You can never know too much about anything. Research!
Elinor Christiansen Class: 1955
Integrity, compassion, intellectual curiosity, and respect for others are essential for a successful physician. May your career in medicine be enriched by the satisfaction of serving others.
Steve Cloak Class: 1983
Whatever you do, remember that there may be no more noble aspiration than to be a man (or woman) of principle. You will find that sometimes you must fight for what you believe in and let the chips fall where they may. Keep your word, live with integrity, strive to be brave and conquer your fears. Be a good friend, be humble and be self-confident. Remember what is really important in life; your faith, your family, and your friends. Best of luck in whatever you you do!
Mark S. Codella Class: 1984
Congratulations on achieving one of the most important milestones of your life. As you continue your training as a physician remember to always remain humble, view each day as a new learning experience, and treat every patient as if they were your mother or father. Welcome to what is still the most noble profession.
Erica Clark Class: 2003
Stay positive! I know that the job market has been tough for recent graduates, but remember that the Drexel name, coupled with a co-op experience will put you ahead of your peers graduating from other local schools. A Drexel degree will serve you well.