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A depiction of Dimetrodon with the section of jaw that is now fossilized and a part of the Academy’s collection highlighted. Drawing by Danielle Dufault of the Royal Ontario Museum.

A Dimetrodon By Any Other Name

A unique fossil in the Academy of Natural Science of Drexel University’s collection continues to fuel important paleontological discoveries more than a century after it came into to the museum.

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  • A depiction of Dimetrodon with the section of jaw that is now fossilized and a part of the Academy’s collection highlighted. Drawing by Danielle Dufault of the Royal Ontario Museum. A Dimetrodon By Any Other Name
    November 23, 2015

    A unique fossil in the Academy of Natural Science of Drexel University’s collection continues to fuel important paleontological discoveries more than a century after it came into to the museum.
  • Drexel's Jordan McClain interviewed legendary "Fresh Air" host Terry Gross. Turning the Tables on Terry Gross
    November 23, 2015

    Terry Gross is currently celebrating 40 years as the award-winning host of National Public Radio’s “Fresh Air,” which boasts nearly 5 million listeners each week across more than 450 NPR stations. The show also has a massively popular podcast. Gross is widely considered one of the country’s leading and most important interviewers, but earlier this month, the legendary interviewer became the interviewee.

  • Chestnut Square Drexel and American Campus Communities Partnership Yields Numerous Honors for Chestnut Square
    November 20, 2015

    American Campus Communities, Inc. (NYSE:ACC), the largest owner, manager and developer of high-quality student housing properties in the U.S., was recently presented with two awards from the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) for Chestnut Square, its mixed-use student housing development located on Drexel’s campus. 

  • innovation center Ben Franklin Technology Partners Joins ic@3401 and Drexel to Boost Startup Resources in University City
    November 19, 2015

    A number of developments in University City’s startup ecosystem are aligning—all to the benefit of Philadelphia’s burgeoning community of entrepreneurs. Drexel University and Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania are teaming up to create a $10 million early stage seed fund that will support spin-off companies from the University. Concurrent with the launch of the new fund, Ben Franklin will join Drexel and University City Science Center’s efforts to strengthen the offerings for members at the Innovation Center @3401 (ic@3401). And the technology and healthcare growth capital provider, Safeguard Scientifics, is also joining ic@3401 in a high-level capacity.

  • stem cells Bioprinting Stem Cell 'Building Blocks'
    November 19, 2015

    Using a special designed extrusion printer he created to squeeze out a mixture of hydrogel and stem cells, Wei Sun, PhD, Albert Soffa chair professor in Drexel’s College of Engineering, is making strides toward rapid prototyping the building blocks of life. His process, which was recently published in Biofabrication gives scientists a head start at growing living three-dimensional tissues and could one day be used to create micro-organs for research purposes.

  • Donna DeCarolis Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs Honors Drexel’s Donna De Carolis with Iris Newman Award
    November 16, 2015

    The Alliance of Women Entrepreneurs honored Donna De Carolis, dean of Drexel University’s Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship, with its Iris Newman Award. De Carolis received the award at AWE’s annual gala on Nov. 16 at the World Café Live. The Iris Newman award is presented annually to a woman who exhibits a trailblazing spirit, inspiring leadership and stalwart support for women in the entrepreneurial community.

  • Have an Apple-Shaped Body? You May Be More Susceptible to Binge Eating
    November 12, 2015

    Women with apple-shaped bodies – those who store more of their fat in their trunk and abdominal regions – may be at particular risk for the development of eating episodes during which they experience a sense of “loss of control,” according to a new study from Drexel University. The study also found that women with greater fat stores in their midsections reported being less satisfied with their bodies, which may contribute to loss-of-control eating.

  • Tavon Allen Rachel Pearson Back on the Court: Drexel Basketball Opens 2015-16 Season
    November 11, 2015

    Drexel’s men’s and women’s basketball teams open competition this Friday. Both squads are laden with veteran talent and will have their sights set on making strong performances in the Colonial Athletic Associations.

