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Drexel Launches College of Computing & Informatics

Drexel University President John A. Fry announced today that the University will create a new College of Computing and Informatics. The College will combine the strengths and assets of Drexel’s many existing undergraduate, graduate and professional computing and informatics programs. It will begin enrolling new students in the Fall of 2014.
nvigor founders

iSchool Duo Helps Startup Students on a Shoestring Conserve While They Learn

Abhiroop Das and Dias Gotama came up with the concept for nvigor, a nonprofit company that works to fuel the Philadelphia student tech and entrepreneurship scene.

Drexel DC Office

Drexel Hosts Grand Opening of New Office in Washington, D.C.

On Thursday, May 30, Drexel will host a grand opening celebration for a new office in Washington, D.C. that will serve as a multifunctional academic and outreach center for the University and its online subsidiary Drexel University Online.
Rachel Magee

Texas Transplant Chooses Drexel for its iSchool, Student Diversity and 'Progressive Way of Thinking'

Born-and-raised Texan and doctoral student Rachel Magee said she chose Drexel because of its iSchool, a diversity among the students and the progressive way of thinking about information and technology.

Vanessa Morris

What I’m Reading: Vanessa Morris

Vanessa Irvin Morris, an assistant teaching professor of library and information science, said she’s been waiting for answers from author Sister Souljah for over a decade. Now, after reading Souljah’s A Deeper Love Inside: The Porsche Santiaga Story, she finally has the answers she’s been waiting for.       

Lisl Zach

What I'm Reading: Lisl Zach

Lisl Zach, an associate teaching professor at the iSchool, College of Information Science and Technology, specializes in how people use information. She’s also interested the experience one gets out of reading a physical book versus accessing information digitally. It’s no wonder, then, that she chose a book on this very topic, How the Page Matters, written by a colleague from the University of Illinois, Bonnie Mak.
Danuta Nitecki

Q&A with Danuta Nitecki: The Future of Libraries

DrexelNow spoke with Dean of Libraries Danuta Nitecki on the role of libraries at Drexel University and in the academic enterprise.