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Heard Around Campus

Heard Around Campus — September

Keep up with required enterprise learning and performance development, and learn more about on-campus eating, outdoor events and a new greenhouse.
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Q&A: Mental Health, Family and Financial Resources Available for Drexel Employees

Through the University’s EAP provider, University employees can access work-life specialists, counseling and other services that are mostly all free and can also be used by their household.
A screenshot of participants at the Sept. 17 event.

In Advance of the Return to Work on Campus, Drexel University Leaders Hold Faculty and Professional Staff Town Hall

On Sept. 17, faculty and professional staff were invited to hear information and have questions answered related to current policies and procedures used to ensure a safe return to in-person activity on campus for all Dragons.
Graphic of cars in parking lot.

Drexel Fall 2021 Employee Parking Permits Released

Faculty and professional staff have a variety of options and rates to choose from to park on University City Campus and Queen Lane Campus.
A slide from the "Towards an Anti-Racist University" roundtable presentation.

Recap: Towards an Anti-Racist University Virtual Roundtable

Senior leaders discussed the University’s anti-racism efforts from the past year, including updates from the work of the Anti-Racism Task Force, with faculty and professional staff at an online event.
Dragons on the University City Campus in the spring of 2021. Photo credit: Jeff Fusco.

Town Hall Recap: Implementing Drexel’s 2020–2030 Strategic Plan

On June 21, University leaders provided an update on the current status of how faculty and professional staff are taking steps to execute the strategic plan — and how they can still get involved.
Sheena Coleman, 40, of Powelton Village, received her first dose of the Pfizer vaccine at a walk-up clinic at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships on May 27.

Dragons Unite to Bring Vaccines, Resources to the Surrounding West Philadelphia Community

Drexel University faculty, staff, students and community partners, along with Sunray Pharmacy, have come together to put on weekly COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships in Powelton Village.



The renovated greenhouse space. Photo credit: Scott Dunham.

Drexel Opens Community Greenhouse in Stratton Hall

Students, faculty and professional staff can sign up to grow plants on campus, with the University providing everything but the seeds for use.
A work from home desk set-up.

Drexel Pilots Expanded Flexible-Work Arrangements

Five academic and four administrative units are participating in a pilot project to test the viability of widening the University’s existing Flexible Work Arrangement Policy.
Kymberlee Montgomery, DNP, a clinical professor of nursing and senior associate dean of nursing and student affairs, administers Pfizer vaccines at an April 19 vaccination clinic at Drexel University.

Drexel Vaccine Clinics Offer Dragons A Shot of Post-Pandemic Hope

On April 19, more than 1,000 Dragons received their first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at one of many Drexel University-sponsored and Sunray Pharmacy-operated clinics for employees and students.


A screenshot of participants in the March 10 event.

More Faculty and Professional Staff COVID-19 Questions, Answered

In two Q&As held last week, University leaders discussed topics like vaccinations, phased return and ventilation in office spaces.
A screenshot of participants in the Feb. 25 event.

Faculty and Professional Staff COVID-19 Questions, Answered

Members of the Return Oversight Committee virtually answered submitted questions related to working from home, vaccine access, campus operations and safety and more.