  • Go Behind the Scenes of “The Daily Show” with Executive Producer and Comedian Adam Lowitt at Drexel
    November 9, 2015

    Go behind the scenes of the iconic Emmy® and Peabody® Award-winning satirical news program “The Daily Show” at Drexel University with a visit from writer and co-executive producer Adam Lowitt on Tuesday, Nov. 17. Lowitt, himself a standup comic, will start out the evening with a standup routine and then sit down with Karen Curry, director of Drexel’s Rudman Institute, to talk about how he went from being an intern 13 years ago to one of Jon Stewart’s senior writers and then executive producer.

  • Photo by Michael J. Shepherd. One Month Left to See Immortal Beauty Exhibition of Rare Artifacts from Three Centuries of Fashion History
    November 5, 2015

    Only one month remains to see Immortal Beauty: Highlights from the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection, the first large-scale, retrospective exhibition of highlights from the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection (FHCC) in Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.

  • (L-R) Drexel students Jacob Meriner and Sophie Hirsch. Photo by Kate Raines. Drexel and Simpatico Theatre Project Team Up to Present Family-Friendly Cult Classic “Watership Down”
    November 5, 2015

    Co-produced by the Simpatico Theater Project and Drexel University’s Co-Op Theatre Company in the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design as part of Drexel’s Mandell Professionals in Residence Project (MPiRP), "Watership Down" will feature a cast and crew comprised of students and professionals, set against the work of top-notch designers from around the region. The show will run from Nov. 4 – 22 in Drexel’s Mandell Theater (33rd & Chestnut Streets).

  • The new wing of the Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services Center. Photo credit: Halkin/Mason Photography. Drexel’s 11th Street Health Center Doubles in Size with Sheller Gift to Improve and Expand Community Services
    November 5, 2015

    A ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 11 will celebrate the new, fully equipped facilities thanks to a major expansion of the Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services Center of Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions, a community-based, nurse-managed health center in North Philadelphia, which provides a holistic approach to health care.
  • Philadelphia power plant A.J. Drexel Institute for Energy and the Environment Plots a Course for Philadelphia to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
    November 4, 2015

    Researchers from the A.J. Drexel Institute for Energy and the Environment issued a 97-page report to the City of Philadelphia that plots a detailed course for how the city can reduce its emission of greenhouse gasses—with the goal of an 80 percent reduction by the year 2050. Among its suggestions are retrofitting hospitals, grocery stores, schools and retail stores with better windows and insulation; drawing electricity from low-carbon sources like nuclear, wind and solar power; and encouraging the use of electric vehicles, public transportation, walking and cycling.
  • A presenter at the 2015 American Public Health Association's 143rd annual meeting and expo. Photo by Michael Late, courtesy of APHA.) Health in the City: Dornsife School of Public Health Research at APHA Annual Meeting
    November 3, 2015

    At the 143rd annual American Public Health Association meeting and expo, faculty from the Dornsife School of Public Health presented research on the health effects of everything from air pollution to your home address.
  • Cuba Drexel Formalizes Partnership With Renowned Cuban Film Institution
    November 3, 2015

    In December a small class of film students from Drexel University will get a chance to view Cuba through a lens. And in an opportunity that would have been impossible just a few decades ago, and a rarity even in recent years, they will be the ones directing its gaze. The Escuela International de Cine y Television, Cuba’s iconic film school, that counts Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel Garcia Marquez among its noted founders, recently formalized a relationship with Drexel to offer a two-week documentary filmmaking course in Havana this winter.
  • Cicely Peterson-Magnum Drexel’s Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships Appoints First Executive Director
    October 28, 2015

    Drexel University has appointed Cicely Peterson-Mangum, a long-time community development leader, as the executive director for its Dana and David Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships.
  • Deputy Police Commissioner Awarded Stoneleigh Fellowship, Coming to Drexel to Expand School-to-Prison Pipeline Diversion Program
    October 28, 2015

    Philadelphia Deputy Police Commissioner Kevin Bethel will spend the next three years expanding the successful pre-arrest diversion program in the School District of Philadelphia for students with no histories of juvenile justice involvement. He will continue his work on the program as the first Diana A. Millner Youth Justice Fellow at the Stoneleigh Foundation.
  • Drexel student works on PMN app Philadelphia Media Network and Drexel University Team Up on News App
    October 23, 2015

    Research suggests that the vast majority of young adults are interested in news, but most news apps and websites fail to meet their expectations. In a ground-breaking partnership between Drexel University and Philadelphia Media Network LLC, a cutting- edge social news app is being created by young adults with a primary goal of serving millennial audiences but with the needs of a wider array of users on mobile devices in mind. The partnership will lay the foundation for further external collaboration on research and development of PMN’s news products.

