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All In The News tagged "HuffPost"
Scholly, a scholarship app created by Christopher Gray, an undergraduate student in the LeBow College of Business and the Close School of Entrepreneurship, was mentioned in a Feb. 26 Huffington Post profile about the app’s developer and CTO Nick Pirollo, a Drexel alumnus.
The Close School of Entrepreneurship was mentioned in a Feb. 19 Huffington Post article about Drexel alumnus and entrepreneur Skyler Logsdon.
Marc Vetri, a chef and restaurateur who is an adjunct professor in Drexel’s Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, authored a Jan. 27 Huffington Post article about the current state of food journalism. Philly.com’s “The Insider” blog and Philadelphia magazine’s “Foobooz” blog commented on the article in Jan. 27 posts.
Ellen Staurowksy, EdD, a professor in the Center for Hospitality and Sport Management, wrote an opinion piece for the Huffington Post on Jan. 20 about paying college football players.
Vision 2020, housed in the Institute of Women’s Health and Leadership in the College of Medicine, was mentioned in a Jan. 20 Huffington Post article as an example of a group encouraging companies to do a better job of gender equality.
Christopher Gray, an undergraduate student in the LeBow College of Business and Close School of Entrepreneurship, offered startup advice in a Jan. 20 Huffington Post article.
Gabrielle Reid, a student in the Kline School of Law, was quoted in a Dec. 2 Huffington Post article about World AIDS Day.
Drexel was mentioned in a Nov. 12 Huffington Post article for hosting a workshop by the American Academy on Communication in Healthcare.
Tamanna Chawla and Tarika Chawla, two seniors in the College of Computing and Informatics, were mentioned in a Nov. 13 Huffington Post article about fighting malaria with code.
Drexel’s partnership with the Congo Basin Institute was mentioned in a Nov. 8 Huffington Post story about the effects of “brain drain” in Central Africa.
Anil Kalhan, an associate professor of law in the Kline School of Law, authored an Oct. 15 Huffington Post article about stop-and-frisk reform.