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At the Partnership for Delaware Estuary, LeeAnn Haaf, PhD Environmental Science ’22, works to mitigate the impact of sea-level rise on coastal wetlands and forests in New Jersey. Read More

Experience the Liberal Arts in Action

At Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences, the future is a place we make together. Here, we learn by combining scientific inquiry, creative thinking and broad collaboration with hands-on experience to challenge the status quo and envision bold new ways forward.

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At our college, we believe in a practical and integrated approach to learning. That's why we offer experiential opportunities early and often, allowing our students to dive into different fields of interest and gain valuable skills from the start.

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Drexel Dragons learn, live, and play in one of the country’s most dynamic learning environments, located in the heart of Philadelphia’s University City neighborhood. High school students are invited to visit a class or attend a summer institute. Get a better sense of everything Drexel has to offer by joining an upcoming open house. Come see what makes Drexel such an amazing place!

Work Alongside World-Class Scholars

Students at the College of Arts and Sciences —many beginning as early as their freshman year— work hand-in-hand with world-class Drexel researchers and scholars. Together, they learn by doing, enhance their understanding and help generate groundbreaking discoveries.

How Old Is Your Brain?

New AI device offers early, low-cost screening for brain diseases

Researchers from Drexel’s Creativity Research Lab and Stockton University have developed a new and practical way to monitor general brain health and detect premature brain aging using a low-cost EEG headset and a machine learning algorithm. This method presents a quick and easy way to screen for age-related degenerative brain conditions like dementia and Parkinson’s disease.

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Drexel Joins U.S. Department of Commerce’s AI Safety Consortium

Asta Zelenkauskaite, an associate professor of Communication, is one of several Drexel faculty who will help the National Institute of Standards and Technology develop guidelines for Artificial Intelligence measurement and policy.

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Drexel Author Makes List of Time Magazine’s Best Summer Books

John Vercher, an assistant teaching professor of English, recently debuted his new novel, Devil Is Fine. This profoundly moving tale, full of mystery and dark comedy, is about a struggling biracial writer grappling with the death of his son and a solemn family history.

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Venice Biennale: Curating Colonialism, Conflict and Collective Action

Sonia Vaz Borges, an assistant professor of History and Africana Studies, is co-curator of The Greenhouse, the Portuguese Pavilion exhibit at the 2024 Venice Biennale. Hailed as a ‘must see’ installation, the project symbolizes resilience and freedom in the face of colonial empires.

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