Staff

Teck-Kah Lim

Associate Vice Provost
for Graduate Studies
limtk@drexel.edu

3141 Chestnut St. Randell Hall, Room 240
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.895.1670

Professor of Physics A Fellow of the American Physical Society, Dr. Lim is currently or has been: Professor of the Year, College of Arts and Science Faculty Advisor, Graduate Student Association Faculty Advisor, Malaysian Student Association, Drexel University Faculty Advisor, Badminton Club Secretary-Treasurer, Topical Group on Few-Body Systems and Multiparticle Dynamics of the American Physical Society Director, Drexel University's MARA Educational Center Recording Secretary, Faculty Senate Consultant,with Peter Seldin on construction of teaching portfolios Consultant, Ministry of Education, Guangxi Province, PRC Consultant, United Nations Development Program

Natalie Marciano

Director, Graduate Studies
nfm28@drexel.edu

3141 Chestnut St. Randell Hall, Room 240 Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.895.2498

Natalie comes here from the Science Center at Haverford College. Before that she was at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Harvard Medical School and the University of Toronto. She has extensive program management, event planning, student affairs, faculty affairs, and admissions experience. Natalie received her MS Ed in Higher Education Administration from the Graduate School of Education at Penn.

Taz Kwok

Associate Director, Graduate Studies
tkk22@drexel.edu

3141 Chestnut St. Randell Hall, Room 240
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.571.4526

Taz Kwok has been a member of the Drexel community for more than a decade, first as a student, and now as the Assistant Director of the Graduate Studies Office. Taz received his Bachelor of Science in Teacher Education from Drexel and later pursued his graduate degree in Teaching, Learning and Curriculum. Though Taz has been with the Office of Graduate Studies since 2006, he began working at Drexel in a professional capacity in 2000 in the Drexel Center for Learning and Academic Excellence under the leadership and mentorship of Sheila Graves. Taz has years of experience with graduate students and can answer almost any question regarding processes, protocols, forms and credits or will lead you in the proper direction of the person who can most effectively aid you. At home, he takes care of his own circus of pets: his two dogs, Doggie and PingPong, and two turtles, hamburger and cheeseburger.

Sandra Golis

Administrative Coordinator, Graduate Studies
sbg38@drexel.edu

3141 Chestnut St. Randell Hall, Room 240
Philadelphia, PA 19104
215.895.0366

Sandra comes to Drexel University from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey where she earned her BA in Journalism and Media Studies and MEd in College Student Affairs. Her experience includes admissions recruitment and marketing, program management, event planning, student development and leadership training. She is also known for her skills and interest in new media and communications. Sandra is excited to be working with graduate students and eager to continue her education.