Boris Dyatkin presents at a conference in France in 2015. Drexel Doctoral Candidate Preparing ‘Green’ Supercapacitor Research for National Conference
A Drexel doctoral candidate will be traveling to Boston as a result of a special award to present his research to a wide audience.
An Instagram post depicting fireworks seen from Perelman Plaza at Drexel. The Most Popular Tweets, Posts and Shares of the Month — July 2015
Check out the highlights from Drexel social media during June, smack in the middle of the dog days of summer.
Mayor Michael Nutter speaking in the third Leadership Matters lecture. Photo by Natalie Shaak. Mayor Nutter Talks Leadership, Determination at LeBow
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter detailed the start of his run for mayor and what he considers vital to leadership as a part of a lecture series hosted by LeBow’s Institute for Strategic Leadership.
Rachel Wenrick, associate director of the University Writing Program: Strategic Initiatives, during an anthology release event at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships. Employee Spotlight: Rachel Wenrick
Since 2007, the College of Arts and Sciences' Rachel Wenrick has been a champion of the written word at Drexel and her latest effort promotes writing in Drexel's surrounding neighborhoods.
A view of Philadelphia's skyline. Photo by Alexandra Atiyeh, BS environmental science '16. In Photos: #CoASDayintheLife
From the remarkable, to the beautiful to the breathtaking, the College of Arts and Sciences community did its best to documented just another day as part of its third annual photo contest.
One of the collections featured in Drexel's annual fashion show this year. Drexel Programs Rank Highly on Fashion Schools List
A website dedicated to directing students to the right schools for them again ranked Drexel’s programs very highly, with one in the Top 10, in its annual list of the best schools in the United States.
Heard Around Campus Heard Around Campus: July 2015
As the summer rolls on, here’s a look at the progress of construction/renovation projects and a vital addition to Drexel’s administration.
PeaceTech Lab Engineering Peace: Drexel Joins PeaceTech Lab in Global Mission to Use Technology for Resolving Conflicts
Drexel University engineering researchers and students are joining an international effort led by PeaceTech Lab, a non-profit entity launched by the United States Institute of Peace (USIP), to prepare the next generation of humanitarian engineers. The PeaceTech Lab’s Young Engineers Program seeks to use the skills of talented young technologists in service of communities in conflict zones around the world who are seeking to create a sustainable peace.
The StudyTree team after winning the Microsoft Imagine Cup United States Final, from left to right, Robyn Freedman, Ethan Keiser, and Phuoc Phan. Courtesy of Microsoft. StudyTree in Global Finals of Microsoft Imagine Cup
The peer-to-peer tutoring app developed by a team of Drexel students is ready to compete on the top level of Microsoft’s annual student technology competition.
Drexel's Main Building. Checking in with PAR: Midway through Drexel’s First Program Alignment and Review
Now in the third year of its inaugural cycle, Drexel’s Program Alignment and Review (PAR) process is spurring the process of institutional self-reflection, helping programs better examine curricular quality and envision a future with a clear plan to move forward.
Valerie Ifill, of the Drexel dance program, teaching young community members at the Dornsife Center. Photo by Jennifer Britton. The Anti-Parachuters: Dornsife Center Bonding With Drexel’s Neighbors
A little more than a year after it officially opened, Drexel’s Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships is actively providing wanted, useful programming for the University’s neighboring communities.
Man sketching an owl. Color, Cut and Mold the Stress Away
A Drexel professor recently received an award for a study that explored how activities like drawing, sculpting and collage-making can reduce levels of stress in adults.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Photo courtesy: https://www.flickr.com/photos/snoshuu/368444407/ Students, Community Members Use “War Stories” to Connect With Veterans
Drexel's English course "War Stories" up to its name, creating opportunities for Drexel students and community members to learn more about veterans.
Photo of Market Basket book cover New Book Shares Business Lessons Learned From Market Basket Dispute
One year after the unprecedented protest that gained national attention and nearly shut down a $4 billion supermarket chain, a Drexel professor has co-authored a book about what happened at Market Basket, and why it is important.
A 2014 STAR Scholar demonstrates his research. Non-STEM Students Equally Benefit from Undergraduate Research, Study Finds
Most undergraduate research programs cater to STEM majors. A team of Drexel researchers shows why that's a bad idea.
