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. 


Alyssa Kemp Alyssa Kemp Named as 2024 Truman Scholar
Kemp, BS/MS environmental engineering ’25, plans to use the funding from the highly competitive national scholarship to pursue a JD degree in environmental and energy law.
WBB CAA champioship Drexel Women’s Basketball Reflects on a Season of Madness
The Dragons were only ranked seventh in the Coastal Athletic Association conference tournament but used their late-season momentum to win and propel themselves to March Madness.
2021 launch workshop, with Mumu Fresh Express Your Thoughts About Climate Change in the Anthems for the Anthropocene Contest
The third annual songwriting contest is a great opportunity for new and experienced musicians to think creatively about the global issue.
Amy Bevins How the Student Life Case Manager Can Help Students
Amy Bevins started in the new role in January and has been focusing on helping students find resources they need for basic needs, financial issues and more.
People waiting to vote Drexel University Won’t Hold Classes on Election Day
On Nov. 5, students will have the day off to allow time to cast a ballot.
Cop28 Students, Faculty Represent Drexel University at COP28 Through Dialogue and Research
Over two weeks, 11 community members traveled to Dubai to engage in talk of climate solutions.
Homecoming banner in Drexel Main Building Drexel University’s 2024 Homecoming Kicks Off Jan. 19
There are many events happening over the weekend, culminating in the men’s basketball team playing their rival, the University of Delaware, on Jan. 20.
Sword Experience 'Highlander' Adrian Paul to Teach Sword Experience Event at Drexel University 
Paul partnered with the student organization Drexel Dragon Jedi to bring his sword expertise to Philadelphia over a weekend in January during an event that will be open to the public.

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