Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

A man in a chef coat and black apron holds a piece of mozzarella up as a group of students in white coats observe.
In a first-of-its-kind course, Drexel students are learning about the science of making cheddar, mozzarella, chèvre, mascarpone and ricotta — and making and eating their own cheeses in the Department of Food & Hospitality Management.

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DeCarolis is frequently called upon by local and national media for her expertise in small business and new venture creation. She is the founding dean of Drexel's Close School of Entrepreneurship. Previously in the LeBow College of Business, she served as a associate dean for graduate programs, leading all graduate and corporate programs for the college. In her previous role as associate dean for strategic initiatives, DeCarolis was responsible for the oversight and strategic direction of the Centers of Excellence at the LeBow College of Business.

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