Transplant programs and potential donors have faced hard questions about risk tolerance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are some of the questions that researchers from Drexel University’s College of Medicine and Dornsife School of Public Health posed to prior and prospective organ donors across the United States.
Common wisdom has it that change in organizations can be embraced by employees when leaders effectively explain how their vision will positively impact the organization. However, new research recently published in the Academy of Management […]
Are the upcoming holidays stressing you out? Petting a dog may help. To get a break from studying for finals and relieve some stress before the holiday break, Drexel University students got to visit with […]
By Daniel Korschun Traditional wisdom holds that corporations should avoid making political statements at any cost. Companies cannot afford to alienate their customers; or so the logic goes. But something is changing in the corporate […]
Hey there. Nice to meet you. We’re the Drexel News Blog team. We’ve been quietly hanging out in the corner for a while now, trying to get a feel for the room. But we’ve got […]
Westphal College of Media Arts & Design professor Brannon Wiles is a producer of a Broadway play called “Sylvia,” starring Tony Award-winners Matthew Broderick, Annaleigh Ashford and Julie White, which recently started a limited run […]