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The iSchool Sponsors “Cell Phones for Soldiers” Drive
The iSchool at Drexel is participating in the Cell Phones for Soldiers program by providing a drop-off point at the University for used cell phones. Students, faculty and staff can support the collection drive by donating their used phones at the drop-off box located in room 106, Rush Building (30 N...
Drexel Green encourages faculty and staff to use sustainability practices at work. Here are some suggestions for a “greener” office: • Set the default on all printers to print double-sided. • Order “green” office supplies from Office Depot. • Print emails only when necessary for documentation purposes...
On September 17, “A New Bridge to the Future,” a gala celebration for the Center for Graduate Studies in Sacramento, Calif., was held at the Sacramento Public Library. The event provided an opportunity for Drexel to show its appreciation for the warm welcome extended by the entire Sacramento area community...
This year’s Convocation is scheduled for Friday, October 17, 2008. Convocation celebrates the formal beginning of the new academic year and all faculty are urged to attend.The Convocation ceremony is scheduled for 11 a.m. at the Main Building Auditorium (32nd and Chestnut Streets)...
Time Off for Democracy
The University encourages every employee who is eligible to vote to exercise this right on election day, November 4. Full-time employees who are scheduled to work on November 4 will be eligible to take up to one hour of paid time-off during their work day to cast a ballot...
CAA Blood Drive Challenge Asks You to“Have a Heart!”
T-Mobile Exclusive Discounts
LeBow College Ranked in Top Ten for Entrepreneurs
DuCOM Names Director of Executive Leadership Programs
Save the Date: LeBow’s 2008 Business Leader of the Year
"Dream it. Do it." Capital Campaign Update
Alumna Named Head of Sacramento iSchool Programs
DragonDrop Transforms Educational Content Delivery
Drexel Alumnus Wins Emmy for Documentary Film