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The gender gap among women and men in the workplace stems, in part, from negotiation and the inherent hesitation among women of all ages to engage in negotiations. Join us for a discussion on changing the way women feel about negotiation. RSVP today.
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No sign-ups or RSVPs needed for Dean Paula Marantz Cohen's topical Dean's Teas. Come when you can. Pour yourself a cup of tea. And engage in intellectual conversation and critical thinking. Learn More
The Office of Undergraduate Research supports students invited to present their work at national conferences. Learn More
"After gaining admittance, I dipped my toes into the metaphorical Honors pool, taking a smattering of Honors option classes, utilizing the free printing with abandon, and reveling in the fact that I could register for classes before most of the general student body." -English Major Marina Lamanna, in her speech to the 2015 Honors Program graduates Learn More
The Drexel Fellowships Office supports students across the University in their applications for competitive national and international fellowships. Find a fellowship today
The Pennoni Honors College was established by an endowment from Mr. and Mrs. Pennoni and named for them in appreciation for Chuck’s extraordinary service to Drexel. Learn More
Tune into the award-winning half-hour interview show hosted by best-selling author, Pennoni Honors College Dean, and Drexel University Distinguished Professor Paula Marantz Cohen. Learn More
This course series strives to avoid the "textbook approach," with an emphasis on developing the active skills of interdisciplinary inquiry: reading, writing, critical thinking, methodological creativity, and argument. For a good laugh, check out the 2015-16 theme: COMEDY. Learn More
A magazine of arts, culture, and the unexpected that explores everything from science, art, and pop culture to travel, first-person narratives, and a little bit of scandalous history. Learn More
The Honors Program's Alternative Spring Break (ASB) trip offers a select group of students a chance to engage in community service and experiential learning. Learn More
The Office of Undergraduate Research's iSTAR Program gives students the opportunity to take advantage of all of the benefits of the STAR Scholars Program in an international setting. Learn More
Congrats to Drexel's 2016 Udall Scholar, Alex McBride!
Madeline Demas (BS Digital Storytelling ‘18) has been awarded a Gilman Scholarship for international study in South Korea. Congratulations, Maddie!