November 18, 2022
A co-op in the Academy of Natural Sciences' ornithology department has allowed environmental science major Abigail Del Grosso to more deeply explore her interest in birds. She shares her more about what her work entails and why it's important in this Q&A.
November 16, 2022
"Being away from home, over 1000 miles, for 75 percent of the year may seem daunting to some people, and I admit it did seem disheartening at first, but I have found my Drexel University family and support system. If you have ambition and motivation, there is an endless number of opportunities here."
Sky Harper, a third-year chemistry major, shares his experience finding community and opportunity at Drexel in this guest blog.
November 14, 2022
Jason Mott, a bestselling author of two poetry collections and four novels, spent a day with students in the MFA in Creative Writing program last month as part of the book tour behind his 2021 National Book Award-winning novel, Hell of a Book.
November 11, 2022
Lisa Forsyth, MS environmental science '91, served 33 years in the US Army as an enlisted soldier and colonel. Now, she lives a self-sustaining lifestyle on her Texas ranch and is the owner of Oli Tea Company, which produces all-natural, sustainably grown herbal tea. It may seem like an unusual career pivot, but according to Forsyth, making your unique idea a reality is "a very Drexel concept."
November 10, 2022
"I have learned to look at being first-generation as an asset. I've gotten to share my journey and talk about the value that being a first-generation student provides with incoming and prospective Drexel students. Moving forward, I hope to continue to be vocal about my experience as a first-generation college student at Drexel to hopefully empower other students who come to campus feeling just as scared and lost as I did."
Kaylee Wilson, a third-year sociology and global public health double major, shares her experience finding community and empowerment as a first-generation college student in this guest blog.