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2019

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    • Water and Well-Being Global: Approaches to Water Management

      05/10/2019

      Lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene remains one of the world’s most urgent health issues, according to the United Nations. Drexel University will host faculty from its partner institution, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, for a symposium entitled "Water and Well-Being: Global Approaches to Water Management. Join us on May 17, in this conversation with health, engineering and environmental experts from Israel and Drexel University as they outline the latest efforts at engineering healthy water!

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    • An Interview with Mary Copeland

      05/01/2019

      As a project to spread the word about all the amazing international experiences offered for both faculty and students at Drexel, we are doing interviews with Faculty about their international experiences. Here is one with Mary Copeland, a professor of accounting at Drexel who did a Global Classroom experience with one of her classes. Keep an eye out for more interviews with faculty on global classrooms, intensive courses abroad, and international research!

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    • A cohort of students taking part in Alternative Spring Break at Drexel University.

      Drexel Spring Break: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow

      03/25/2019

      Decide to stick around campus this spring break? There are plenty of local events to take part in during this reprieve from classes, and next year, look toward these Drexel-supported programs to travel, learn and grow!

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    • International Spring Break Opportunities

      03/25/2019

      For students who want to spend spring break farther from Philadelphia, the Education Abroad office offers Intensive Courses Abroad on a variety of different topics and in a variety of locations. Best of all? You'll receive credit for your participation. 


       

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    • The Drexel delegation in front of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's amphitheater. Left to right: Michael Yudell, Aleister Saunders, Sharon Walker, Koren Bedeau, Bridget Blake and M. Brian Blake.

      After International Trip, Partnership Opportunities Abound

      03/21/2019

      A trip to Israel last November taken by a Drexel delegation of faculty and staff is bearing fruit, with several developments at the University that could lead to future collaborations with academic partners abroad.

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    • Israeli Partnership Opportunities 

      03/21/2019

      In Fall 2018, a delegation from Drexel University visited exchange partners and potential partners in Israel. Now, several months later, there are developments in the works that came out of that trip to create opportunities for research and academic collaboration for Drexel Dragons. 

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    • Nowak Metro Finance Lab Launch overview

      03/21/2019

      Drexel University launched the Nowak Metro Finance Lab on November 14th, 2018 with a workshop focused on analyzing proven institutional models for financing inclusive urban revitalization. The workshop brought together elected officials, public administrators, venture capitalists and researchers to think deeply about how development models might adapt to the evolving global, national and local contexts, attracting reflective practitioners from across the U.S. and Europe. Organized in collaboration with Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC) and City Finance Lab located at BLOXHUB in Copenhagen, Denmark, the event served as a model for convenings the Lab is expected to replicate as it scales over the coming year.

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    • Gilman Scholarship Recipients Winter/Spring 2019

      03/07/2019

      Three Drexel students have been awarded Gilman Scholarships to study abroad for Winter/Spring 2019. The prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, awards scholarships to American undergraduate students from colleges and universities across the United States to study or intern abroad during the winter/spring or full academic year of 2019. Congratulations to all of Drexel's Gilman honorees!

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