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August

  • Summer 2015 News

    August 25, 2015

    Here is a round up of news from the Center for Mobilities Research and Policy

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    Drexel and Michelin North American Partner in Connected Mobility Challenge

    August 24, 2015

    Drexel University announced a new collaboration with Michelin North America to help find and develop new technologies that have the potential to impact people and their mobility, and change the transportation industry.

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  • New Book Argues that Social Sciences Are Critical to Climate Conversation: Climate Change is a "People Problem"

    August 20, 2015

    According to the new book “Climate Change and Society: Sociological Perspectives,” engaging the social – and not just natural – sciences in the climate conversation is essential for effecting large-scale change. Edited by environmental sociologists Robert J. Brulle, PhD, a professor in Drexel University’s College of Arts and Sciences, and Riley E. Dunlap, a professor at Oklahoma State University, the book breaks new ground by presenting climate change as a thoroughly social phenomenon, embedded in behaviors, institutions and cultural practices.

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  • Elias Spiliotis Featured in The Journal of Cell Biology

    August 17, 2015

    Elias Spiliotis, PhD is featured in the People & Ideas column of The Journal of Cell Biology

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  • The Way to a Woman's Heart is Through Her Stomach, Too

    August 14, 2015

    You’ve heard that romance starts in the kitchen and not in the bedroom. Well, researchers at Drexel University finally have the science to support that saying – but not the way you might think.

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  • Myrna Shure Received APA Lifetime Achievement Award

    August 13, 2015

    Myrna Shure, PhD, professor emeritus, psychology, College of Arts and Sciences, has been selected as the co-recipient of the Society of Counseling Psychology - Prevention Section, American Psychological Association, 2015 Lifetime Achievement Award, Toronto, August 7, 2015.

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  • Arthur Nezu Receives Florence Halpern Award

    August 13, 2015

    Arthur M. Nezu, Ph.D., D.H.L. (Hon.), ABPP, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, received the Florence Halpern Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Clinical Psychology from the Society of Clinical Psychology (Division 12 of the American Psychological Association) at the recent 2015 APA convention.

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  • Hallie Espel Receives International Conference Travel Grant

    August 13, 2015

    Hallie Espel was awarded an International Conference Travel Grant by the American Psychological Association, to offset costs of attending the Annual Meeting of the Eating Disorders Research Society in Taormina, Italy.

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  • In an online survey by Drexel researchers, 88% of respondents reported sexting.

    Most Adults Are Sexting and That May Not Be a Bad Thing

    August 10, 2015

    More than 8 out of 10 people surveyed online admitted to sexting in the prior year, according to a new study from Drexel University’s Women’s Health Psychology Lab. The researchers also found that increased levels of sexting were associated with greater sexual satisfaction, especially for those in a relationship.

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    Drexel Experts Available to Comment on Pope's Visit to Philadelphia

    August 04, 2015

    Pope Francis – and an estimated 1.5 million people – will descend upon the city of Philadelphia in late September as the capstone to the weeklong, international World Meeting of Families event, during which the Pope will deliver a public mass on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. From concerns about security measures to transportation, anxiety is already on the rise among Philadelphians regarding how the city will handle the influx of tourists expected to double the city’s population. Drexel University experts are available to comment on a range of issues related to the visit including safety, public health, environmental impact, infrastructure preparedness and tourism. Experts also are able to weigh in about what this once-in-a-lifetime event – and the Pope’s progressive views – mean for the Catholic church.

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  • BBPP research staff, Illidio Mebulo, collecting a sample of primate tissue in the market for genetic analysis. Credit: Javier Rivas/BBPP

    Where Commerce and Conservation Clash: Bushmeat Trade Grows with Economic Prosperity in 13-Year Study

    August 03, 2015

    The bushmeat market in the city of Malabo is bustling—more so today than it was nearly two decades ago, when Gail Hearn, PhD, began what is now one of the region’s longest continuously running studies of commercial hunting activity.  Hearn’s team has now published its comprehensive results of 13 years of daily monitoring bushmeat market activity.

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