Breakaway to Test 1500 High School Students in Battle of the Robots at Drexel
More than 1,500 high school students from five states will compete in the FIRST Regional Robotics Competition.
Drexel University Officials Sign Exchange Agreements with Israeli Institutions
Drexel officials will announce the results of their recent trip to Israel during an April 14 presentation about new exchange agreements signed between the University and several schools in Israel.
Earle Mack School of Law at Drexel to Host Discussion on Pets Displaced by Natural Disaster
MINE, an award-winning 2009 film that follows Hurricane Katrina survivors who tried to reclaim pets, will be screened.
National Moot Court Competition Tests Teens Persuasive Skills
High school students from eight cities will compete in the year’s culmination of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project.
Chuck Williams to Moderate Constitution Center Panel on Obamas A More Perfect Union Speech
On the two-year anniversary of the speech, the panelists will address the direction of race dialogue in America.
Macys and Drexel Team up to Teach Philly Girls about the Magic of Science in Shopping
Thirty Philadelphia middle school girls will go on a “science” spree in Macy’s Center City.
Drexel University Video Game Development Program Ranked in Princeton Reviews Top Three
The Princeton Review has ranked Drexel University's video game development program as one of the top three, out of more than 500 schools.
Drexel Receives National Recognition for Community Service Drexel Receives National Recognition for Community Service
The University has been named to the 2009 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.