Drexel University Named One of the Countrys Most Eco-Friendly Schools by the Princeton Review
Drexel has been named as one of the country's top 286 most environmentally responsible schools, according to the Princeton Review.
EPA Recognizes Drexel as Green Power Conference Champion
The Environmental Protection Agency recognized Drexel for using more green power than any other school in the Colonial Athletic Association conference.
Mass Murders of Women In Juarez Rally Drexel to Art and Activism
ARTMARCH, film screenings, concerts and lectures to draw attention to the murders of over 700 women in Juarez, Mexico.
Eliana Papadakis to Receive 2010 Woman One Award
The program supports a medical scholarship fund.
National Study Links Hardship and Wellness among Low-Income Children
Drexel's Dr. Mariana Chilton co-authored a study finding that food, housing and energy insecurity can impact normal growth and development of infants and toddlers in Philadelphia.
Drexel Conference Spotlights Future of Energy and Sustainability in Mid-Atlantic Region
Drexel University Advanced Energy Leadership Conference will showcase regional innovations in advanced energy grid technologies.
Drexel Public Health Students to Give Out Free Health Tips in LOVE Park
Students from Drexel's School of Public Health will distribute wellness tips and answer questions at a health fair in LOVE Park.
Patrick Murphy Drexel University Announce Partnership to Create Jobs
Murphy and Drexel team up to transform old industrial site in Bucks County into small business incubator.