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College of Medicine CME Programs
tt Regency at Penn’s Landing Philadelphia, PA Contact: Lisa Reyes—215-389-2300 October 24-27, 2007 National Association for the Dually Diagnosed (NADD) 24th Annual Conference: Physical and Mental Well
Convocation Welcomes the New Academic Year
All Drexel students, faculty and staff are invited to Convocation, which marks the formal beginning of the new academic year. The Office of the Provost arranges the ceremony which begins with an assembly procession, this year led by Dr. Richard Weggel, PE, the Samuel S...
The keynote address at Convocation will be delivered by Dr. Shirley M. Malcom, head of the Directorate for Education and Human Resources Programs of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). The Directorate’s goal is to advance education in science, mathematics and technology at all levels, improve public understanding of science and expand the workforce’s talent pool...
A Goal to Raise $100,000 in 2007 Dragon Drive
The annual Dragon Drive workplace campaign will be held October 4-24. Dragon Drive is an opportunity for Drexel employees to help address human needs throughout the Delaware Valley. Faculty and staff, always generous in the past, have made this fundraising initiative a success since its beginnings in 2001...
The Eastern Technology Council, in partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, has selected Drexel’s CIO, Dr. John A. Bielec, as a finalist for the prestigious CIO of the Year in the 2007 Enterprise Awards program. In 2000, Dr. Bielec spearheaded the effort to make Drexel the first major university to operate a fully wireless campus, and in 2002, he launched the first wireless Web portal service for students...
Chair of National Distance Learning Week Named
Drexel Board Member Named 2007 Business Leader of the Year
Drexel Partnering with Air Products and Chinese University
MAD Dragon’s October Release, “The Redwalls”
In Memoriam: Jacquelyn West-Ford, Ph.D.
Spine Research Symposium
New Supplier Can Help Lower Maintenance Costs
Cutting-edge Technology—Recreating and Making History