At Drexel, students work together with world-class researchers and scholars to develop solutions for complex global challenges.
Together, they are generating groundbreaking discoveries in infectious diseases, advanced materials, smart textiles, and regenerative medicine, among many other fields. The work has global reach and real-world impact — Drexel faculty, professional staff, and students are working on all continents through partnerships with first-rate universities and research organizations around the world.
We continue to expand the scale of these opportunities through the University's Office of Global Engagement, placing a direct emphasis on developing and growing partnerships in support of students, co-ops, clinical placements, curriculum sharing, and research consortia.
The Urban Health Network for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC-Urban Health) brings together researchers, practitioners, and policy makers to improve health in the cities of Latin America and the Caribbean.
The Global Innovation Partnership (GIP) Program leverages and deepens these relationships to enhance and enrich our students’ educational global experiences. Our goal is to deepen these relationships through joint research initiatives, global classrooms, advance dual degrees and other meaningful partnerships that transcend boundaries.
The Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program (BBPP) is a research partnership between Drexel University and the Universidad Nacional de Guinea Equatorial (UNGE) in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.