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  • December

    • Society of Physics Students Wins Chapter Award

      December 16, 2009

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    • John Brown 150th Anniversary

      December 04, 2009

      Drexel University will feature acclaimed author David Reynolds in an event commemorating the 150th anniversary of John Brown’s raid, an important moment in the African American struggle for liberation. David Reynolds is a Distinguished Professor of English and American Studies at Baruch College and the graduate Center of the City University of New York. He is also a recipient of the prestigious Bancroft Prize for his book, "Walt Whitman’s America." This lecture will be one of the featured events being hosted in Philadelphia surrounding the anniversary.

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  • November

    • Cory Doctorow Visited Drexel University

      November 19, 2009

      Cory Doctorow visited Drexel University on Thursday, November 19th, for a presentation and question & answer session about his book of short stories, Overclocked, the text chosen for this year's Freshman Reading Program. The presentation and Q&A were held in the Main Auditorium from 11am to 12pm, followed by a reception and book signing in the Grand Hall.

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  • October

    • Dr. Scott Warnock's Book Featured on NTCE Website

      October 30, 2009

      Dr. Scott Warnock's book, Teaching Writing Online: How and Why, was a featured item on the National Council of Teachers of English website. Dr. Warnock is the Director of the Freshman Writing Program, and was this year's Rothwarf Winner for Excellence in Teaching. Also on the website for NCTE is the National Gallery of Writing, including Drexel University's Gallery of Writing. The project was spearheaded by Dr. Rebecca Ingalls (curator of the site), Rachel Wenrick, and Harriet Millan.

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    • The Department of English and Philosophy featured in the Triangle

      October 16, 2009

      The Department of English and Philosophy was featured in the Ed-Op section of the October 16th issue of the Triangle.

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  • September

    • Annual Retreat Held

      September 16, 2009

      The Department of English and Philosophy had their annual retreat on Wednesday, September 16th, in the University Club.

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    • New Programs

      September 01, 2009

      The Department of English and Philosophy has brand new programs! Fall of 2009 ushered in a Philosophy Major, Certification in Secondary English and two certificates in Philosophy.

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  • June

    • English Senior Project Presentations

      June 09, 2009

      The Department of English and Philosophy had their English Senior Project Presentations on Tuesday, June 9, 2009.

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    • Greek Food for Thought

      June 06, 2009

      Dr. Maria Hnaraki, director of Greek Studies, invites you to an evening of food and festivities. Join Greek Studies are they present Dr. Nikos Scarmeas, associate professor of neurology at Columbia University, as he lectures on the health benefits of the Mediterranean diet and its association with a reduced risk of Alzheimer's.

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    • Dimitrios Papadopoulos Receives Albert Herr Award

      Dimitrios Papadopoulos and Yun Yoo Receive Teaching Awards

      June 01, 2009

      Teaching Assistants Dimitrios Papadopoulos and Yun Yoo received teaching awards for the 2008-2009 Academic Year. Dimitrios Papadopoulos received the Al Herr Teaching Assistant Award and Yun Yoo received the Assistant Excellence Award. Dimitrios Papadopoulos was recognized at the End-of-Year Reception on June 10, 2009.

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  • May

    • Dean's Seminar Poster

      Dean's Seminar: "Inverse Problems: Determining the Equation from the Solution"

      May 29, 2009

      Speaker: Shari Moskow, Drexel University
      Date: June 3, 2009
      Time: 3:30 - 5:00 PM
      Place: Disque Hall, Room 109

      Abstract: Mathematicians and scientist are often looking for the solution to an equation. However, sometimes rather than solving the equation, scientists are working backwards from data to define the equation itself. This kind of inverse thinking shows up in areas like medical imaging, remote sensing, nondestructive testing, and many other areas of science. Specialists may be using this logic to find a tumor in a breast or to locate oil in a geoloical reserver. However, the smallest miscalculations in the acquired data can lead to large errors in defining the equation's parameters. Dr. Moskow will discuss the challenges facing scientist and mathematicians in solving these "inverse problems."

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    • Writing Awards

      May 15, 2009

      The Writing Awards were held on Friday, May 15th, the last day of the Week of Writing, showcasing and rewarding the writing talent of many students.

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    • Dr. Scott Warnock Winner for Excellence in Teaching

      May 01, 2009

      This year's Faculty Awards featured our very own Dr. Scott Warnock, Program Director of Freshman Writing, as the Rothwarf Winner for Excellence in Teaching. Congratulations, Scott!

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