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"Dragon's Breath" pints in the freezer at the Franklin Ice Cream Bar. Photo credit: The Franklin Fountain.

Drexel Ice Cream Now Available at Franklin Fountain

The student-designed “Dragon’s Breath” ice cream flavor will now be available for purchase at the Old City ice cream parlor.
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Drexel University and Johns Hopkins University Announce Unique Study of Therapeutics Arts Using Virtual Reality

A shared research interest in the applications of creative expression and creative arts therapies at Drexel University's College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP) and Johns Hopkins University's International Arts + Mind (IAM) Lab has shaped a new collaboration between the two universities. Built on the collective values of applied and translational research linking the creative arts and brain sciences, researchers from CNHP and IAM Lab will work together on a new creative arts therapies project that utilizes virtual reality.
"Dragon's Breath," which was developed by Drexel student Nora Vaughan, will be distributed by Franklin Fountain in April.

Free Drexel Ice Cream for Dragons on April 10

One student’s winning flavor in a Franklin Fountain University-themed ice cream contest will be distributed for free to 500 Drexel faculty, staff and students.
DrexelNow got together three Drexel University teaching assistants from different disciplines and background experiences for a roundtable discussion.

TA Tell-All: Three Drexel Teaching Assistants’ Thoughts on Working with Students, Faculty and Each Other

DrexelNow got together three Drexel University teaching assistants from different disciplines and background experiences, along with a knowledgeable moderator, for a roundtable discussion about their most notable experiences, techniques and suggestions for improvement.
The Dornsife School of Public Health was one of the Drexel University schools and colleges recognized in the newest list of graduate school programs published by 'U.S. News & World Report.'

Drexel Advances in ‘U.S. News’ Best Graduate Schools Rankings

In the newest list of top graduate school programs from 'U.S. News & World Report,' several Drexel colleges and schools made gains in the national rankings.
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Merck Chairman and CEO Kenneth Frazier to Speak at Drexel’s 2019 Commencement

Merck & Co., Inc. Chairman and CEO Kenneth C. Frazier will address the class of 2019 at Drexel’s University-wide commencement ceremony on June 14. In what has become a Drexel tradition, the University will once again hold its University-wide ceremony at Citizens Bank Park. Frazier’s contributions in the business, legal and humanitarian fields are especially notable.

9 Empowerment Tips for Drexel Students

9 Empowerment Tips for Drexel Students

Female deans from Drexel University will soon gather to discuss professional and emotional empowerment at the Dean’s Panel during the Women’s Empowerment Summit hosted by the Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship March 7–8. In advance, DrexelNow asked them each to share their one key empowerment tip for students.
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Drexel Study: 'Hospitals Spend a Lot of Money to Convey the Same Message'

The Philadelphia region has one of the highest concentrations of hospital services in the U.S. Yet, the print advertising themes for these hospitals lack variation, according to a study conducted by two health administration researchers at Drexel University.
The student-designed ice cream and the rubric used to grade them. From left to right: "Dragon's Breath," "Fire Breathing Dragon" (in waffle bowl) and "Blue(berry) and Gold."

Franklin Fountain Hosts Drexel-Themed Ice Cream Contest

Culinary students from Drexel’s Center for Food & Hospitality Management developed ice cream flavors inspired by the University to be sold at local ice cream parlor Franklin Fountain.
Five students from the Center for Food and Hospitality Management created, and ate, their own sushi at a special demonstration.

One Way to Destress From Midterms? Making Sushi

During week five of the winter term, Drexel’s Center for Food and Hospitality Management hosted a sushi workshop for students to take a break and make (and eat!) sushi.
The Center for Food & Hospitality Management along with the Office of Veteran Student Services held a Veteran’s Lunch in the Academic Bistro in November 2018.

Drexel’s $12, Three-Course Meal is Back

The Academic Bistro is reopening this winter 2019 term to offer the best dining deal on Drexel’s University City Campus.
Faculty Highlights

Faculty Highlights: Grants and Awards From Fall 2018

This update reflects the sponsored research and major gifts, honors and recognition that were recently received by faculty at Drexel University.