Matthew Shirley started his biomedical engineering PhD at Drexel’s School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems through the Bridge to the Doctorate (BTD) Fellowship program. National Program Helps Drexel Bridge the Representation Gap for STEM PhDs
The Bridge to the Doctorate Fellowship program (BTD) provides funding and resources for STEM PhD students from underrepresented populations, and so far Drexel has hosted nearly 50 BTD students.
Heard Around Campus Heard Around Campus: July
It’s around the middle of summer, and the middle of the summer term. Here’s what all Drexel University faculty and staff should know about going forward.
The Office of Corporate Relations and Economic Development, Drexel Ventures and the Office of Technology Commercialization are now known as Drexel Applied Innovation. Reorganization to Sustain Drexel as a Top Research University
The Office of Corporate Relations and Economic Development, Drexel Ventures and the Office of Technology Commercialization are now known as Drexel Applied Innovation.
Hoagie with meat, cheese, lettuce and tomato. Rolls Wit'out: Developed in Drexel's Food Lab, New Rolls Help Cut Salt from a Philadelphia Staple
Drexel Food Lab's partnership with the Philadelphia Department of Public Health and Amoroso's Baking Company leads to lower-sodium hoagie roll.
solar panels As Rocky Mountain Region Plans Its Energy Future, Study Suggests Reigning in Greenhouse Gas Emissions Will Save Hundreds of Lives and Billions of Dollars
Research by Drexel University and the University of Colorado at Boulder suggests that imposing fees on energy producers that emit greenhouse gas could improve the health and financial well-being of the Rocky Mountain region.
The Paul Peck Center Gallery, which is currently showcasing "John Chapel: A Photographic Voyage." 5 Fun, Free Things to Do Near Drexel’s Campus
There are several things that Dragons can do between classes or on a lunch break that are fun, free and near the University City Campus.
Earlier this year Drexel announced a 20-year academic affiliation with Tower Health, a six-hospital system with locations in the Philadelphia area, to educate Drexel medical students at a new regional location being built in Reading, Pennsylvania. FAQ: How Hahnemann’s Closing Impacts Drexel
How does Hahnemann University Hospital’s closing relate to the University? Here’s what you need to know going forward.
Campus Digest new Campus Digest — July 2019
It’s summertime on campus, but things have certainly not slowed down! Here’s what’s going on this month.
Penny Hammrich, PhD, Dean of the School of Education. Q&A: Penny Hammrich, PhD, Dean of the School of Education
Penny Hammrich was just named dean in May, but has already established a collective, innovative future vision for the School of Education that will help set it further apart from competitors.
Faculty Highlights Faculty Highlights: Grants and Awards From Spring 2019
Read all about the sponsored research and major gifts and recognition that were recently received by faculty at Drexel, like the 53 faculty and staff members who were named this year’s Drexel Areas of Research Excellence (DARE) awardees.
Briefly noted Briefly Noted: Campus News From Spring 2019
Last term, Drexel Procurement Services launched Amazon Business and changed its purchasing policy and business meal guidelines. Plus, there were changes done to construction projects and recycling methods. Here’s what you need to know going forward.
Thomas DeChiaro pictured on Drexel's campus. All photos courtesy Thomas DeChiaro. Employee Spotlight: Thomas DeChiaro, the Drexel VP and CIO Who Runs a Winery
The Vice President of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer owns The Winery at St. George, and has created a private label wine for Drexel that you might have seen — and drank — at University events.
Flag. Photo Recap: Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony for Drexel’s New Veterans Lounge
The space in the Creese Student Center officially opened with a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony last month. Tom Masci '68, an Army vet, made a generous gift to help with the improvements to the area, which boasts a business center, study tables and a small meeting area.
"Two Open Triangles Leaning Gyratory" by George Rickey. Hidden Treasures: Drexel’s Outdoor Public Art
There is a lot of art hidden in plain sight on Drexel’s University City Campus that you might be walking by every day.
A poster and materials from The Drexel Collection related to international travel at Drexel. Exploring Drexel’s Diverse History, One Class Project at a Time
A new spin on an old class enabled Drexel students to research areas of University history that spoke to them, such as women, LGBTQ+ students, working-class students and international students at Drexel.