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The Drexel Fellowships Office supports students across the University in their applications for competitive, merit-based national and international fellowships. We raise campus-wide awareness of opportunities and directly help students create strong applications through intensive individual advising and support. Check out our resources for finding and applying for fellowships and learn more about how we work with students applying for our Core and Priority awards. Please explore our site and contact us with questions! 

The Fellowships Office works with external scholarships and fellowships only. Check our Drexel Contacts and Awards for more information about opportunities sponsored by Drexel University.

The Fellowships Team

Dr. Meredith Wooten

Meredith Wooten holds a Bachelor’s in Political Science from Bryn Mawr College and PhD in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining the Drexel Fellowships Office, Meredith taught political science at a range of area institutions, including Haverford College, Bryn Mawr College, and the University of Pennsylvania. Her background in academic advising and support includes nine years as a graduate fellow at the Penn Graduate Student Center, where she focused on PhD support programs and outreach efforts to students from non-traditional and underrepresented groups. Dr. Wooten focuses on advising students applying for major fellowships and research grants, as well as promoting research opportunities with faculty, students, and staff across the university.

Erin Drulis, M.S. Ed.
Fellowships Coordinator

Erin Drulis was born and raised in Central New Jersey and received a Bachelor’s in English, Secondary Education from The College of New Jersey and a M.S. Ed. in Higher Education from the University of Pennsylvania. Before joining the Drexel Fellowships Office, Erin was a Graduate Assistant at the Penn Tutoring Center and Graduate Student Center and taught high school English for four years, with a student-centered and project based approach to learning. She also brings considerable experience in volunteer management and program assistance for a non-profit organization, and was an interim leader of the Community House After School Academy at Princeton University. Erin is passionate about mentoring and helping students from all backgrounds reach for their academic and personal goals. Erin focuses on advising undergraduate students on preparing and applying for external awards and opportunities.  

Jennifer Lech, M.S.
Fellowships Advisor

Jennifer received her Bachelor's in Psychology and Spanish Linguistics from Gettysburg College and a MS in Social, Organizational, and Industrial Psychology from the University of Porto. After college, she served as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Portugal from 2010-2011. Before joining the Drexel Fellowships Office, Jennifer worked as an English Language Consultant and as an editor and translator for the School of Psychology and Education Science at the University of Porto. She brings a rich background in education and language, experience working with diverse populations, and a keen interest in guiding and advising students through the fellowships process. Jennifer focuses on advising students applying for international opportunities.