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Kara Spiller, a Ph.D. student in the School of Biomedical Engineering headed to Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Kara Spiller, a Ph.D. student in the School of Biomedical Engineering under the advisement of Dr. Tony Lowman in Chemical and Biological Engineering is headed to Shanghai Jiao Tong.

Cooperative Education Programs in China

The Office of International Programs and the Steinbright Career Development Center (SCDC) hosted a group of 25 high-level administrators from Chinese universities at Drexel on June 2nd to learn about our unique cooperative education program.

Dr. Mary Jo Grdina, School of Education conducts workshops for high school teachers in India

Dr. Mary Jo Grdina, an associate professor in the School of Education of Drexel University, received an International Leadership in Education Program (IEP/ILEP) grant implemented through IREX.

Sebastian Oswald. First Graduate of the Dual Ph.D. Program with Ilmenau University, Germany

Dr. Oswald successfully finished his Ph.D. and started a new position as postdoctoral associate at MIT in Boston, Massachusetts.

Dr. Paul Oh, Associate Professor at Drexel's Mechanical Engineering Department

Paul Oh is an Associate Professor at Drexel's Mechanical Engineering Department. He received mechanical engineering degrees from McGill (B.Eng 1989), Seoul National (M.Sc 1992), and Columbia (PhD 1999).

Drexel students at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding

Two Drexel University Department of Biology students, Dane Ward & LeeAnn Haaf both students of the departments Environmental Science Program, will be leaving for Chengdu China early in April to continue studies on the Giant Panda.

Expanding our Cooperation at Shanghai Jiao Tong University - with Med-X Research Institute

The Med-X Research Institute at Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU), Shanghai, P. R. China, is a newly established institute that focuses on interdisciplinary research on medicine, engineering and physical sciences.

Visiting group of English language teachers from Iraq

On Friday, April 3, the English Language Center hosted a visiting group of English language teachers from Iraq.

Biomed Students travel around the world in 'Service to Humanity Program'

Alexa recently returned from a trip to La Estrella, a remote village in rural Costa Rica, where she volunteered alongside other young adults in an ongoing project to promote literacy and continuing education at an elementary school.

Zain Mahmood is currently in The Gambia, the smallest country in the African mainland.

Annual Student Conference on Global Challenges

Some of the biggest global challenges that we face today have to do with providing people with clean, safe, efficient, and affordable energy and promoting sustainable development.