Connor White, co-founder, left, and Mohamed Zerban, right, founder, of Tern, a company incubated in the Baiada Institute for Entrepreneurship. Baiada-Incubated Company Gets Boost
A Drexel student and a recent graduate got a boost from Founder.org for their company looking to help provide sustainable technology for water.
Harris Steinberg, the executive director of the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation. A Q&A with the Lindy Institute's Harris Steinberg
Harris Steinberg has a pedigree that proves he can take Drexel’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation from a “blank slate” to a force that helps form urban plans with community problem-solving in mind.
The Drexel Recreation Center. What Makes the Drexel Recreation Center No. 1?
DrexelNow reached out to find out what people love about the University City Campus’ premier workout spot.
"Spring Landscape #5 (Mont Royal, Montreal)" by Gershon Benjamin, 1947, oil on canvas, 29 x 36 inches. Three Weeks Left to See Gershon Benjamin Retrospective
Experience the wonder in "Gershon Benjamin: Modern Master" before the 20th century Expressionist artist's retrospective comes down in a few weeks.
Emerging Scholars logo. Finding a Major That Fits
Emerging Scholars, a brand-new program in the College of Arts and Sciences, features the unique benefits of a Drexel education while allowing humanities and social science students to explore their interests before declaring a major.
Erin Sheridan catching up with Drexel faculty member Nyree Dardarian at the Men’s Basketball Semifinals at the World University Games. Photo credit: Drexel Athletics. Dispatch from Drexel’s Delegation to the World University Games
After a successful two weeks abroad, Drexel’s students and faculty report back on their international sporting experience.
The Rittenhouse Orrery Clock. Hear Masterpiece Rittenhouse Clock's Chimings
The complex chimings of a clock dating back to 1773 that is considered to be David Rittenhouse's masterwork can now be heard in the Anthony J. Drexel Picture Gallery thanks to an interactive display.
Kapil Dandekar Drexel Antenna Research Helping to Boost The Performance of Commercial Wireless Networking Technology
Wireless antenna technology that originated in the College of Engineering has hit the market in the newest family of ZyXEL ’smart attennae’ designed to seek a better wireless connection.
The opening ceremonies for the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea. Drexel Well-Represented at World University Games
At an international competition held in South Korea this year, Drexel students and faculty are giving the University a strong presence at a high-level, high-profile athletics event.
40 Under 40 logo Drexel Magazine's 40 Under 40: Who Inspires You?
Help us identify the most inspiring of Drexel's recent graduates for Drexel Magazine's annual feature.
Tule Lake Relocation Center, Newell, California. A group of 19 newspapermen, wire service, and newsreel cameramen, and representatives of OWI [Office of War Information] visited the Tule Lake Relocation Center. This was the first inspection tour granted the press. Communications Professor Analyzes Local Media Coverage of Japanese-American Incarceration Camps
Ron Bishop, professor and head of the Department of Communication, published a book analyzing how the internment of people of Japanese descent, more than 60 percent American citizens, was covered by local newspapers during World War Two.
The Philadelphia skyline after a storm, as depicted in an Instagram post by Drexel's College of Arts and Sciences. The Most Popular Tweets, Posts and Shares of the Month — June 2015
Check out the highlights from Drexel's social media this month including the excitement and fanfare of Commencement 2015.
The Great Court in the Main Building as it looked not long after Drexel was founded. From the University Archives. Professors Seeking Help to Bring Drexel’s 125-Year History to Life
With Drexel’s quasquicentennial (125th anniversary) next year, a pair of College of Arts and Sciences professors has set out to tell the whole history of the University with a little help from the Dragon community.
A piece from Lauren Fensterstock's “Forays and Follies” Forays and Follies Presents the Dark and Romantic World of Lauren Fensterstock
The latest exhibit in the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery will be open from July 17 to August 28.
Interim Vice President for IRT and Chief Information Officer Ken Blackney, at left, and Interim Vice President for Public Safety Eileen Behr, at right. University Makes Interim Appointments for Public Safety, IRT
Drexel made several interim appointments to its leadership while searches go on for permanent replacements.