Nat Kaemmerer

Internal communications associate

Nat Kaemmerer is the staff writer for DrexelNow and contributes to Drexel Magazine and Exel Magazine. She joined the University Communications team in June 2022 and covers student life. Nat previously worked for the Longboat Observer, a hyperlocal weekly paper near Sarasota, Florida, as the community reporter, but traded in sunburns and snowbird traffic for Philadelphia. She graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia’s journalism school in 2019 with a Bachelor of Journalism degree. As of June 2022, it’s her first time not living in Missouri or Florida. When Nat isn’t working, she’s running, watching or reading something Star Wars or finding a sunny spot somewhere. 


Donated clothes and furniture Too Good to Go Program Cuts Down on Move-out Trash on Drexel’s Campus
One student started the program, which will help reduce waste created during move-out by donating items students leave behind.
Red background with GOLDNHR graphic about event at 6 p.m. on May 23 GOLDNHR Shines a Light on AAPI Music Professionals
Three Drexel students formed a group that will help build community and provide mentors for Asian American and Pacific Islander students in the music industry.
Blue background with Late Night Series performers On the Dragon Bandwagon: Late Night Series
Check out the open-mic night hosted weekly by music industry and entertainment arts management students.
Sheepshead fish in a jar Three Facts From Drexel's EarthFest
Environmentally minded organizations from Drexel and the community set up tables for EarthFest to share their missions and a few fun facts, like about a fish who can walk on land.
AAAS Attendees at the Drexel booth Drexel Students, Research Community Made Their Mark on 2023 AAAS Meeting
Drexel University sponsored the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting for the first time, and students took home 44 percent of the poster competition awards.
Civic Influencers holding event at Dragon Statue on starry blue background Civic Influencers at Drexel Don't Take a Year off in Democracy
The next Philadelphia election is May 16, and these tips and resources recommended by civically engaged and politically knowledgeable people at Drexel can help you get prepared.
James McKinney leads a songwriting workshop Drexel Students Write Songs About Biodiversity for ‘Anthems for the Anthropocene’ Contest
Anyone with a Drexel email can cast a vote for their favorite song from April 17–20, and the winner will be announced at the Academy of Natural Sciences’ Earth Day Celebration on April 21.
President John Fry and Truman Scholar Sky Harper Sky Harper Becomes Drexel's Second-Ever Truman Scholar, First-Ever Triple Crown 
Harper, chemistry ’24 adds the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship to a resume that already includes the Udall Undergraduate Scholarship and Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship.

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MXene Major MXene Conference Comes to Drexel
Second international MXene conference will bring together leading players in materials science.