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Study: Gender Pay Gaps in Nonprofits Are Even Greater When There Is Room for Salary Negotiations

With increased media attention and political campaigns focusing on the gender pay gap, the fact that women — on average — are paid less than men, has become an important public discussion. While much of the focus has been on the corporate sector, a new study that looked at executive compensation at nonprofit organizations found that women earn 8.9% less than men with the gap becoming greater when there is room for salary negotiations.

Drexel University's two Curtis Halls.

Drexel’s Two Curtis Halls

Drexel’s Two Curtis Halls. What’s it like to share a name with a building on campus? DrexelNow talked about the funny coincidence to Curtis Hall, an associate accounting professor in the LeBow College of Business.
The new Frozen Horchata from Saxbys was created for Drexel's Class of 2018 and will be available at the two Saxbys locations on the University City Campus. Photo courtesy Saxbys.

Saxbys Creates One-of-a-Kind Drink for Drexel Seniors

In honor of the Drexel University Class of 2018’s upcoming graduation, Saxbys designed a special iced beverage for the graduating seniors.
The conference room at Drucker & Scaccetti's Center City office features a painting of Drexel's campus. Employees of all levels, including interns, are Drexel Dragons.

Who’s Hiring? Drucker & Scaccetti

Philadelphia accounting firm Drucker & Scaccetti hires Drexel co-ops on a special winter/spring co-op cycle, rewarding them handsomely with hands-on intensive experience and a generous salary. Another benefit: lots of free catered meals during tax season.

Drexel alum Rich McCracken, retiring from job he began a co-op for 43 years ago.

From Co-op to Retirement: How Drexel Helped Launch a 43-Year Career

When he began his co-op with Ametek Inc. in 1971, Rich McCracken could never have known that he would be retiring from the same company 43 years later. He spoke with DrexelNow about the value of the co-op program which helped start his career.