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Bob Lowry, PA-C, a preceptor in the College of Nursing and Health Professions, holding his Preceptor of the Year award with three Drexel students.

Preceptors benefit as much as students from clinical education

October 06, 2022

Physician assistant preceptor, Bob Lowry, PA-C, was nominated by two people, students at the time, for Preceptor of the Year in 2021. He talks about why he loves Drexel students and why being a preceptor is important.

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Master's of Art Therapy and Counseling student Jason Valdez squatting in front of a white board with alphabet letters spelling his name behind him..

Master's Student Jason Valdez Finds Community in Art Making

September 22, 2022

A love of art, a passion for mental health and a comfort in expressing his Mexican heritage, master's student Jason Valdez, BFA `20, found a path to his perfect career as an art therapist and counselor.

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Cynthia Hambach, PhD

Remembering Cynthia Hambach, PhD

September 06, 2022

In memoriam of Cynthia Hambach, Phd

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The new academic home of the College of Nursing and Health Professions, Drexel's Health Sciences Building.

Open House Held in the New Health Sciences Building for CNHP Faculty and Staff

September 01, 2022

College of Nursing and Health Professions faculty and staff had an opportunity to check out their new academic home at an open house on August 25. Groups of people took advantage of a walking-tour to preview classrooms, teaching spaces and labs.

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Smiling female, Mia Ormes, with dark wavy hair and a light-colored shirt sitting in front of a metal rack full of cooking items.

Alumna Mia Ormes creates company specializing in prenatal and postpartum foods

August 03, 2022

Food and Hospitality Management alumna, Mia Ormes, created a business, how many other enterprises begin, out of a need in the market. Coming from her own experience, she launched Tribu, a meal service company specializing in prenatal and postpartum foods with an emphasis on the traditional flavors of the African Diaspora.

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Young Black woman with long shoulder-length hair wearing a blue dress standing in the corridor of a ball park

Why a nutrition sciences degree?

July 28, 2022

Sona Diallo, a Nutrition Sciences bridge student, always intended a career in health care. Where she thought medical school was her path, she found a passion for nutrition.

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Chef Tonii Hicks, a Black female, is wearing a white chef's coat and baseball cap, pouring steaming contents of a large pot.

Alumna and James Beard Fellow Tonii Hicks Looks Ahead: A Commissary Kitchen

July 25, 2022

Chef Tonii Hicks, who received a BS culinary arts ’21, was raised in Philadelphia and embodies a devotion to food and community. She chose Drexel because she was drawn to the program's combination of culinary skills and science background.

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White male wearing a baseball uniform standing at bat.

Master’s Student, Drew Jarmuz, Leads the Way for Client-focused Care in Sports Nutrition

June 30, 2022

Master's nutrition student, Drew Jarmuz, will be using his experience as a baseball player and his knowledge of nutrition and performance when he steps into the role of sports nutritionist for the Tampa Bay Rays.

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