A record-breaking six Drexel students were offered grants from the Fulbright US Student Program for study and research in 2013-14, the largest amount of grantees in Drexel history.
Environmental science pre-junior Anna Gourlay wasn’t looking to go international for her first co-op experience, but somehow she ended up camping in Mongolia.
Minnesota recently became the 12th state to pass a same-sex marriage bill in the United States—now one third of the nation is making strides towards gender and sexual equality. Drexel’s Dr. Scott Barclay weighs in on this trend and the remaining states hanging in the balance.
The Academy of Natural Sciences has received a major grant from the William Penn Foundation to support watershed protection and restoration in the Delaware watershed.
Drexel in the News
For the first time in Drexel's history, works of art and archival artifacts from around the University are exhibited together during A Legacy of Art, Science & Industry: Highlights from the Collections of Drexel University. The exhibit runs through May 31 in the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery of URBN Annex, at 34th & Filbert streets.
"The Drill Project” is an educational nature documentary filmed on Bioko Island in the West African nation of Equatorial Guinea. Dr. Shaya Honarvar, a research associate at Drexel who studies turtles, produced the film.
URBN Center Annex, 3401 Filbert St.
This two-man musical spoof puts you right in the action of these two aspiring playwrights trying to get their show to Broadway. $5 for students. $10 general admission.
Lincoln Financial Field
Drexel will host the 2013 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championships at Lincoln Financial Field May 25-27. The top teams in NCAA Div. I, II and III lacrosse will all be crowned during the holiday weekend.
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