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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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  • Food for Thought — July

    July 15, 2022

    Watermelon, cantaloupe, peaches and some berries are in season now — and can easily be prepared and enjoyed for a sweet, nutritious snack and/or dessert.

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  • Drexel Strategic Plan Updates From Spring 2022

    July 14, 2022

    A year after the official start of implementation, the Strategic Plan CORE team held community updates, roundtables and other meetings during the spring months to inform the Drexel University faculty and professional staff about what’s been worked on to prepare Drexel for the next decade.

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  • Faculty Highlights: Recent Awards and Grants

    July 14, 2022

    Among those recognized for their research, academic and professional achievements is Alina Schnake-Mahl, ScD, assistant research professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, who was awarded a five-year, $637,000 K01 grant from the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to study the social and policy determinants of COVID-19 and influenza disparities.

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