teal tuesdays Drexel Recognizes Annual Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month across the country and here on Drexel’s campus.
Spring Spring Term: What's on Tap
Spring term on Drexel’s campus is coming up and it’s bursting with fun events, important deadlines and ways to get involved on campus.
Heard Around Campus Heard Around Campus — March
A lot happened on Drexel’s campus during the last month of winter term.
group shot Grad Students Have a Roaring Good Time at Dino Dance Masquerade
The Graduate Student Association recently hosted its annual masquerade at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
The stone side of an entrance to a city hall building, with a "City Hall" sign. Mayors’ Political Leanings Strongly Influence Thoughts on City Health Policy Effectiveness
A new Drexel University study found that cities’ lead decision-makers view how effective municipal policies are at reducing health disparities differently based on their social ideologies.
Mario The Little Engineer That Could
Mario Scotto Di Vetta is using his co-op opportunities to travel around the country and dig up some dirt on his future career opportunities.
Dichty The Good, The Bad and The Dicty
The entirely student-driven research course called “Dictyostelium” allows Drexel students to participate and contribute to actual research that will be published without the usual brisk time constraints of a research lab.
Sci Fest Science for the Community
Drexel students join with other university students and industry professionals to help promote science among the youth of the Philadelphia area.
Monks of Majuli ©Vipul Sangoi Dancing Monks of Assam Descend on Drexel’s Campus to Perform Sattriya: An Odyssey of the Spirit
Sattriya has historically been a hidden form of dance. Cultivated by Hindu monks as a way to worship the supreme deity, Krishna, it originated in the monasteries of Assam, India. This spring the public will have the opportunity to experience the ancient ritual for the first time in Philadelphia.
bball Inspire a Child to Dream Day Returns to Drexel on April 26
Drexel University faculty and professional staff members, including the Academy of Natural Sciences and Drexel University Online, are invited to have their little Dragons aged 6-12 years old come to campus on April 26 for the University’s annual Inspire a Child to Dream Day.
Sharon L. Walker, PhD. Sharon L. Walker Appointed Dean of the College of Engineering
Sharon L. Walker, PhD, a Yale-trained chemical and environmental engineer, will begin as dean of Drexel University's College of Engineering in the fall of 2018.
The Actors Gymnasium performs “Marie and Phil: A Circus Love Letter” (2015). Nico Añón is the bottom left performer. Photo courtesy of The Actors Gymnasium. This Drexel Student is Reaching New Heights
For many, the circus is just entertainment. For Nico Añón, a Drexel University freshman studying mechanical engineering in the College of Engineering, the circus is home.
Getting up close and personal with the animal armor of an armadillo with the Academy of Natural Sciences at Philly Materials Day 2018. Building Connections at Philly Materials Science & Engineering Day
Each year, Drexel University hosts Philly Materials Science & Engineering Day to engage local K-12 students in a day of workshops and hands-on demonstrations related to materials science and engineering.
The exterior of the James E. Marks Intercultural Center. Check Out the New James E. Marks Intercultural Center
The Office of Equality and Diversity has a new home — with a chapel and prayer room — on Drexel’s University City Campus.
Photo credit: Briyanna Hymms. Home Away From Home at Drexel’s New Writers Room
Drexel student ends quest of finding a place to call home on campus with new Writers Room located on first floor of MacAlister Hall.
It's hard to contain the excitement over Homecoming! Photo by Derik Hamilton. 7 Very Subtle Ways to Show Your Drexel Pride
Having school pride is hard when you’re trying to keep it together in a fast-paced quarter system. One Drexel student came up with a few clever ways to show Drexel pride without standing out too much.
A close-up of an Instagram post that the Fox Historic Costume Collection shared in November of a James Galanos full-length sheath dress from 1955 made with silk satin straps and finely pleated silk organza with white and silver beading. Fox Historic Costume Collection Shines on Instagram
Drexel University’s Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection has amassed a large following on Instagram.
Work is currently being done to create Drexel Square, the first development in the Schuylkill Yards project. Photo credit Jordan Stein. Street Improvements and Closures Around Drexel’s University City Campus
What’s going on with all of the construction around Drexel’s University City Campus? Here’s what you need to know about what’s being done to improve the area and the neighborhood.
Emergency procedures Emergency Preparedness Q&A With Drexel’s Head of Public Safety
Drexel’s Vice President of Public Safety Eileen Behr answered a few questions about how Dragons can be more prepared for emergency situations on and off campus.
pop Explore the Deeper Waters of Pop Culture with New Podcast from Pennoni Honors College
The Pennoni Honors College has a new podcast dedicated to bringing an academic lens to the beloved but critically-overlooked products of pop culture.
A turtle ant on a branch with another type of smaller bug Without 46 Million Year-Old Bacteria, Turtle Ants Would Need More Bite And Less Armor
Socially transmitted, nitrogen-providing microbes have opened a new ecological frontier for herbivorous turtle ants.
Ryan Roe with Soohorang, the mascot of the 2018 Winter Olympics. A Drexel Co-op at the 2018 Winter Olympics
One Drexel University student is currently in South Korea for a co-op working at the 2018 Winter Olympics and Winter Paralympics games.
Photo credit: Tommy Leonardi. Steady as She Goes
Denise Dillon breathed life into the Drexel women’s basketball program when she took over coaching the team 15 years ago. She’s now the winningest coach in program history — and she’s just getting started.
Cell phone with grades showing Business Experts Say FedEx and UPS Fight Over NRA Won't Win Over Public
A panel of business experts say the latest fight between FedEx and UPS over their relationship with the National Rifle Association (NRA) won’t help either company win over the public. FedEx has stated it will keep its discount for NRA members, breaking with other companies who eliminated such discounts after the Parkland School shooting. While UPS has never had a discount for NRA members, the company has said it will continue delivering NRA products.
  Back row, left to right: Dean Cohen, Amy Gottsegen, Kelly Weissberger (Associate Director, CSD), Ashleigh Jugan, Nicholas Barber, Vincent O’Leary, Provost Blake, Riki McDaniel, Ian Nichols, Caitlin Walczyk, Sam Buczek, Meredith Wooten (Director, CSD), Dean Van Bockstaele, Martha Meiers (Program Coordinator, CSD). Front row, left to right: Caitlin Cooper, Ana Monastero, Jacob Baron, Dylan O’Donoghue, Marina D’souza, Gabrielle Salib, Emily Coyle (Fellowships Advisor, CSD). Photo credit Jordan Stein. Meet the Drexel Dragons up for the Biggest Awards This Year
Drexel University’s Center for Scholar Development recently hosted an event to recognize the hard work and initiative taken by those students who applied for major fellowships this year.
China One Dragon’s Journey Across the World
Bianca Walker is accepting her first post-graduate offer in China as an English language teacher.
exterior of Main Building Drexel Supports Students Protesting Gun Violence
We welcome and respect student activism and citizenship, and can assure our college applicants that there will be no repercussions for peaceful, thoughtful and meaningful protests.