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Coronavirus-related Cancellations and Changes on Drexel’s Campus

Coronavirus-related Cancellations and Changes on Drexel’s Campus

The latest information on what Dragons preparing to stay on campus or use campus services should know about, in terms of events, dining services and other updates.
The Drexel delegation hiked to the Bioko program's research site on a beach monitoring marine turtles’ nesting grounds. Photo credit: Scott Cooper.

In Equatorial Guinea, Drexel Leaders Deepen Longstanding Research Partnership

A delegation led by President John Fry traveled to the African nation to further the University’s commitment to its Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program.
Drexel supporters have carried the University’s most ambitious fundraising campaign past its three-quarter mark.

$600 Million Milestone Surpassed by The Campaign for Drexel

Drexel supporters have carried the University’s most ambitious fundraising campaign past its three-quarter mark.
This series aims to highlight the ideas and initiatives of the Academy of Natural Sciences at Drexel University’s Small Actions Spark Big Changes campaign in actionable ways for Drexel University students.

Earth Day, Every Day: Talking Climate Change With Your Peers

Healthy debate and discourse are at the center of most undergraduate students’ lifestyles, but it may be hard to have a conversation with peers about climate change. Two activist students weigh in on how to ease the burden.
The top Drexel stories of the year.

Top Drexel Stories of 2019

Here’s a look back on what happened at the University this year and the Dragons who were involved with some of the biggest news and events that had impacted campus and society as a whole.
Heard Around Campus

Heard Around Campus — August

This month’s installments offers information about the end of the 2018–2019 academic year and how employees can sign up for the Supervisory Certificate Program, Peer Ambassador Program and the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentorship program.
Cows Graze by the Delaware Watershed

Are We Really Protecting Rivers and Streams From Pollution? It’s Hard to Say, And That’s a Problem. 

More public and private resources than ever are being directed to protecting and preserving aquatic ecosystems and watersheds. Whether mandated for land development, farming or in response to the growing severity and number of natural disasters – scientists from the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University found evidence that decades of watershed restoration and mitigation projects have taken place, but their impact is mostly perceived; data is relatively undocumented — or simply missing.


BEES students seining for fish in Barnegat Bay, New Jersey. Photo credit: Richard J. Horwitz.

New Exhibit Explores the Best of the BEES

The Drexel Collection’s new show is centered around the educational and professional opportunities made available by the Department of Biodiversity, Earth and Environmental Science.
A group of students, teachers and family members pose for pictures at the Dec. 8 event at Drexel's ExCITe Center.

West Philadelphia Kids Become Philly Scientists With Drexel Biodiversity Project

A project led by the School of Education helped children from schools in Mantua, Powelton and West Philadelphia learn more about the biodiversity of their neighborhoods.
Top stories 2018

Top Drexel Stories of 2018

2018 was a big year for Drexel University. Thanks to DrexelNow, you can relive the year's top stories concerning faculty, staff and students who were involved with some of the biggest news and events on and off campus.
Gelato at Capogiro. Photo credit: jpellgen (@1179_jp) on Flickr.

10 Foodie Finds Near the Academy of Natural Sciences

Dragons at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University have plenty of options to enjoy warm comfort food on a cold day near the historic museum.
Pakims Pond

Research Finds NJ Numerical Nutrient Criterion Used to Protect Streams is Too High 

A new way of measuring the relative habitability of freshwater environments for fish and aquatic insects suggests that New Jersey’s water monitoring and treatment standards could use a boost.