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Camile Holzbauer, a third-year product design major, created this photo for her one-minute sculpture project.

Pandemic-Era Sculpture I Class Makes Use of the Mundane

Though COVID-19 has inhibited access to the studio space and materials they’re used to, Sculpture I students and faculty are working well (remotely) with what they have at their disposal.
The Disaster Simulation lab is a required rite of passage for all of Drexel’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students, and is a key component of the class titled “Population Health Concepts.” It simulates the worst-case, yet realistic scenarios that nurses might come across in their career.

Disaster Simulation Lab Helps Drexel Nursing Students Prepare for the Worst-Case Scenarios

The College of Nursing and Health Professions puts a lot of resources and manpower into making sure that senior nursing students know how to tackle a “really bad day” through required simulation lab nestled in “Population Health Concepts” class.

Kasey Manwaring, owner of GoalsFit, a personal training studio in Manayunk, does a pre- and post-class workout with the ENTP 225 students.

Mindfulness and Well Being Class Teaches Mandatory Life Lessons on Happiness

Drexel’s Charles D. Close School of Entrepreneurship has launched a new “Mindfulness and Well Being” course, or ENTP 225, that is now mandatory for second-year entrepreneurship students. But both faculty and current pupils see the class’ potential for student-body-wide benefit.
Produce and herbs from the garden also find their way into the culinary courses taught at and menu items served by Drexel's Academic Bistro.

Kitchen Garden Class Promotes Diversity, Sustainability and Getting Your Hands Dirty

CULA 426 and related sections of the Kitchen Garden class taught through the Center for Food & Hospitality Management gives students from all majors the chance to learn about gardening and environmental stewardship.
Students observe sun spots during PHYS 131.

Intro to Astronomy Class Provides Innovative, Interpersonal Ways to Discover the Cosmos

PHYS 131 is Drexel’s introductory course to Astronomy open to all majors, and faculty may soon pilot a video game class to further pique student interest in the subject.
Shaina McGeth presenting in EAM 365.

Entertainment & Arts Management Class Invites All Students to Explore Their Media Obsessions

EAM 365 — titled “The Entertainment & Media Business” — offers students from all majors the chance to explore business trends within a diverse array of entertainment mediums.
Wine and Spirits Day in the Class.

Wine and Spirits Class Helps Seniors to Palate Esoteric Subject

HRM 435 is a wine and spirits class open to all Drexel University students of-age, and introduces the wine regions and flavors of the world.



Students preparing for teaching in ESTM 201.

STEM Majors: Take This Course and Find Out if Teaching Could be in Your Future

“ESTM 201” — also known as “Step 1” of Drexel University’s DragonsTeach program — gives STEM majors instruction and experience teaching in the Philadelphia School District.



SPAN 440 class.

Students Find ‘Sanctuaries’ of Cultural Experience, Learning through Spanish-language Global Studies Class 

SPAN 440 — a Spanish-language course aimed at introducing students to the meaning of “sanctuaries” — was built to offer unique experiences and context to one of today’s most-pressing controversies surrounding immigration.

Fraser Fleming, PhD, head of the chemistry department in the College of Arts and Sciences, teaching the course.

A Creative Approach to Teaching Creativity, Interdisciplinary Teamwork for Graduate Students

Two Drexel University faculty members from different disciplines have come together to provide a unique opportunity for graduate students: learn how to flex their creative muscles.

Students in BIO 213

Biology Class Builds Research Skills, Autonomy in Underclassmen

Freshmen and sophomore biology students at Drexel can take the elective BIO 213, which introduces them to independent, novel research and a hands-on learning opportunity working with fruit flies.

ARTH 150 class at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Handle With Care: Course Takes Drexel Students Behind The Scenes at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

ARTH 150, Research Methods in Art History, offered through Drexel University’s Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, enables art history students to get up close and personal with objects from the PMA collection.