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  • What You Can Find in the Atwater Kent Collection's New Online Portal

    March 23, 2023

    There's everything from a mid-18th century stone distance marker to a mid-19th century coverlet given to an abolitionist imprisoned for helping to free slaves to a mid-20th century sieve originally used by Drexel's chemical and biological engineering departments.

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  • Drexel’s Environmental Collaboratory Receives Waverly Street Foundation National Climate Hub Grant

    March 23, 2023

    Drexel University’s Environmental Collaboratory received a Climate Hubs Learning Partner grant from the Waverly Street Foundation to support its work in community-based climate solutions. The $2 million grant will fund resources to bring together faculty, professional staff, students, industry partners and the public sector to pursue transdisciplinary, community-driven solutions to environmental problems.

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    ELATES Wins 2023 ACE State Network Leadership Award

    March 16, 2023

    The Executive Leadership in Academic Technology, Engineering and Science (ELATES) program at Drexel University has been awarded the 2023 ACE State Network Leadership award. The ACE State Network Leadership Award recognizes an outstanding and innovative program sponsored by an ACE State Network or by a college or university that helps advance or support women or women’s issues in higher education. 

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  • Dragons on Fire: Kudos for Student Achievements

    March 09, 2023

    Students have earned scholarships and fellowships and received awards in the last term.

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    New Course Introduces First-Year Students to Growing Field of Cell & Gene Therapy

    March 07, 2023

    Kara Spiller, PhD, professor in the School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems, has designed a new interdisciplinary course to introduce first-year students to cell and gene therapy, the science behind it and other aspects of this emerging area of the life sciences industry that is playing an increasing role at Drexel.

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