300 Drexel Nursing Students Trade their Textbooks for iPods
More than 300 Drexel nursing students received iPod touch devices on their first day of class. The devices will be used to help prevent nursing errors and replace many traditional textbooks.
Piezoelectric Fingers Key in New Breast Cancer Detector
Researchers at Drexel University are developing a new portable, low-cost, radiation-free breast cancer detector that can potentially be used in a doctor’s office as a first-line to detect breast cancer.
Drexel Ranked Third in Nation for Entrepreneurship
LeBow College of Business is recognized by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review as having one of the top three entrepreneurship programs for graduates in the country.
First Residents to Move into Drexel’s New “Green” Dorm First Residents to Move into Drexels New Green Dorm
The building, made primarily of glass, features spectacular views of Center City and includes a “green” roof.
Drexels Center for Civic Engagement to Administer 13 Million Grant
The CCE will partner with the Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development in an initiative involving economic recovery in the region.