In early summer of 2021, Loretta Sweet Jemmott, PhD, was unanimously selected to receive the Lazarex Cancer Foundation Disruptor Award for being an individual who has responded with urgency, taking action to combat low minority participation in cancer clinical trials and has disrupted the current status quo by raising awareness about existing problems, putting patients’ interests first and demonstrating a commitment to working on solutions.
By John Fry (excerpted from Higher Education Today) For the past seven years, I’ve worked at a university that is about as far removed as possible from an ivory-tower institution. Drexel University was founded 125 […]
If science fiction movies have taught us anything, it’s that it typically takes a widespread and concerted effort to turn aside a space alien invasion. So as Drexel’s Entrepreneurial Game Studio prepares its citywide, […]
More than 100 volunteers including Drexel University students, faculty, staff and parents helped Rebuilding Together Philadelphia provide free health and safety repairs to low-income homeowners in the Mantua neighborhood of Philadelphia. The Drexel volunteers worked […]
Drexel’s Smart House initiative has been spearheading cutting-edge environmental research and design at Drexel for the past few years, from their groundbreaking lightweight green roof to their grey water reclamation project and intelligent temporary agricultural […]