineland New Jersey as a Physician Assistant. Brenner previously worked as an athletic trainer and physical therapy assistant...

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Fourth Generation Nurse Earns Her BSN and MSN Online with Sights Set on a PhD

May 01, 2013

“I’m married to nursing and my daughter,” said single mother and fourth generation nurse Veronica Weaver, who earned her BSN in 2009 and her MSN in 2011, both from Drexel Online. “It was an amazing journey. I loved the flexibility and diversity of the classes..."

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Scholarship Allows Student Jen Manning to Provide Hand Therapy on Rural Reservation

April 12, 2013

Jen Manning has a two-month patient waiting list for her therapy care in the health clinic on the White Earth Indian Reservation in Minnesota where she works. She is a current student in the Hand and Upper Quarter Rehabilitation Program at Drexel’s College of Nursing and Health Professions.

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Student from Singapore Knew Books Alone Weren't Enough

April 11, 2013

“Sometimes books cannot tell you the actual feel of how you touch a patient. For interventions, books tell you roughly what to do but there isn’t a part that tells you how to touch, how many repetitions you have to do,” said Un San (“Christina”) Tai, an occupational therapist and current student in Drexel’s Certificate in Hand Therapy and Upper Quarter Rehabilitation Program.

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Drexel Nursing Students Say Age Isn’t an Obstacle

March 29, 2013

Age is no obstacle for middle-aged Drexel nursing students Diane Werner, 47, and Stephanie Reeves, 44, who were quoted on Nurse.com about their positive experiences going back to college later in life.

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The Student Perspective

October 15, 2012

“This program felt like a good fit and the faculty was very approachable. I think they do a good job at emphasizing taking what you learned in class and translating it to the clinical experience,” said Lauren Weaver, a member of the Physician Assistant Class of 2013...

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Drexel Earns Silver Award for Student APTA Membership

August 23, 2012

Each June, the American Physical Therapy Association tallies its student members as a part of the ‘Reach100’ nationwide challenge to encourage student membership and participation. Institutions with 80-100% APTA membership are honored with tiered...

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The 11th Street Co-op Experience: Q&A With Danielle Matthews

August 01, 2012

Danielle Matthews, Nutrition and Food Sciences ‘13, is completing a co-op at 11th Street Family Health Services in the role of Health Education Outreach Program Assistant. Danielle, of Williamsville, New York, plans to become a Registered Dietitian and earn a master’s degree.

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Saying “See You Later” to Rebecca Shasanmi

August 01, 2012

“I love this community so much. Before I came here I never thought it could be that deep,” Rebecca Shasanmi shared with us during an intimate conversation about the time she has spent as the Health Promotion and Outreach Associate at 11th Street Family Health Services.

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Drexel's College of Nursing and Health Professions "Wear Your Sneakers to Work"

July 15, 2010

Members of CNHP participated in the Wear Your Sneakers to Work Day on June 18th and walked from 15th and Race to Drexel Park (31st and Powelton).

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Student News

June 19, 2010

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