Tasha Gardner

Tasha Gardner, EdD is the Director for the Center for Inclusive Education and Scholarship at Drexel. In her free time, she loves crafting (anything creative) and baking. Tasha has been at Drexel since starting as a first-year student in 1998. Even though she took a 3-year break before starting full-time, she was still connected to the university.

Blogs

Learning and Innovation Resources and Support With Dragons Prep
Learn more about the many resources and support that come along with Drexel's Dragons Prep program.
Inclusion and Access Benefits of Taking College Classes While in High School
The director for Drexel's Center for Inclusive Education and Scholarship outlines the highlights and benefits of the High School Scholars Program.
Why Drexel First Forward: Drexel's First-Generation Community
Drexel celebrates students who are the first in their familiar to go and graduate from college.
Why Drexel Inclusion in a Virtual Environment
In a time of social distancing, engaging with our current students remains a priority.
Student Lifestyle Top 10 Benefits of the Dragon Scholars Program
Summer bridge programs are beneficial to help new students ease the transition from high school to college.
Why Drexel Launching the Center for Inclusive Education and Scholarship
Some thoughts on the future of one of Drexel's most exciting new initiatives.
Meet The Author Meet the Author: Tasha Gardner
Tasha is dedicated to encouraging all students to take advantage all of the opportunities available to them.