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Results from a February survey shows widespread agreement that Drexel’s ties to the city, co-op and employers belong at the heart of Drexel’s 2020-2030 Strategic Plan, now set for release later this year.

Drexel Researchers Receive Funding for Racial Equity Projects

Just over $100,000 was awarded to 22 faculty and professional staff through Drexel's Rapid Response Research & Development Fund.
A cross-curricular group of recent Drexel graduates created “Resilience,” an award-winning socially conscious city builder computer game that teaches players about the refugee crisis while aiming to foster empathy and action.

Drexel Senior Capstone Gamifies the Refugee Crisis for Good

A cross-curricular group of recent Drexel graduates created “Resilience,” an award-winning socially conscious city builder computer game that teaches players about the refugee crisis while aiming to foster empathy and action.

An image from Hannah Beier's "Time Apart" photo essay published in TIME magazine.

Three Drexel Student Projects Making a Difference During COVID-19

Whether documenting, advising or keeping communities connected, these senior projects showcased how the Dragon spirit for helping others continued on through the pandemic.

A mosaic created by the Drexel University College of Computing & Informatics featuring their 2020 graduates.

Drexel’s College-level Commencement Ceremonies Go Virtual

Though forced to celebrate from afar this year, the University’s colleges and schools created diverse, robust and meaningful virtual celebrations for their 2020 graduates.

Drexel's Class of 2020 is an historic one. Here are their thoughts during graduation week.

20 Thoughts from the Drexel University Class of 2020

The Class of 2020 is an historic one. Here are their thoughts during graduation week.

Mir Ahmed Leghari, a first-year finance student, finds solace while writing in solace in Caneris Hall this term.

The New Normal: Stories of Drexel Students Living on Campus During COVID-19

Sixty-five Dragons appealed for University Housing this term, and are sheltering on campus while most of the rest of the Drexel community is at home. Three students discuss their circumstances, new routines and hopes for the future.
American race walker Miranda Melville competing in the 2016 Olympic Games. Photo credit: Jeff Salvage.

Going for a Walk? Try Race Walking!

If you’re safely able to take a stroll outside, try race walking to add some extra exercise to your time outdoors.
To help cope with this transition to a fully online curriculum this spring term, some of Drexel University Online’s top students provided their online learning hacks and best practices.

Online Learning Tips From Your Fellow Dragons

Some Drexel University students will take their first online class this spring as the curriculum goes virtual in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. To help cope with this transition, some of Drexel’s top online students provided their online learning hacks and best practices.
Research and development in science and technology

Drexel University Collaborates with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia on New Academic Alliance 

Drexel University has entered into a new alliance to expand its academic and research partnership with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). 

Drexel University-based startup VyB Technologies LLC, was selected to present at CES’s Eureka Park alongside 1200-plus innovative startups from 43 countries around the world.

How to Present at an Industry Conference

Adit Gupta, who graduated from Drexel in 2019 and is currently a computer science PhD student in the College of Computing & Informatics, provides a play-by-play on how his team from VyB Technologies LLC prepared to present at the Consumer Technology Association’s annual conference earlier this month, and what they took away from the experience.

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.
Drexel Dragons participating in the Philadelphia Veterans Parade in 2018.

Drexel Celebrates a Decade in the Yellow-Ribbon Program

The University was one of the first colleges to participate in the government’s tuition program for post-9/11 veterans since 2009 — and it’s still one of the few to offer unlimited spaces to student-veterans every year.