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Donna M. Murasko to Conclude Role as Dean of College of Arts and Sciences
One of Drexel’s longest serving deans will transition from her role at the end of the academic year.
Employee Spotlight: Timothy Kurzweg, Advocate for Undergraduate Education
After transitioning from the College of Engineering into the Office of the Provost through a fellowship program, Timothy Kurzweg is ready to support undergraduate students across Drexel University in the pursuit of success.
Winter Term: What’s on Tap?
Drexel's Statement on Resignation of Professor George Ciccariello-Maher
Friday Night Lights: Drexel Sets Plans for Commencement 2018
Drexel University is headed back to the ballpark for 2018’s universitywide commencement, setting the stage for another sparkling night of celebration complete with a fireworks display.
Now in its fifth year, the 2018 Philly Chef Conference will once again convene the regional and national food community to discuss the latest food and beverage industry issues and trends with demonstrations on current professional techniques. Experts from coast-to-coast will talk trends in food styling and beverage programs, as well as sexism in the kitchen and wellness for chefs. The conference hosted by Drexel University’s Center for Food and Hospitality Management will take place Sunday through Monday, March 11–12, 2018.
Heard Around Campus — December
In the last month of 2017, Drexel University is preparing for its upcoming winter break with a special extension and holiday hours.
Turkeys, Toys and Military Care Packages: Drexel Continues Holiday Charity Drive Traditions in 2017
Four Drexel University culinary students created two Philly-themed gingerbread houses that are now displayed in the Logan Hotel.