Pioneering Transactional Lawyering Meet Convenes for Second Time Triples in Size
Students from law schools in 14 states and the District of Columbia will take part in the meet.
Drexel Alumnus Paul Baran, Internet Pioneer, Dies at 84 Drexel Alumnus Paul Baran Internet Pioneer Dies at 84
In 2007, Baran was named a National Medal of Technology and Innovation laureate.
Drexel's Dr. Charles Williams to Receive National Adoption Center's Allison Award Drexels Dr Charles Williams to Receive National Adoption Centers Allison Award
The award will be presented at the Center’s annual Celebration of Family Friday, April 8 at Citizens Bank Park.
Dragons Return to WNIT, Traveling to Florida Gulf Coast For Opening Round Dragons Return to WNIT Traveling to Florida Gulf Coast For Opening Round
Drexel Women's Basketball has made the postseason for a third straight season and returns to the Women's National Invitation Tournament for the second year in a row.
Drexel Students Develop Music-Playing Robot Drexel Students Develop Music-Playing Robot
The robot is being studied for more than its entertainment value.
Home Videoconferencing Can Transform Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
Many professionals don’t know how to deliver highly effective, non-medication treatment and patients often don’t have access to high-quality treatment. Two Drexel professors now have a solution to this urgent medical need.
Drexel Experts Available to Comment on the Earthquake and Tsunami that Hit Japan
Drexel professors are available to assist the news media in the continuing coverage of the aftermath of the earthquake-shaken and tsunami-stricken Japan.
Japanese Woodblock Prints Exhibited at Drexel
The prints will be on display through April 1.
Princeton Review and GamePro Rank Drexel in the Top 7 for Video Game Design Study
Drexel was ranked number seven nationally for its undergraduate video gaming programs and number five nationally for graduate video gaming programs.
Psychosocial Hazardous Neighborhoods Linked to Impaired Cognitive Function
Residing in a psychosocially hazardous neighborhood is associated with worse cognitive function in older age for people with the apolipoprotein E ε4 allele (an alternative form of the gene), according to an analysis led by the School of Public Health.