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With a $3 million gift to Drexel University, the Lenfest Foundation will fund paid cooperative education jobs for students in the nonprofit cultural sector. In recognition of this generous gift, the University will name its Center for Cultural Partnerships in honor of Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest. The Center was established in 2015 to fortify cultural institutions like museums, libraries and historical societies and make their offerings and experiences more accessible to Drexel students.
Pennoni’s Yearlong Symposium Takes a Closer Look at Community
In Cuba, Drexel University Documentary Class Explores Life and Film
An intensive course abroad places Drexel students alongside professional filmmakers at a legendary film school in Cuba to make short documentaries as they discover the complexities of the island nation and the filmmaking process.
In Summer Showcase, Drexel Research STARs Set to Shine
Reflection and Communication Through Flamenco – Acclaimed Artist, Belén Maya, Comes to Drexel
World-renowned flamenco dancer, teacher and scholar Belén Maya will perform for the first time in Philadelphia this fall as part of a residency at Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design. As a 2017 Rankin-Scholar-In-Residence, Maya will give two public performances, lead demonstrations and workshops, and teach classes on campus.
At Camp BRIDGE, Students Create Apps and Build Self-Worth
A Life-Changing Visit to a Revolutionary Scandinavian Prison
Drexel’s Student-Run Summer Reading Camp Gives Kids a Boost
Graduate and undergraduate students in Drexel’s School of Education are working together to deliver a four-week literacy crash course to elementary students in Philadelphia.
Young Dragons Take Flight With an Eagle at 'STEAM' Camp
Drexel Unveils Experiential Edge Winter Enrollment Program
Drexel Students Deliver a Weekly Dose of Fun at CHOP
In “Story Medicine,” one of Drexel’s several community-based learning courses, students visit the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to perform shows based on scripts they write, giving the young patients in their audience a joyous break from the norm.