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  • drexel alum shahmar beasley

    The Future is Bright for CoAS Alum Shahmar Beasley ’19, JD ’22

    March 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.  

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  • Global at Home: Drexel Study Abroad Goes Virtual During the Pandemic

    March 29, 2021

    <span>Since March 2020, Drexel faculty and international academic partners have been pivoting planned study abroad trips to engaging remote learning opportunities.</span>

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  • a grid of photos showing environmental justice protesters, a forest fire, industrial pollution, and solar panels and wind turbines

    New Climate Change Minor Prepares Students for Solving One of the World’s Most Pressing Problems

    March 29, 2021

    Climate change is one of the most serious challenges facing humankind today, and in the coming decades it will impact every aspect of people’s lives and careers. Even though actions are being taken to reduce global emissions, today’s students will live through a period of rapid climate change that is without precedent in human history. To help prepare students to face these problems, the Department of Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science (BEES) will offer a new minor in Climate Change beginning in Fall 2021.

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  • Photograph of Drexel student Renea Tingling

    Freshman Renae Tingling to Appear in The Norton Field Guide to Writing

    March 25, 2021

    Drexel University student Renae Tingling has essay written for first year writing class accepted for publication in The Norton Field Guide for Writing, a well-known and highly regarded writing instructional used in college writing courses across the nation.

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    Physicist David Goldberg Helps Create the Most Accurate Map of the World

    March 23, 2021

    Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences Professor of Physics David Goldberg, PhD, is part of a team that has created the most accurate flat map of the world: a double-sided circle that features the Northern Hemisphere on one side and the Southern Hemisphere on the other.

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  • Drexel Master's in Strategic and Digital Communication (MS-SDC)

    CoAS Launches New Master’s Program in Strategic and Digital Communication

    March 16, 2021

    Changing times, new technologies, and an increasingly digital environment: In a constantly shifting media landscape, communication professionals have to be flexible. They must be not only prepared to face change head-on, but also able to step up and lead others in what it means to innovate and communicate in the digital age. To help current and aspiring communication professionals meet these challenges and opportunities, the Department of Communication is launching the Master of Science in Strategic and Digital Communication (MS-SDC).

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