Autism Speaks Funds 5 Million to Studies on Genetic and Environmental Risk Factors for Autism
The funds will link and expand two separate autism studies led by investigators at Drexel's School of Public Health and the University of North Carolina.
Onassis Foundation Scholar Sotirios Mousouris to Lecture at Drexel on Greeces Role in the East and W
Mousouris is known for promoting peace, development and human rights around the globe.
Drexel Student Alyssa Wilson Named 2009 Gates Cambridge Scholar Drexel Student Alyssa Wilson Named 2009 Gates Cambridge Scholar
The fellowship supports students in graduate study at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
Local Hero Astronaut Capt Christopher Ferguson to be Honored at Pep Rally
Space shuttle commander Capt. Christopher Ferguson will return to Drexel University for a campus rally celebrating his successful mission.
Drexel University First To Adopt Green Globes Sustainability Monitoring System To All Capital Projec
Drexel has become the first university in the nation to implement policy requiring use of independent environmental monitoring software for all new construction projects.
“Eggs-treme” Games to Challenge Drexel Engineering Students: Can an Egg Drop 34 Ft. and Make the Grade? Eggs-treme Games to Challenge Drexel Engineering Students Can an Egg Drop 34 Ft and Make the Grade
The event will kick off Drexel’s celebration of National Engineers Week 2009.
Astronaut Christopher Ferguson Named Drexel’s 2009 Engineer of the Year Astronaut Christopher Ferguson Named Drexels 2009 Engineer of the Year
He will be honored at a ceremony on Feb. 20 at the Rittenhouse Hotel.
Drexel Career Center Expert Offers 10 Tips for a Successful Job Interview
In today’s troubled economic times a successful job interview has never been more important.
Exhibition to Feature Monotypes by Artist Matt Philips from Professor’s Private Collection Exhibition to Feature Monotypes by Artist Matt Philips from Professors Private Collection
Dr. Arthur Frank, professor and chair of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the School of Public Health, and his wife Joanne B. Frank have been collecting the artist's monotypes for decades.
Drexel University Launches an Online Degree in Hospitality Management
The new online master’s degree in Hospitality Management will help prepare students for leadership positions within the hospitality industry.
Drexels Black History Month Fashion Show a Striking Celebration of African Heritage
The show titled “The Epiphany of Me” melds fashion, music, dance and poetry in a dazzling tribute to black history.
Drexels Student-Run MAD Dragon Records Named Best College Label by IMA to Hold Philly Concert
The concert will be broadcast live on WKDU-91.7, Drexel's student-run radio station.
Teach-In to Highlight Regional Impact of Global Warming
Drexel University host a teach-in on sustainable design and a presentation of local turtle species threatened by regional environmental changes.
Students Partner with IRS to Offer Free Income Tax Assistance at LeBow College of Business
Students will prepare income taxes at no cost for individuals and families with incomes of $40,000 or less who do not plan to itemize deductions.