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  • Photo of Christian Hunold on a blue and gold Drexel background

    Professor of Politics Christian Hunold, PhD, Named Associate Dean for Faculty Advancement

    January 27, 2022

    Christian Hunold, PhD, professor of politics, has been appointed Associate Dean for Faculty Advancement, effective February 1. In his new role, Hunold will be responsible for leadership and oversight of faculty affairs tasks. He will also manage and review academic space in the College, assessing needs, priorities and allocations; supervise our IT support team; and represent CoAS on the Vice Provost of Faculty Advancement's university-wide committee of associate deans.

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  • Alejandro Manga stands with his bike in front of Annecy Lake in the French Alps

    PhD Student Alejandro Manga Examines Role of Bike Movements in Ecological Transition

    January 26, 2022

    As planners across the globe look to increase cycling as a mode of transportation in the face of climate change, Communication, Culture and Media (CCM) doctoral student Alejandro Manga researches the role bike movements can have in building a culture of cycling for a just ecological transition.

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  • Jamie Clifford

    A Passion for Research: Meet History and Art History Major Jamie Clifford

    January 18, 2022

    From the small class sizes and personal attention from professors to the research opportunities, co-op and flexibility in course selection, studying history at Drexel has been a great experience for Jamie Clifford. Learn how these experiences have prepared Clifford for a future in graduate school and museum curation.

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  • Chris Bolden-Newsome and Lessons of Da Land participants gather in the picnic area and read passages from The Cooking Gene by Michael Twitty

    Resilience & Joy: Lessons of Da Land

    January 12, 2022

    Led by environmental science major Alexis Wiley, a twelve-week cocurricular program introduced Drexel students and community members to food sovereignty and land justice issues in Black Philadelphia. The course also moved outside of the classroom and offered a hands-on participatory experience. Working with local community partners, students supplemented their coursework with harvesting, planting, seedkeeping, land rebuilding and food preparation workshops to better understand the Lessons of Da Land.

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  • A photo of Lena Champlin holding a copy of her new children's book Coco's Fire next to an image of the book's cover

    Environmental Science PhD Student Lena Champlin Publishes Children’s Book on Climate Change

    January 10, 2022

    A new children’s book co-written and illustrated by environmental science doctoral student Lena Champlin aims to help young readers transform climate anxiety into climate action.

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