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Research Initiatives

Whether exploring digital game based learning, building activities to enhance teaching practice or developing creativity in engineering using mobile application technology, at the School of Education, Drexel's faculty, staff and research students are collaborating together and exploring knowledge, resources and tools of the 21st century.

Noyce Scholarship Program

Individuals who successfully complete the NOYCE Scholarship Program will become certified teachers of Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Earth and Space science or General science.

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The purpose of the RIGEE project is to identify, develop and test ways of integrating creativity into undergraduate engineering and engineering technology education through a research collaboration between engineering, engineering technology and cognitive science faculty members.

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Urban Special Education Leaders for Tomorrow (USELT) Project

The Urban Special Education Leaders for Tomorrow (USELT) Project is a unique initiative made possible through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education Office of Special Education Programs that allows Drexel students who are enrolled in the program to take doctorate level courses in the Drexel School of Education's Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Management program.

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