Welcome home, CoAS alumni!
As a College of Arts and Sciences (CoAS) graduate, you are part of a powerful global network that links more than 12,000 fellow alumni across 13 different disciplines in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities. Here you’ll find information and resources to stay connected, get involved and grow your career. As a lifelong member of the CoAS community, you are an essential part of our future, and we are proud to be a continued part of your success.
Stay In Touch
Emily Urban, our associate director of Alumni Engagement and Development, looks forward to hearing from you! Email Emily at email@example.com to share your news and get the latest information.
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Make A Gift to CoAS
When you make a gift to the College of Arts and Sciences your generous support can be applied to a variety of fund designations, including the Dean’s Excellence Fund, an unrestricted fund focused on our College’s top priorities: undergraduate humanities fellowships, faculty and student academic programming, community-based learning initiatives, improving teaching and research facilities and to help strengthen our faculty.
Support Our College
CoAS alumni have forged a distinguished history of making a difference by applying their knowledge and working to improve the common good. We are proud to share your unique stories that help to transform the experience of our current and prospective students.
Two Students, Alum Named 2021 NSF Graduate Research Fellows
May 20, 2021
Two CoAS graduate students and one recent alumni have received 2021 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships to promote research efforts in physics and clinical psychology. The NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program aims to encourage innovation and creativity in STEM fields by investing in outstanding graduate students through a five-year fellowship program. The fellowship includes three years’ worth of financial support, with an annual stipend of $34,000 and a cost of education allowance of $12,000 awarded to the researcher and their institution.
The Future is Bright for CoAS Alum Shahmar Beasley ’19, JD ’22
Mar 31, 2021
In a short time, College of Arts and Sciences alumnus Shahmar Beasley ’19 has accomplished a lot. From being named a Forbes 30 Under 30 Scholar to campaigning for various politicians and attending Drexel’s Kline School of Law, Beasley keeps a full calendar.