Katy Gonder, PhD, comes to Drexel with nearly 20 years of research experience from Central Africa. The primate enthusiast specializes in African biodiversity and conservation strategies, and joins the Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program — founded by bio prof Gail Hearn, PhD — as the principal investigator.
Joel Oestreich, PhD is the Director of the International Area Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences. Having recently completed a Fulbright fellowship in India, Oestreich returns to the U.S. ready to apply his research in his roles as scholar, professor and Director of IAS.
Elias, who has a concentration in Social Justice and Human Rights and French, traveled to Brussels in August 2010 for his co-op at the European Parliament. His research focuses on contemporary...
Arthur Frank, PhD, Professor, Chair: Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, Drexel School of Public Health advised the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Labor for the Government of Israel on the establishment of a research institute in the areas of occupations safety and health.
A high percentage of English speakers and a fascination with Asian culture drew Grace to Singapore; she spent a term as an exchange student at Nanyang Technological University.
Joseph Hancock, PhD was a 2008 recipient of the Scholar’s Roundtable from the Costume Society of America were he helped to discuss “pushing the envelope” of scholarship in the area of fashion.
Shazia Mehmood, Drexel University Class of 2008, is off to Geneva this summer to take part in a highly competitive summer internship with the World Health Organization's World Alliance for Patient Safety.
Learn about how Tapiwa used his international co-op experience in South Africa to expand his start up, Kasoma Africa, a platform where people in Africa can share their everyday experiences.