Mobile REACH, the A.J. Drexel Autism Institute's mobile assessment and outreach van

Hitting the Streets for Autism Outreach With a Clinic on Wheels

The A.J. Drexel Autism Institute at Drexel University can’t contain its efforts within the walls of a building — so it is now hitting the road with a custom-outfitted van, called Mobile REACH, to extend autism outreach and clinical research activities into the community.


Drexel Celebrates New Program to Steer STEM Students Toward Teaching

President Fry

The United States needs more science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) teachers. And Drexel has a wealth of bright students studying in those same fields. Now, a new program will connect Drexel’s strength with the nation’s need.


Nearly 2 Years After His Death, Drexel Band Director's Performance Coming to Life

Mike Moss

Several years ago, Mike Moss, PhD, and Nick Anselmo shared an idea: a production of Cole Porter’s musical “Kiss Me, Kate,” that could bring together the different programs within Drexel’s Department of Performing Arts. Tragically, Moss passed away before the idea could come to fruition. But now the show will go on.


Students on Sailing Team Raise $30,000 to Compete in France

Sailing Team on a Boat

Every weekend during the fall and spring, members of the Drexel Sailing Team pile into their cars and head to competitions up and down the East Coast, from Connecticut to Virginia. It’s a lot of travel, but that’s nothing compared to the team’s next trip.



  • Philadelphia’s newest shared workspace, the Innovation Center @3401, is accepting applications from tech startups and individuals who need office space and can benefit from a collaborative atmosphere. Located at 3401 Market Street, ic@3401 is a collaboration between Drexel and the University City Science Center and Drexel University. This new program supports innovation, collaboration and business creation.

  • For the second year, Drexel Magazine congratulates some of the University's most interesting, entrepreneurial and creative young graduates. This year's group of '40 Under 40' alumni include an Olympic athlete, an Oscar winner, a hero of the Special Forces, a lawyer fighting for social justice, a brain injury victim bicycling for other survivors, scientists, startup leaders and many others who have built impressive lives since they last wore the blue and gold.

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April 30 through May 21

2014 World Press Photo Exhibit

Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, URBN Center Annex

An impressive cross-section of the world’s most dynamic and outstanding photojournalism will be on display at Drexel in an exhibition of 143 award-winning photos from the 57th annual World Press Photo competition. The exhibit opens with a reception at 6 p.m. on April 30. (Photo: John Stanmeyer, USA, VII for National Geographic.)

April 30 / 7 PM

Men’s Lacrosse CAA Semifinals

Vidas Field

The Dragons will host Towson or UMass for the right to advance to the conference championship game, where the winner will earn an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. Tickets are $10 for adults, $3 for children 12 or younger and free for Drexel students with a valid ID. To order tickets, go to or call 1-866-4DREXEL.

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