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Cargo Yard McMurdo Station

Reporting From Antarctica, Week Two

Week Two at McMurdo Station in Antarctica has been spent with more training, including a “shake-down” of equipment during a night-out in the field. We’ve been getting food, supplies and equipment organized and entered into the cargo system used for air support.
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Meet a Drexel Student Who Used Her Clinical Psychology Education to Combat Suffering of Syrian Refugees in Jordan

Mona Elgohail, a PhD candidate in the clinical psychology program in Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences, brought her clinical training to a city in Jordan near the Syrian border in order to make a difference in “the worst humanitarian crisis of our time.”

Philadelphia at Night

What Will Philadelphia Look Like in 2100? 15 of Drexel's Environmental Experts Weigh In

The Drexel University Center for Public Policy debuted the latest edition of Drexel Policy Notes titled Climate Change and the Future of the North American City at the Philadelphia Citizen's Ideas We Should Steal conference on November 30, 2018. The Issue brings together 15 of Drexel's environmental experts to weigh in on what Philadelphia may look like in 2100.

Book Cover: Breathtaking

Breathtaking: Q&A on Asthma Care and Climate Change with Ali Kenner, PhD

Alison Kenner, PhD, assistant professor of politics and of science, technology and society, has studied how people live with and care for asthma for more than a decade. Her new book, “Breathtaking: Asthma Care in a Time of Climate Change,” published by the University of Minnesota Press, examines this chronic disorder in light of global environmental changes.
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Michelle Dolinski, PhD

Michelle Dolinski

Neutrino Physics, Rare Nuclear Decays, Cryogenic Detector Technologies

Abioseh Porter, PhD

Abioseh Porter

Africana Studies, Comparative Literature; Postcolonial Literatures

Jordan Hyatt, PhD

Jordan Hyatt

Corrections, Re-entry and Community Supervision

Shari Moskow

Applied Partial Differential Equations, Numerical Analysis, Homogenization Theory

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