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All News tagged "Q and A"

Amy Spiller

Here’s How Drexel’s Victim Services Coordinator Can Help You Rebuild After a Crime

Drexel’s Victims Services Coordinator works out of the Department of Public Safety and is ready to support and provide services for Dragons who are victims of crime.
Larry Krasner

Q&A: Drexel’s Anil Kalhan on Philadelphia DA Candidate Larry Krasner 

Larry Krasner won last week’s Democratic primary for Philadelphia district attorney on the back of a progressive platform and his status as an outsider to the prosecutor’s office. DrexelNow asked Anil Kalhan of the Thomas R. Kline School of Law what to expect if Krasner wins the general election.
M. Brian Blake

Q&A with Executive Vice President and Provost M. Brian Blake

With a résumé packed with impressive credentials in teaching, research and administration, plus a personal history steeped in experiential learning, new Drexel Executive Vice President and Provost M. Brian Blake is equipped to put Drexel’s academics and research on an ambitious path while enhancing the University’s stature as a co-op leader in higher education.
Stephen Mack, associate vice president of Procurement Services.

Q&A with Procurement's Stephen Mack

In every procurement job Stephen Mack has taken, he’s sought to bring the lesson learned at the start of his career to the world of higher education. At Drexel, Mack feels his ideas are finding a willing audience as he takes Procurement Services from a buying operation to one that shaves budget inefficiencies and even generates a little revenue.
Logo for A Fitter U Q&A with Joseph Giandonato.

A Fitter U Q&A: October 2015

Drexel’s resident fitness expert Joe Giandonato has answers for new questions posed by the Drexel community including queries about hydration during exercise and what to eat before working out.
Harris Steinberg, the executive director of the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation.

A Q&A with the Lindy Institute's Harris Steinberg

Harris Steinberg has a pedigree that proves he can take Drexel’s Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation from a “blank slate” to a force that helps form urban plans with community problem-solving in mind.
André Carrington, PhD, assistant professor of English at Drexel, helped organize an international conference on LGBT comics and the people who create them. Graphic by Bill Ezell.

Drexel Professor Behind International LGBT Comics Conference

A Drexel professor has helped organize a conference recognizing and celebrating the work of the LGBT comics community.
Nancy Songer, PhD, dean of the Drexel School of Education.

A Q&A With School of Education Dean Nancy Songer

Nancy Songer has big plans for the newly independent School of Education. Drawing on extensive experience helping Detroit improve its public schools, Songer hopes to establish new education initiatives in the Philly community.
Rainbow Flag during a Pride event. Photo by Jez Atkinson.

Indiana's Religious Freedom Act: A Q&A With David S. Cohen

Indiana’s new law, dubbed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, has come under fire from critics who say it enables discrimination of LGBTQA individuals. Kline School of Law Professor David S. Cohen answers question about what the law is and what it could mean.
Jordan McClain discusses "Serial"

"Serial" and Grim Media: A Q&A With Jordan McClain

Exploring a 1999 murder case, "Serial" is the latest installment of popular media dealing with "gritty" subject matter. A professor from the Department of Communication delves into the series' appeal and the popularity of dark subjects.
empty classroom

The Nation Needs More Teachers: A Q&A with the School of Ed Dean

In a landscape of slashed school budgets and teacher layoffs, pursuing a degree in education may seem like a big risk. But now, more than ever, the nation needs dedicated teachers in STEM, special education and urban education. It’s a good thing, then, says School of Education Dean Nancy Butler Songer, that Drexel specializes in exactly these areas.
Employee Ambassadors Program

What is the Drexel Employee Ambassador Program? A Q&A

DrexelNow spoke with Millicent Carvalho-Grevious, PhD, who oversees Drexel’s Employee Ambassador Program, to find out what the program is all about.