  • Olympic Games NBC’s Olympic Coverage Chief Jim Bell to Speak at Drexel
    October 14, 2015

    The Olympic Games are some of the most-watched TV events in history, with millions of viewers tuning in from around the world. On Wednesday, Oct. 21, Jim Bell, executive producer of the Olympic Games for NBC Sports, will visit Drexel University to give a behind-the-scenes look at how that coverage comes together.ell’s talk, which is co-hosted by the Rudman Institute for Entertainment Industry Studies in Drexel’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design and Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, is free and open to the public and will take place at 6:30pm in the URBN Annex Screening Room (3401 Filbert St).

  • The kiosks will be used to screen for issues including bipolar disorder, post-traumatic disorder and depression. Drexel Offers Free Mental Health Screenings and Demonstrations for National Depression Screening Day
    October 7, 2015

    This Thursday, Oct. 8 marks the 25th Annual National Depression Screening Day, held during Mental Illness Awareness Week in October. The Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services (850 N. 11th Street, Philadelphia) of Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions will host a special, all-day event dedicated to raising awareness and screening people for depression and related mood and anxiety disorders. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Renee Amoore Institute for Women's Health and Leadership at Drexel Names Renee Amoore 2016 Recipient of Woman One Award
    October 6, 2015

    The Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership at Drexel University College of Medicine will present the 2016 Woman One Award to entrepreneur and healthcare advocate Renee Amoore.

  • music technology Drexel to Host Startup Academy for Musical Entrepreneurs
    October 5, 2015

    Before companies like Pandora, Spotify, and YouTube became household names, they were startup businesses that had to figure out their businesses in the complex worlds of music and technology. Of course, many ideas like this don’t get off the ground—and it’s not because they aren’t good ones. Drexel University and the Music Business Association (Music Biz) are trying to give these inklings of enterprising musical minds a fighting chance at getting noticed by training them in the ways of entrepreneurs at Philadelphia’s first Music Startup Academy.

  • Layered lava flows of the Deccan Traps east of Mumbai, India. Photo by Mark Richards. Did Asteroid Impact or Volcanic Eruption Kill the Dinosaurs? Probably Both, Says New Study
    October 1, 2015

    Was it an asteroid impact on Earth 66 million years ago that wiped out the dinosaurs? Or the eruption of volcanoes in India for hundreds of thousands of years? For decades, paleontologists and geologists have debated the role these two global events played in the last mass extinction. But compelling new evidence supports the hypothesis of a group of geoscientists: that the asteroid’s impact ignited volcanoes around the globe, most catastrophically in India, and that, together, these planet-wide catastrophes caused the extinction of many land and marine animals, including the dinosaurs.

  • Dana and David Dornsife Drexel’s School of Public Health Receives Transformative $45 Million Gift from Dana and David Dornsife
    September 30, 2015

    Drexel University’s School of Public Health has been named the Dana and David Dornsife School of Public Health in honor of a transformative $45 million gift from longtime philanthropists Dana and David Dornsife widely known for their humanitarian efforts. The couple has donated a total of $58 million to the University.

  • Drexel Board of Trustees Appoints New Members
    September 29, 2015

    Drexel University has appointed five new members to its Board of Trustees. The new trustees are Jeffrey A. Beachell, senior partner of Veritable, LP, Jim Bean, vice president of Retail at Apple Inc., Tom Caramanico, president of McCormick Taylor, Inc., Anthony M. Noce, president of AMN Development, LLC, and Joseph Ujobai, executive vice president of SEI Investments Company and managing director of SEI Investments (Europe) Limited.
  • Nearly 43,000 young people in Philadelphia are disconnected or disengaged from the work force. One in Four Young Adults in Philadelphia Are “Disconnected” from the Job Market
    September 29, 2015

