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  • Alison Novak

    What I'm Reading: Alison Novak

    August 27, 2012

    Drexel's Alison Novak is currently reading Slouching Toward Adulthood: Observations From the Not-So-Empty Nest by Sally Koslow. She spoke with DrexelNow about the book and how it approaches children who return home after college through a refreshingly humorous lens.

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  • Olympic Park

    Drexel Students Travel to London Paralympic Games

    August 21, 2012

    Nine Drexel University students will travel to London from August 31 through September 8 to see the 2012 Paralympic Games, as part of the travel-integrated course “Perspectives on Disability,” the fourth course in the Great Works Symposium 2012 Series.

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  • Robert Stokes

    What I'm Reading: Robert Stokes

    August 16, 2012

    DrexelNow checked in with Stokes to find out why he picked up The Neighborhood Project: Using Evolution to Improve My City, One Block at a Time by David Sloan Wilson.

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  • Giant Panda Conservation Researchers from China to Speak at Drexel

    August 16, 2012

    Three leading scientists involved in the conservation of giant pandas at the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base in Chengdu, China will present a mini-symposium, “Biology and Conservation of the Giant Panda,” at Drexel University on August 22.

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  • Jonh Kounios

    Q&A with John Kounios: The 'Aha! Moment'

    August 13, 2012

    Drexel's Dr. John Kounios recently discussed with DrexelNow his nominated topic, “The neuroscience behind epiphanies," for the 2013 TED Conference.

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  • Ken Lacovara

    What I'm Reading: Ken Lacovara

    August 01, 2012

    DrexelNow pulled Dr. Ken Lacovara, paleontologist and associate professor of biology in the College of Arts and Sciences, from his work in a marl pit in Gloucester County, NJ, to find out what he’s currently reading. He just finished The Map That Changed the World by Simon Winchester.

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