Emily Storz

News Manager


Dana Remus Will Address Kline School of Law Graduates at Commencement
Dana Remus, Esq., will address 2022 graduates of the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law at commencement on Monday, May 23, at the Kimmel Cultural Campus (300 S. Broad Street).
Leonard Pearlstein Gallery Artists’ Creations Address the Afflictions of U.S. Society in Drexel’s Spring Gallery Exhibition
The Leonard Pearlstein Gallery of Drexel University’s Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, will open an exhibition called Lastgaspism: Art and Survival in the Age of Pandemic on Thursday, March 31 – with a reception and book launch from 5-7 p.m.
Drexel’s Environmental Collaboratory Will Solve Environmental Problems With a Community-Driven and Justice-Centered Approach
Drexel University, in partnership with the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, has launched a new platform, The Environmental Collaboratory, focused on climate change, environmental justice and human wellbeing.
dampwood termite worker head capsule Termite Brains Can Grow in Anticipation of a Single Moment of Flight and Light
New research on dampwood termites shows select members of the colony will experience brain changes in anticipation of cognitive demand. Drexel researchers measured developmental differences in the relative sizes of visual processing brain regions, called optic lobes, among dampwood termite castes to test whether optic lobe investment matches caste differences in exposure to visually complex environments.
remote assistant The Future of Artificial Intelligence Requires the Guidance of Sociology

In the race to out-compete other companies– artificial intelligence (AI) design is lacking a deep understanding of what data about humans mean and its relation to equity. Two Drexel University sociologists suggest we pay greater attention to the societal impact of AI, as it is appearing more frequently than ever before.

Giant Panda Free-Roaming Dogs Prevent Giant Pandas from Thriving in the Wild

Before China declared giant pandas a protected species in 1962 – hunters in pursuit of the black and white bear used dogs to track them. Since then measures have been put in place to protect the vulnerable pandas, but more than half a century later, dogs are still jeopardizing their safety, according to a group of researchers that included Drexel’s James Spotila, PhD.

Pandemic in PA's Prisons New Report: Pandemic in PA’s Prisons Warns of a Looming Public Health Crisis
The spread of the virus in Pennsylvania’s correctional facilities is particularly likely and dangerous due to a confluence of systemic factors, which are documented in a recently released report, from legal scholars in the Andy and Gwen Stern Community Lawyering Clinic at Drexel University and the Amistad Law Project, titled Pandemic in PA’s Prisons.
autoimmune ‘But You Don’t Look Sick?’ How Broad Categories like Autoimmune Impact Patient Experience  
When your disease is hard to name and doesn’t have visible symptoms, it can be hard for others to understand that you are sick. And, when people don’t know much about your disease, it can be hard to explain it to family and friends.