    One in four people in Philadelphia between the ages of 18 and 24 are “disconnected” from the labor market – out of school and out of work – according to a new study from Drexel University’s Center for Labor Markets and Policy. Nationally, only 17.7 percent of the age group were disconnected. The report, released this month, was conducted by Paul Harrington, PhD, director of Drexel’s Center for Labor Markets and Policy, and Neeta Fogg, PhD, a labor economist in the Center

  • Pope Francis made an evocative call to address the dual problems of environmental degradation and human exploitation. Photo credit: Alfredo Borba. Debating the Pope: Social Scientists Engage Pope’s Call for Climate Change Dialogue in Top Journal
    September 24, 2015

    In Pope Francis’ nearly 200-page climate change encyclical, Laudato SI, published earlier this year, he explicitly calls for a “dialogue with all people about our common home.” A group of leading social scientists provide a scholarly foundation for that dialogue in a special series of commentaries published online this week in Nature Climate Change.

  • KAIST Drexel Establishes Co-op Research Center With Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    September 16, 2015

    Quality materials, reliable tools and talented artisan are the key ingredients of any successful workshop. When it comes to making electronics components and energy storage devices, discoveries emerge when new materials are used in advanced fabrication techniques. Students from Drexel University and the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology will soon be in the presence of both. A co-op partnership with Korea’s National Research Foundation will give the students a chance to apply their talents in the nanofabrication center frequented by companies like Samsung and Hyundai, using the latest nanomaterials developed by Drexel’s materials scientists.

  • Philadelphia Drexel and Penn Join White House Smart Cities Initiative
    September 15, 2015

    Experts from Drexel University and The University of Pennsylvania’s Institute for Urban Research will join others from cities around the country as participants in a White House initiative to make universities and their host municipalities partners in using technology to solve the challenges that face our nation’s growing urban areas.

  • rooftop HVAC Diagnosing 'Sick' Buildings to Save Energy
    September 9, 2015

    Are you feeling too cold right now? Too warm? Is your office's air a little stale today? On average, Americans spend 90 percent of the day indoors, in a controlled environment. Controlling that environment, at least in the workplace, is the Sisyphean labor of building operators. “Operating” a building requires not only striking the perfect balance between heating, cooling and ventilation, but also repairing and maintaining all of the equipment and systems that allow this magical equilibrium to exist. Endlessly pushing a boulder up a hill might actually be less work. As part of a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy, researchers from Drexel University are working on a cloud-based data analysis tool that could help consolidate these labors while also spotting undetected problems that lead to wasted energy and poor indoor environmental quality.
  • Legal and illegal logging increased more than 600 percent in Ghana during a 15-year period. Photo credit: Nicole Arcilla. As Demand for African Timber Soars, Birds Pay the Ultimate Price
    September 8, 2015

    A new study co-authored by scientists at Drexel University, published in the most recent issue of Biological Conservation, reveals the devastating impact of illegal logging on bird communities in the understory layer of Ghana’s Upper Guinea rain forests, one of the world's 25 “biodiversity hotspots” where the most biologically rich ecosystems are most threatened.

  • CloneView Drexel's Image-Tracking Technology Allows Scientists to Observe Nature vs. Nurture in Neural Stem Cells
    September 3, 2015

    One of the longstanding debates in science, that has, perhaps unsurprisingly, permeated into the field of stem cell research, is the question of nature versus nurture influencing development. Science on stem cells thus far, has suggested that, as one side of the existential debate holds: their fate is not predestined. But new research from the Neural Stem Cell Institute and Drexel University's College of Engineering suggests that the cells’ tabula might not be as rasa as we have been led to believe.
  • Researchers from Drexel University studied the relationship between disordered eating and sexuality among adolescents and young adults. Bisexual and Questioning Women Have Higher Risk of Eating Disorders Than Straight and Lesbian Peers
    September 1, 2015

    Young women who are attracted to both sexes or who are unsure about who they are attracted to are more likely to develop an eating disorder than those attracted to only one sex, according to a new study from Drexel University.
  • Photo of high school students at Mini-Med Discovery Days Rudman Foundation Grant Helps Prepare Top Masterman and Central High School Students for Medical Careers
    August 26, 2015

    Five students from Julia R. Masterman High School and Central High are receiving a once-in-a-lifetime summer experience, and summer education, through Drexel University’s “Mini-Med Discovery Days” program, offered through a grant from the Kal & Lucille Rudman Foundation.

