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* The Drexel women’s field hockey team entered the Division I National Coaches Poll for the first time. The 19th ranked Dragons got off to a 6-2 start, the best in the program’s history, with strong efforts from junior forward Pamie Zukowski and senior goalkeeper Heather Haigh.
* The General Electric Fund Fellowship awarded a one-year graduate fellowship in physics to Drexel graduate student Kelli Corrado. The GE Fellowship supports underrepresented minorities and women in science and engineering.
* The Debbie Romano Memorial Foundation is sponsoring the Smile for Miles 5-mile run/3-mile walk at 10 a.m., October 22 on Kelly Drive. The event will raise money for an endowment fund at St. Christopher’s Hospital to aid children diagnosed with cancer. The Foundation is named for Drexel alumna Debbie Romano ’89, who died from cancer at age 29. To participate or to make a donation, visit www.smileformiles.org.
* The College of Design Arts is showcasing the photographs of Blaise Tobia, assistant professor of media arts, September 25-October 21 in the Design Arts Gallery, Nesbitt Hall. Cultural Syntax: Recent Work by Blaise Tobia showcases his experimental techniques used in images of everyday cultural environments.
* The Department of Human Resources will hold its annual Open Enrollment Fair during the week of October 23 in Mandell Theater Lobby and the Living Arts Lounge. Insurance and investment companies will be on hand, and seminars and health screenings will be provided. For more information, contact 215/895-2853.
* The Philadelphia Museum of Art recently purchased four photographs by Drexel students for its permanent collection. The work of College of Design Arts students Joy Moody, Linette Messina, Hiro Nakumara and Joseph Joyce was purchased from the recent Senior Thesis Exhibition held in Old City.