Philadelphia native, activist and actress Melissa Fitzgerald (West Wing) will tell her story of doing theatre with the local population in Uganda. The work is chronicled in the documentary film, Staging Hope, which tells the story of a cross-cultural collaboration between a group of American actors and...
President John Fry visits Israel with a delegation of U.S. University Presidents and Chancellors. The trip, sponsored by Project Interchange, an institute of the American Jewish Committee, encompasses discussion with a cross-section of Israelis with a special focus on the challenges of higher education within Israeli and Palestinian societies.
The Office of International Programs has recently completed review of all summer/fall International Travel Award applications.
From May 5 – 14, 2011 Dean Allen Sabinson led a Westphal College delegation, including, Sandy Stewart (Associate Dean), Joseph Gregory (Art and Art History), Roberta Gruber (Fashion Design and Merchandizing), and Julie Mostov.
The seminar for Translating Modernity and Reconstructing World Literature by Professor Wang Ning was on May 3rd, 2011. Miss it?
Dr. Donna Murasko, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences, signs a new student exchange agreement with our partner Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), in Shanghai, China.
This past spring, Vanessa Lin had the opportunity to travel to The Gambia for six weeks through the Drexel weServe Program.
Israeli musicians from around the world play music of Paris!
Join International Area Studies and The Office of International Programs as they host Assistant Secretary Blake. Assistant Secretary Blake oversees U.S. foreign policy in a critical region of the world, which ranges from India to Kazakhstan.
Guest speaker Dr. Ann Lesch, associate provost for international programs at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, will present "The Tahrir Revolution" at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 in MacAlister Hall (33rd and Chestnut Streets), room 2019/2020.
Drexel representatives met with our partners at the University of Peking in China, and attended the Low Carbon Business Development Forum.
Drexel grad students in the Goodwin Global and International Education program just returned from an 8 day intensive study tour in Northern Ireland.
January 20, 2011, the Study Abroad Office celebrated its new location in the new Intercultural Center on the corner of 33rd and Chestnut. In addition to Provost Greenberg, Drexel students, in-bound exchange students from partner schools abroad, faculty, staff and partners in Global Drexel were there to view the space and see the new Study Abroad website.