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Top Drexel Stories of 2018
December 17, 2018
2018 was a big year for Drexel University. Thanks to DrexelNow, you can relive the year's top stories concerning faculty, staff and students who were involved with some of the biggest news and events on and off campus.
December 05, 2018
Lifetime experiences of racial and ethnic discrimination are linked to food insecurity in Philadelphia, says a new series of reports from researchers at Drexel's Center for Hunger Free Communities.
November 29, 2018
An analysis of proposed vaccine legislation between 2011 and 2017 shows that although the majority of proposed bills would have allowed more parents to exempt their children from school immunization requirements, those that favored vaccines were more likely to become law.
November 09, 2018
The Office of the Provost recently established a council to map out a university-wide action plan for global engagement at Drexel.
November 01, 2018
The project offers a unique opportunity for researchers to track how the state’s changing cannabis laws are impacting public health.
October 15, 2018
Researchers at Drexel University will assess and train firefighters nationwide to improve on-the-job safety and prevent injuries. The project, called FOCUS 2.0, is funded by a $1.5 million grant from FEMA and DHS.
Faculty Highlights: Grants and Awards From Spring and Summer 2018
October 09, 2018
Over the past two terms, there has been a lot of research funding, commercialization activity and faculty honors at Drexel University.
October 03, 2018
Using “The Future Is a Place We Make” as its theme, Drexel’s comprehensive campaign has raised well over half of its $750 million goal.
October 02, 2018
Usama Bilal, MD, PhD, an assistant research professor in the Dornsife School of Public Health, has been awarded a $1.25-million Early Independence Award from the National Institutes of Health.
October 01, 2018
The disparity between uninsured noncitizens and native citizens grew between 2010 and 2015, according to a Dornsife School of Public Health study.