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Bioscience Faculty Present at International AIDS Conference
ology, and Sandra Urdaneta, Drexel research associate, presented novel research on preventing the spread of several sexually transmitted viruses at the 15th Annual International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, Thail
Drexel’s Founder’s Day and Convocation, which marks the beginning of the academic year, will be held on October 5 at 11 a.m. in the Main Building Auditorium. Convocation will begin with a faculty procession from the Quad, weather permitting. Students are invited to walk in the procession with the faculty of their Colleges and Schools...
Drexel Programs Receive Department of Defense Funding
President George W. Bush recently signed the Department of Defense Appropriations Bill, which funds various national defense initiatives. Among the programs receiving support by the bill are Drexel’s Applied Communications and Information Networking (ACIN) Project and the National Bioterrorism Civilian Medical Response Center (CiMeRC)...
Health Sciences Alumnae Featured in National Exhibit
More than 30 graduates of Hahnemann Medical College, Woman’s Medical College and the Medical College of Pennsylvania are included in the National Library of Medicine exhibit “Changing the Face of Medicine: Celebrating America’s Women Physicians.” The exhibition highlights pioneering women physicians who influenced and enhanced medicine...
Psychology professor Dr. Myrna B. Shure has published the book Thinking Parent, Thinking Child: How to Turn Your Most Challenging Everyday Problems into Solutions (McGraw-Hill). In the book, Shure explains how to calm down children and help them “think-through” situations to come up with their own positive ways to solve problems...
Drexel First to Adopt New Writing Assessment Technology
DUCOM Student Joseph H. Walline Receives Fulbright
Dr. Bruce Eisenstein Appointed Engineering Associate Dean
DUCoM Humanities Host Elective Courses
IST to Offer New B.S. in Information Technology
Student Counseling Center Announces Fall Workshops
IRT Summer Computer Camps
CoE Summer Programs a Success
Students Participate in Bridging the Gaps Program
CoE to Honor Dr. Robert M. Koerner ’56, ’63 with Symposium
Quaker Meetinhouses Exhibition in Rincliffe Gallery
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