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Last week, the Supreme Court handed down its latest decision on the topic of affirmative action in college admissions, ruling 6-2 that voters can ban state colleges and universities from using race as a factor in admitting students. André Carrington was paying close attention.
In 2010, Drexel announced a new scholarship program: the Drexel Liberty Scholars. The University began awarding 50 full-ride scholarships each year to academically talented Philadelphia high school students from low-income families. In June, 16 of those students will graduate from Drexel, the first class to do so.
The United States needs more science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers. And Drexel has a wealth of bright students studying in those same fields. Now, a new program will connect Drexel’s strength with the nation’s need.
Every weekend during the fall and spring, members of the Drexel Sailing Team pile into their cars and head to competitions up and down the East Coast, from Connecticut to Virginia. It’s a lot of travel, but that’s nothing compared to the team’s next trip.
Social anxiety disorder is one of the most common psychiatric disorders. But only one in five people who have the condition actually receive treatment for it. Marina Gershkovich may have a solution to that problem.
If you grew up in the United States or any developed country during the past century, you probably didn’t spend much time worrying about typhoid fever. And for that, you can thank physician John L. Leal and sanitary engineer George Warren Fuller.
If you perform well in your job, it stands to reason that you may be promoted to a management role. But that means that you’ll no longer be doing your old job, that one you were so good at. Being a boss may be a different job entirely.
Nonprofit organizations often have many needs: Funding. Space. Volunteers. But how about an editor?
Ever had an idea for how to make things run more smoothly and efficiently at Drexel? Well, now's the time to share it.
Several African-American pioneers passed through Drexel, and an effort to achieve diversity and inclusion continues today.
Drexel students now have the opportunity to tackle the issues of modern urban living using their research ideas, as part of their course of study.
If there’s a time during college when you feel overwhelmed, inadequate or out of hope, that doesn’t make you weak. It makes you normal. And Drexel offers resources that can help.