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Following a national search, Dr. David E. Fenske has been appointed dean of the College of Information Science and Technology (IST) effective in April. Fenske brings to the position a wealth of experience in the academic, library and information technology fields...
Candidates for City Mayor to Square Off at Drexel
Greater Philadelphia First and the Pennsylvania Economy League have selected Drexel to host a roundtable panel discussion with Philadelphia mayoral candidates on April 12. Guests will include business, political and civic leaders from the Philadelphia region...
Alumnus Harry Stern Supports Co-op in Israel
Drexel alumnus Harry Stern `44, `56 recently made two gifts to the University: $50,000 to support the new Co-op in Israel program and $25,000 to Hillel of Greater Philadelphia to create a full-time staff position at Drexel`s Hillel office. The $25,000 gift will fund the staffing of a full-time Jewish Campus Services Corps Fellow at Drexel`s Hillel office...
Exhibit Follows American Food Through the Ages
Drexel will be the first location on the East Coast to host a traveling "Exhibition of American Food from Antiquity to the Space Age" in the Academic Bistro, sixth floor of the Academic Building, from March 16 to April 4. The kiosk exhibition will feature text, paintings, engravings and photographs detailing five centuries of American food...
Nesbitt Welcomes Chefs as Guest Lecturers
Nesbitt College of Design Arts will host two renowned chefs this month as distinguished guest lecturers in the Culinary Arts program. Leslie Revsin and Nick Malgieri will work with students and present dinners in conjunction with the popular "The Book and the Cook" series on March 23 and 24, respectively...
University Offers Support Student Entrepreneurs
Leadership Program Draws Eastern European Women
Katharine Drexel Feast Day
Dragons on a Roll
All Aboard for Basketball
Young Robotics Experts to Celebrate on Campus