Woman in lab coat speaking with another woman, a bowl of fruit sits on a table between them How Nutrition Guidance Can Optimize Fertility Treatments for Female Cancer Survivors
Researchers from Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions explored the barriers and ways to promote healthy diet practices among female cancer survivors with fertility challenges.
View of Drexel Main Building Main Court Heard Around Campus — August 2023
It’s the last newsletter of the academic year! Make sure you’re ready for what is coming up next — including the 2023 performance development process.
Four people stand in front of a quilt created by people who participated in the first Courageous Conversation Lindy Center for Civic Engagement Funding Second Cohort of Anti-Racism Projects
Since the 2021–22 school year, the Lindy Center has offered Anti-Racism Mini Grants to students working in areas focused on dialogue, education, arts and culture, economic mobility and global perspectives.
Drexel Develops New Innovative Model for Cell and Gene Therapy Education with Grants from Bristol Myers Squibb
The funding provided close to $1 million to support the creation of a new Cell and Gene Therapy Technology, Engineering, Analytics, Manufacturing, & Science academic program, known as CGT-TEAMS, that launched this summer for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems and the College of Medicine at Drexel.
Two rows of people standing in front of the dragon statue on Drexel's campus holding flags of their home African countries. Young African Leaders Emboldened by Mandela Washington Fellowship at Drexel University
The 23 fellows from 17 African nations hosted by Drexel shared how the six-week program impacted them.
Four rows of people sit in long tables in a classroom as Drexel President John Fry stands at the front of the room addressing them. Drexel President Meets Mandela Fellows and Discusses the Role of Anchor Institutions
Drexel University President John Fry met with the young African leaders hosted at Drexel University in the last week of their six-week leadership fellowship on campus.
Paige Deangelo laying on grass showing mascara Drexel Entrepreneur to Launch Sustainable Cosmetics Business
Paige DeAngelo, founder and CEO of Aer Cosmetics, placed first in the U.S. in the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards in 2023 for her vegan, cruelty-free mascara formula that comes in tablets with a refillable tube.
Monika Julien sits on a staircase holding an issue of "Double Platinum." Drexel Music Industry Class Goes Double Platinum
A new “Women in Music Industry” course paired students with alumnae working in the field for a first-of-its-kind project. Their interviews related to professional experiences and career advice were then published in a zine.
Discarded sofa, mattress and appliance curbside Bulk Trash Pickup Returns for Summer Moveout
Dragons moving out of homes in a certain area including Mantua, West Powelton and Powelton Village can place bulk trash items curbside for pickup from Aug. 21–Sept. 1.
A large colorful painting with red, yellow, orange, black and blue paints swirled and dripped over the canvas. Drexel-created Art to be Auctioned to Fund Scholarships
Paintings created by members of Information Technology groups from across Drexel University will be displayed on campus Aug. 22–24 and put up for sale on Aug. 24 to raise money for Drexel’s Women in Technology scholarship.
Two public safety officers in uniform and a woman stand at a table. "Public Safety & U" is written on the bottom. Public Safety & U — August 2023
To help you prepare for a safe start to the new academic year, this feature is jam-packed with safety tips and planning resources.
A woman sits on a brown bench in a paved outdoor area of Drexel University's Korman Quad with a construction crane in the background. Summer Campus Construction and Renewal Update
Learn more about current major construction, renewal and repair projects happening at Drexel University.
Illustration shows 1 out of 100 people highlighted Nearly 99% of Autistic Adults Not Receiving Public Employment Services in the U.S.
From 2008-16 an estimated 1.98 million autistic adults — or 99%, of those who likely needed employment services — did not receive support through Medicaid or Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, a new study from Drexel University’s A.J. Drexel Autism Institute finds.
"How Does it Work? Drexel University Libraries" and a picture in a hexagon of a student in a wooden desk and chair area with a laptop. How Does it Work?: Drexel Libraries for Student Success
Leadership from Drexel Libraries explained how students can take advantage of all that DUL has to offer.
"How Does it Work? Drexel University Libraries" and a picture in a hexagon of a stack of bookcases. How Does it Work?: Drexel Libraries for Faculty and Professional Staff
Leadership from Drexel University Libraries explained how faculty and professional staff can take advantage of all that DUL has to offer.
Drexel Announces First Cohort of Innovation Fund Investments
Drexel University has selected the first Drexel-affiliated startups to receive support from its Innovation Fund. GrowFlux, an agricultural lighting technology startup, and SusMax, which produces lightweight aggregate construction material, will each receive $150,000 investments from the Fund, which was established in January.