Sarah Greenblatt

Assistant Director of Publications and Senior Writer
Sarah Greenblatt is an award-winning journalist and communications professional who spent more than a decade covering higher education, health care and other topics for daily newspapers in New Jersey. She writes and edits articles for University magazines and assists with additional publications, including the annual president's report and commencement books.

Articles

Yuri Gogotsi A Scientist Stands with Ukraine
Yury Gogotsi is devoting time and his remarkable talent to aid his colleagues in war-torn Ukraine.
Abieyuwa Aghayere Engineering Professor's Expertise Fuels Journalism Award 
The collapse of a condominium tower in South Florida put College of Engineering Professor Abieyuwa Aghayere on a path to teach an unexpected cohort of “students.”
Monkeypox vaccine What You Need to Know About Monkeypox
Drexel College of Medicine physician Amy Althoff and chief wellness officer and senior vice provost for community health Marla Gold shared what the Philadelphia community needs to know about monkeypox.
Professor Sorin Siegler Medical Device Firm Supports Doctoral Students’ Research
Aiming to improve upon a Drexel professor’s invention that upended 70 years of anatomical misunderstanding, two doctoral students are conducting research, with support from a North Carolina-based medical device maker.
Pitching his AI-driven marketing app at Startup Fest 2021 presented fourth-year student Basil Khan with a chance to help entrepreneurs everywhere. StartUp Fest: A Win for the Entrepreneurial Community
Pitching his AI-driven marketing app at StartUp Fest 2021 presented fourth-year student Basil Khan with a chance to help entrepreneurs everywhere.
The Center for Law, Policy, and Social Action is now a part of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law. Kline School of Law Opens Center for Law, Policy, and Social Action
The Kline School of Law launched the Center for Law, Policy, and Social Action to help Dragons and community members become informed, effective advocates for policy innovation.
Zac Kline, ’12 (Law), Tom Kline, Duquesne President Ken Gormley, Dan Filler toast to celebrate the path-breaking announcement. Law School Benefactor Tom Kline Gives Alma Mater a Historic and Path-Breaking Gift
Less than three years after giving Drexel University an unprecedented $50 million gift, law school benefactor Thomas R. Kline provided a historic donation to his alma mater, Duquesne University School of Law.