  • Students transform bruised and misshapen fruits and vegetables into cobblers, shakes and other products in the Drexel Food Lab. Trash or Treasure? How to Repurpose Would-Be Wasted Food to Feed the Hungry and Create Jobs
    August 26, 2015

    A new model for recovering would-be wasted – or surplus – food and repurposing it to feed hungry people, generate revenue and even create jobs was recently piloted in West Philadelphia, home to a large population of low-income and food insecure individuals. Compiled by researchers from Drexel University, the University of Pennsylvania, Cabrini College and the Environmental Protection Agency, the results were published in Food and Nutrition Sciences, a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the latest advancements in food and nutrition sciences. The report also projects the amount of food that could be saved if the program was replicated nationally.
  • ebola virus Collaborative Research Reveals Ebola May Survive in Wastewater Longer Than Expected
    August 25, 2015

    The historic outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa that began in March 2014 and has killed more than 11,000 people since has raised new questions about the resilience of the virus and tested scientists’ understanding of how to contain it. The latest discovery by a group of microbial risk-assessment and virology researchers suggests that the procedures for disposal of Ebola-contaminated liquid waste might underestimate the virus’ ability to survive in wastewater.
  • Chart shows HIV engagement during pregnancy and for two years postpartum. 92% of women received HIV care during pregnancy. 51% had viral suppression at delivery. 38% received HIV care within 3 months after delivery. Pregnancy is a Missed Opportunity for HIV-Infected Women to Gain Control Over Condition
    August 25, 2015

    Pregnancy could be a turning point for HIV-infected women, when they have the opportunity to enter a long-term pattern of maintenance of HIV care after giving birth—but most HIV-infected women aren’t getting that chance, according to a pair of new studies led by Drexel and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
  • Michelin logo Drexel and Michelin North American Partner in Connected Mobility Challenge
    August 24, 2015

    Drexel University announced a new collaboration with Michelin North America to help find and develop new technologies that have the potential to impact people and their mobility, and change the transportation industry.

  • New Book Argues that Social Sciences Are Critical to Climate Conversation
    August 20, 2015

    According to the new book “Climate Change and Society: Sociological Perspectives,” engaging the social – and not just natural – sciences in the climate conversation is essential for effecting large-scale change. Edited by environmental sociologists Robert J. Brulle, PhD, a professor in Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences, and Riley E. Dunlap, a professor at Oklahoma State University, the book breaks new ground by presenting climate change as a thoroughly social phenomenon, embedded in behaviors, institutions and cultural practices.

  • Katherine L. Knight Leading Immunologist Katherine L. Knight to Receive 2015 Marion Spencer Fay Award
    August 18, 2015

    Drexel University College of Medicine’s Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership has selected noted immunologist Katherine L. Knight as the 2015 recipient of its Marion Spencer Fay Award. The award, which annually recognizes luminary women in science and medicine, is named for a pioneering former president of the College’s forerunner institution, the Woman’s Medical College of Philadelphia
  • Immortal Beauty exhibition Immortal Beauty Exhibition Displays Rare Artifacts from Three Centuries of Fashion History for the First Time
    August 17, 2015

    From a fragment of 16th century Italian velvet to an evening dress by New York designer Alexander Wang from 2012, the first large-scale, retrospective exhibition of highlights from the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection in Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design will trace the arc of fashion history over the course of more than three centuries. Immortal Beauty: Highlights from the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection will feature select artifacts from the museum-quality collection of more than 14,000 notable garments, accessories and textiles, one of the finest and oldest research collections in the nation. The exhibition will be on display from Oct. 2 – Dec. 12 in the Westphal College’s Leonard Pearlstein Gallery (3401 Filbert St.). The gallery is free and open to the public, Tuesday – Sunday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.


