A number of Drexel University researchers helped the public better understand what happened and the city’s response during the week – shedding light on health risks associated with the chemical that leaked from a latex plant in Bucks County into a tributary of the Delaware; Philadelphia’s water testing and treatment process; and the city’s emergency response procedures.
LeBow College of Business Associate Clinical Professor Boryana Dimitrova, PhD, shared insight with the Drexel News Blog on Super Bowl marketing trends.
A number of cities across the country have been using regular testing of sewage to spot genetic signs of COVID-19 and other diseases. The process, called wastewater surveillance, gives municipalities an edge in responding to […]
Two planes missed colliding on the runway at New York’s JFK Airport by about 1,000 feet last week. With hundreds of flights arriving and departing the airport each day, even the smallest miscommunication or misunderstanding […]
Written by Mathy Vathanaraj Stanislaus, JD, Drexel vice provost and inaugural executive director of The Environmental Collaboratory. Stanislaus served for eight years as administrator for the EPA’s Office of Land & Emergency Management during the […]
Research co-authored by Matthew Schneider, PhD, an associate professor in the LeBow College of Business, examined how retailers should adopt artificial intelligence, as well as factors for consideration when adopting AI.
LeBow research shows time scarcity promotions may not be as effective online, despite this year’s holiday sale season extending beyond the typical Black Friday and Cyber Monday time window.
Christian Resick, PhD, an associate professor in Drexel’s LeBow College of Business, explains how Philadelphia Phillies manager Rob Thomson is a interesting case study that exemplifies research he co-authored from 2017.
In the aftermath of tragedies, like last year’s collapse of the Champlain Towers South condo complex in Surfside Florida, conversations inevitably shift to gleaning some lesson amid the sadness and chaos, a kernel of wisdom […]
As many communities across the country struggle with rising violence, a team of researchers from Drexel’s Dornsife School of Public Health took a unique approach to better understand the experiences of victims of urban violence […]