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    Drexel Community Confronts Antisemitism by Telling Their Stories

    April 27, 2022

    Pennoni Honors College Dean Paula Marantz Cohen’s hope is that Confronting Antisemitism Through Storytelling, a collaborative event April 28 among Pennoni, Drexel Hillel, Jewish Studies and the College of Arts and Sciences, will spark conversations that are so often dampened by our current society. Rather than taking the form of a panel discussion or conference, the event will focus on the deeply personal, real-life stories of those who have experienced antisemitism first-hand, whether as Jews or allies.

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  • Being in Nature: Good for Mind, Body and Nutrition

    April 25, 2022

    Researchers from Drexel University investigated how nature relatedness – simply feeling connected with the natural world – benefits dietary diversity and fruit and vegetable intake, in a study recently published the American Journal of Health Promotion.

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  • Faculty Highlights: Recent Awards and Grants

    April 22, 2022

    Drexel faculty garnering attention for their achievements and research last term included
    Christopher MacLellan, PhD, assistant professor in the College of Computing & Informatics, who received two major grants from the Army Research Laboratory related to human-machine teaming and human-artificial intelligence adaptation.

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    CoAS Accomplishments in Brief

    April 08, 2022

    We are pleased to recognize the recent grants, publications, presentations, awards and honors of the members of the College of Arts and Sciences.

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    Be Who You Want to Be, at Drexel

    April 05, 2022

    Growing up in South Brunswick, New Jersey, psychology major and student advisory board member Sanjana Oak rarely saw herself represented on the television screen. When she did, that character was grossly stereotyped or there only for comedic relief. What was worse, in real life, her peers expected her to behave in that same way. Curious about whether her experience was unique, she set up a research project through the STAR (Students Tackling Advanced Research) Scholars Program in the Pennoni Honors College.

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