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  • Students meet virtually

    Learning From Each Other From Afar

    March 28, 2023

    Through two virtual exchanges per year, students in the Department of Global Studies and Modern Languages' Japanese program connect with students across the world and hone their language skills.

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  • Partnerships and Projects: Drexel's Recent Industry and Civic Engagement Connections

    March 23, 2023

    The University expanded its collaborations with local organizations and industry partners last term.

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  • Drexel University, Tamagawa University Students Learn From Each Other From Afar

    March 22, 2023

    Through two virtual exchanges per year, Drexel students in the Japanese program connect with students across the world and hone their language skills.

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  • Plan B, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, and Zola movie posters

    Women Filmmakers Course Centers the Stories Hollywood Ignores

    March 20, 2023

    Realizing that too many films by young or up-and-coming women directors were not getting the recognition they deserved, Jacqui Sadashige, PhD, developed a course that explores recent films written or directed by women that center topics relevant to women’s lives today. 

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  • Lashae Williams

    Clinical Psychology PhD Candidate Receives Inaugural Internship Scholarship

    March 16, 2023

    Lashae Williams, a PhD candidate in clinical psychology, received an inaugural Internship Scholarship from the Society for Black Neuropsychology. She is one of two trainees to receive this award, which eases the financial burden of the internship application process.

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  • Help IceCube Neutrino Observatory Decode Signals from Outer Space

    March 14, 2023

    Volunteers from anywhere can participate in the “Name that Neutrino” project led by IceCube researchers at Drexel University's College of Arts and Sciences, which asks users to help categorize IceCube data.

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  • Solving the Alzheimer’s Disease Puzzle: One Piece at a Time

    March 14, 2023

    Researchers from Drexel University have uncovered a novel regulatory mechanism in the brain that is essential for making the right kinds of proteins that promote healthy brain function, and its malfunctioning may be an early contributor of the development of Alzheimer’s disease.

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  • Mary Madsen smiles outside during golden hour, wearing a black turtleneck and glasses

    Catching up with Mary Madsen, MS Public Policy ’21

    March 13, 2023

    Mary Madsen, MS public policy ’21, started her master's program before Covid and graduated with the pandemic in full swing. Originally from Texas, the culture shock of moving to Philadelphia with her husband and child was difficult to begin with, but especially challenging when she realized that she would be stuck in the city with no prospect of returning home due to travel restrictions. But Madsen made the most of her time here. As someone interested in education policy, it was a great opportunity for her to learn about how city councils and school districts work in times of crisis.

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  • Faculty Highlights: Recent Awards and Grants

    March 10, 2023

    Drexel professors were recognized for their academic and professional achievements

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  • The Jewish quarter in Venice

    Exploring Judaism and Christianity Through a New Lens

    March 08, 2023

    'Judaism and Christianity: Two Religions or One,' taught by Professor of Philosophy Marilyn Piety, PhD, introduces students to a myriad of viewpoints from scholars of different faiths to identify common and separate philosophical ideologies between the religions. This article originally appeared in the Jewish Exponent

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  • Greg Loring-Albright

    Catching up with Greg Loring-Albright, PhD Communication, Culture and Media '22

    March 06, 2023

    Greg Loring-Albright, PhD '22, has always loved games, but when he decided to pursue this interest professionally, finding the right graduate program wasn't easy. The interdisciplinary model of Drexel’s Communication, Culture and Media (CCM) program proved to be the foundation he needed to pursue his unique path of study. Now, he's an assistant professor in the Interactive Media Department at Harrisburg University, where he teaches game studies and game design, while also working as an independent game designer.

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