National Mock Trial Championship Coming to Philly
Pennsylvania Bar Association will host the 2010 tournament, and Drexel, which will present a $100,000 check to the PBA on May 30, will serve as leadership sponsor of the event.
Drexel to Celebrate Commencement with Four Honorary Degree Recipients in Four Ceremonies
The late Drexel trustee Harold Pote will receive a posthumous degree.
Apparel Inspired by Asian American Counter and Pop Culture at Annual Student Fashion Show
The show rivals any professional show in the commercial fashion world, showcasing six graduate collections and 30 senior collections.
Drexel to Launch Sacramento Graduate Center
Drexel will open a Center for Graduate Studies in Sacramento in January 2009 and and establish a $10 million fund for fellowships for students.
Drexel Alumnus to Speak on Regions Pharmaceutical Industry
David Elkins, vice president and chief financial officer of AstraZeneca North America and a 1995 LeBow graduate will address students on the pharmaceutical industry as a career industry of choice.
Drexel’s Westphal College Students Create New Television Series Drexels Westphal College Students Create New Television Series
Student Produced Drama Series University 101 goes into production and will air on DUTV.
Drexel to Break Ground for the University’s 10th Dorm Drexel to Break Ground for the Universitys 10th Dorm
The 17-story building will house 500 students in a hybrid suite configuration with a series of shared living areas.
Gov Richardson to Be Honored by Eastern Technology Council at Drexel
Richardson will be presented the Eastern Technology Council's Titans of Technology award during his visit to Drexel on May 19. His speech will focus on oil, energy and foreign and domestic policy.
Drexel Athletics Recipient of NCAA Overall Excellence in Diversity Award
The National Collegiate Athletic Association has awarded the Drexel University Athletics Department the Diversity in Athletics Award.
From the Hottest to the Dumpiest Drexel Students to Display Their Rides at Commuter Car Show
Drexel's commuter students will show off their wheels on campus at the third annual Commuter Car Show on May 14.
Take Back the Night Drexel Sorority to Help Raise Awareness of Violence Against Women
Sigma Psi Zeta will hold a candlelight vigil May 13 in commemoration of female victims of violence and listen to testimony from an abuse survivor.
Drexel Marketing Association to Host Pangea Day Event
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Underwater Robot Competition to Test 600 Middle High School Students
More than 600 students from Greater Philadelphia, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland will square off in the third annual Greater Philadelphia Sea Perch Challenge on May 10 at Drexel.
11th Street Family Health Services Center of Drexel Named a National Model for Care Delivery
The Center was among just 24 organizations named national models as part of a research project conducted by Health Workforce Solutions LLC and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Drexel School of Public Health Student a Top Winner in Nationwide Kaiser Essay Contest to 2008 Presi
Adrienne Poon was one of 300 students from 100 colleges and universities nationwide to enter the Kaiser Family Foundation’s contest.
Drexel Students’ Concept for Subaru Impreza Collegiate Challenge Reinforced in Carmaker’s Campaign Drexel Students Concept for Subaru Impreza Collegiate Challenge Reinforced in Carmakers Campaign
With a $3,000 budget, the class created Six Star Associates Consulting—inspired by Subaru’s six-star logo—and launched its advertising concept “Fall in love with a Subaru.”
Mayor Nutter, Councilwoman Blackwell to Raise Flag at Drexel Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. Mayor Nutter Councilwoman Blackwell to Raise Flag at Drexel Honoring Martin Luther King Jr
The flag, created in 1997 by Joseph T. Finn, president of Automated Builders Consortium Foundation, represents King’s mission of peace, love and brotherhood. The flag, which will be raised May 6, flies in Atlantic City, N.J., and Finn plans to fly it in cities nationwide.
Family to Celebrate Nick Pipinos Memory With 16th Annual University City 5K Run
About 350 students and alumni runners will compete in the annual University City 5K Run on May 3 in celebrating the memory of Nick Pipino, a Drexel student who was fatally stabbed 16 years ago.
$30 Million Gift to Drexel’s Earle Mack School of Law Will Fuel Growth of Pa.’s Newest Law School 30 Million Gift to Drexels Earle Mack School of Law Will Fuel Growth of Pas Newest Law School
Drexel's law school will be named in honor of philanthropist Earle Mack, Drexel Class of ’59, a businessman, arts advocate and former U.S. ambassador to Finland, at a ceremony May 1.