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Grace Zaborski, an environmental studies and sustainability major in the College of Arts and Sciences, models the "Ghostbusters" Proton Pack made for the “Theatre Production” course taught by Mandell Theater Technical Director Chris Totora.

How did Drexel Adapt Courses for Remote Teaching and Learning This Spring?

The classroom experience was different this term, but faculty found creative and innovative ways to translate the physical learning environment digitally for students, with the help of colleagues and professional staff members from across the University.
Heard Around Campus

Heard Around Campus — April

In this roundup of Drexel events and news, you can learn about professional and personal opportunities available through the University, including the inaugural Director of the Teaching and Learning Center and a last call to register for the 2018 Eagles Autism Challenge.
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Five Little Known Facts: Drexel University Libraries

There’s a lot about the Drexel University Libraries — and libraries in general — that Drexel students may have misconceptions about.

Drexel's University Archivist Matthew Lyons.

Q&A: Matthew Lyons, Drexel's Newest University Archivist

University Archivist Matthew Lyons talked about what it was like joining Drexel University Libraries right in the middle of the University’s 125th anniversary year — and what he's doing to help preserve the present for Drexel's future.
Sarah Rich, coordinator in administrative services, and Gary Childs, liaison librarian for the nursing and health professions, with their recommendations.

Drexel Picks for Binge-Worthy Books and Television Programs

It can get pretty hot and humid in Philadelphia in the summer — here’s how to take cover with a good binge session with a book or television show.
The Drexel authors and editors at this year's Celebrating Drexel Authors event.

More Drexel Authors Recognized Than Ever at 2017 Annual Event

This year marks the fifth time that Drexel authors have been celebrated in a ceremony highlighting their remarkable achievements in publishing.
Mark Greenberg, PhD, left, former provost and senior vice president of academic affairs, pictured with Scott Gabriel Knowles, PhD, interim department head and associate professor in the College of Arts and Sciences, during a discussion for the free public lecture series last term.

Drexel Anniversary Public Lectures Announced for Spring

Drexel’s free public lecture series will continue to highlight the University’s 125th anniversary year when the series starts up again this spring term.
A sampling of the memorabilia stored in the cornerstone box found in the Korman Center that is now being stored in University Archives.

Historic 1959 Cornerstone Box Unearthed During Korman Renovations

A bundle of historic documents and items dating back to the late 1950s was recently found in the cornerstone of the Korman Center during construction.
Obinna Otti demonstrates some pieces from the Tech Lending Library at the March 24 Collaboratory.

Tech Lending Library Painlessly Handles the Cutting Edge

Faced with a constant barrage of new technologies, untangling the wires of this vast realm poses a continuous challenge for Drexel educators. Fortunately, the Tech Lending Library is here to help.

Celebrating Drexel Authors

Celebrating All Drexel Authors

For the fourth year, the Office of the Provost and Drexel Libraries highlighted the work of Drexel’s authors and editors. This year, for the first time, published students were honored along with faculty and staff.
Group photo of the honorees at the third annual Celebrating Drexel Authors event. By Jaci Downs Photography.

3rd Annual Celebration of Drexel Authors

For the third year, the work of the University’s authors and editors was highlighted by the Office of the Provost and Drexel Libraries.
Part of the new exhibit at W.W. Hagerty Library highlighting the role of young people during the civil rights movement in the 1950s and 1960s.

Civil Rights Exhibit at Hagerty Library Highlights Youth's Role

Using historic photographs and periodicals, a traveling exhibit at Drexel displays the efforts of young people during pivotal times in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.