Saint Peters University Hospital Now Regional Medical Campus for College of Medicine
This designation expands on an already existing academic partnership between both institutions.
Three-Legged Cat with Drexel Ties to be Named 2010 ASPCA Cat of the Year
Henry has been an inspiration to children, parents and families across the country.
Drexel Establishes Paul Peck Problem Solving and Research Institute
The Institute will foster competitive advantage in the region and nation.
High School Students to Visit Drexel with Mayor Nutter
Mayor Nutter will visit Drexel as part of PhillyGoes2College’s “College Awareness Week.“
Drexel Engineers May Soon Replace E-Z Pass Box with Transparent Antenna
The antennas are created from an ink-jet printer technique that coats conductive polymers onto flexible materials.
Health Policy Conference Surveys Impact of National Reforms on Delaware Valley Providers
The Earle Mack School of Law and the School of Public Health at Drexel University will host a health care reform conference on October 22, 2010.
Drexel Researcher Discovers Lost Transgender Memoir from 1921
Dr. Randall Sell, director of the School of Public Health's LGBT Health Program, has discovered significant parts of the long, lost third volume of memoirs from 1921 by the pseudonymous Earl Lind.
Advanced BioSensors Inc Continues Sponsored Research Agreement with Drexel
NetScientific has so far seeded Advanced BioSensors with $500,000, most of which was directed at supporting sponsored research agreements with Dr. Ryszard Lec’s laboratory.
Drexel University Commits to 100 Percent Clean Renewable Wind Energy
Drexel now among the top college and university green power purchasers nationally.
Drexel to Host Women Against Abuse Third Annual iPledge Campaign
Women Against Abuse and Drexel University are callingl on Philadelphians to take a stand against domestic violence.
At Drexel Career Fair Engineering and IT Among the Most Promising Job Fields
More than 165 employer organizations will line up to recruit from more than 1300 students and alumni .
Drexel to Open New Intercultural Center to Highlight Diversity on Campus Drexel to Open New Intercultural Center to Highlight Diversity on Campus
The Intercultural Center will foster community building and collaboration among diverse groups within and outside the University community.