  • Drexel researchers have created layered MXene materials by using acid to etch a MAX phase block containing molybdenum. Drexel Engineers' Recipe For 'Sandwiching' Atomic Layers Expands Possibilities For Making Materials That Store Energy
    August 14, 2015

    The scientists whose job it is to test the limits of what nature—specifically chemistry— will allow to exist, just set up shop on some new real estate on the Periodic Table. Using a method they invented for joining disparate elemental layers into a stable material with uniform, predictable properties, Drexel University researchers are testing an array of new combinations that may vastly expand the options available to create faster, smaller, more efficient energy storage, advanced electronics and wear-resistant materials. 
  • In an online survey by Drexel researchers, 88% of respondents reported sexting. Most Adults Are Sexting and That May Not Be a Bad Thing
    August 10, 2015

    More than 8 out of 10 people surveyed online admitted to sexting in the prior year, according to a new study from Drexel University’s Women’s Health Psychology Lab. The researchers also found that increased levels of sexting were associated with greater sexual satisfaction, especially for those in a relationship.
  • Pope Francis Drexel Experts Available to Comment on Pope's Visit to Philadelphia
    August 4, 2015

    Pope Francis – and an estimated 1.5 million people – will descend upon the city of Philadelphia in late September as the capstone to the weeklong, international World Meeting of Families event, during which the Pope will deliver a public mass on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. From concerns about security measures to transportation, anxiety is already on the rise among Philadelphians regarding how the city will handle the influx of tourists expected to double the city’s population. Drexel University experts are available to comment on a range of issues related to the visit including safety, public health, environmental impact, infrastructure preparedness and tourism. Experts also are able to weigh in about what this once-in-a-lifetime event – and the Pope’s progressive views – mean for the Catholic church. 


  • BBPP research staff, Illidio Mebulo, collecting a sample of primate tissue in the market for genetic analysis. Credit: Javier Rivas/BBPP Where Commerce and Conservation Clash: Bushmeat Trade Grows with Economic Prosperity in 13-Year Study
    August 3, 2015

    The bushmeat market in the city of Malabo is bustling—more so today than it was nearly two decades ago, when Gail Hearn, PhD, began what is now one of the region’s longest continuously running studies of commercial hunting activity.  Hearn’s team has now published its comprehensive results of 13 years of daily monitoring bushmeat market activity.

  • PeaceTech Lab Engineering Peace: Drexel Joins PeaceTech Lab in Global Mission to Use Technology for Resolving Conflicts
    July 27, 2015

    Drexel University engineering researchers and students are joining an international effort led by PeaceTech Lab, a non-profit entity launched by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), to prepare the next generation of humanitarian engineers. The PeaceTech Lab’s Young Engineers Program seeks to use the skills of talented young technologists in service of communities in conflict zones around the world who are seeking to create a sustainable peace. 
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Photo courtesy: Students, Community Members Use “War Stories” to Connect With Veterans
    July 20, 2015

    Drexel's English course "War Stories" up to its name, creating opportunities for Drexel students and community members to learn more about veterans.
  • Photo of Market Basket book cover New Book Shares Business Lessons Learned From Market Basket Dispute
    July 17, 2015

    One year after the unprecedented protest that gained national attention and nearly shut down a $4 billion supermarket chain, a Drexel University professor has co-authored a book about what happened at Market Basket, and why it is important for managers, employees and consumers. When the super CEO, Arthur T. Demoulas, was fired in June of 2014, the supermarket chain’s 25,000 employees, dozens of suppliers, and close to 2 million customers took to the streets to reinstate him. The battle pitted these stakeholders against some board members who planned to sell the company. 

  • A 2014 STAR Scholar demonstrates his research. Non-STEM Students Equally Benefit from Undergraduate Research, Study Finds
    July 17, 2015

    Most undergraduate research programs cater to STEM majors. A team of Drexel researchers shows why that's a bad idea.
  • "Spring Landscape #5 (Mont Royal, Montreal)" by Gershon Benjamin, 1947, oil on canvas, 29 x 36 inches. Three Weeks Left to See Gershon Benjamin Retrospective
    July 14, 2015

    Experience the wonder in "Gershon Benjamin: Modern Master" before the 20th century Expressionist artist's retrospective comes down in a few weeks.

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