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Philadelphia is known for its cultural diversity, rich history, and passionate residents. See why Drexel is proud to call it home
ESPN's Chris McKendry has a story that is much larger than reporting wins and losses. This is what Ambition Can't Wait means.
With the help of our employer partners, the Steinbright Career Development Center is able to produce exceptional results and experiences for Drexel students.
Drexel University Alum, Jim Bean (Finance and Accounting '91), turns around Apple, then turns around and dedicates his life to helping others. He also makes a pretty fine wine.
Ambition is letting your story make a difference. At Drexel, our stories don’t define us but inspire change for social good around the world. We all want to be heard, and at Drexel you will be.
Drexel’s ambitious students participate in various organizations while remaining engaged with their community. Learn about a few of these organizations, why these students joined, and why they’re proud to be a dragon.
Chanel Miller (Health Sciences) developed her musical skill with the Philadelphia Orchestra while training as a physician’s assistant with medical professionals through co-op.
Alex Uboldi (Marketing) chose Drexel because our co-op program let him apply skills from the classroom to DJing his own radio show and research analytics for NBC, preparing him for his career.
Halima Olapade (CCI ‘16) prepared for her career with CO-OP 101, a path that led from working with Microsoft to SAP in Germany. These experiences during her Drexel journey resulted in Google offering her a job.
Jake Herschman (Graphic Design) felt an immediate connection with design faculty members at the URBN Center, which serves as inspiration for Jake as he infuses creativity into his work.
Max Baud (Business Administration, Drexel Online) for this professional dancer, director and entrepreneur, and for many other students, a Drexel degree provides a path for the future.
Shane Nelson (College of Arts and Sciences ‘17) made the most of his co-op working with civic engagement industry professionals both here on campus, and abroad in Hong Kong and London.
Jenna Bechard (Class of 2016 – College of Engineering) discusses the value and variety of services which prepare students for their job search before entering the workforce.
Associate Director of Career Services Nicole Dalberto describes the various ways Steinbright connects students with Drexel's network of partners. This access fosters viable employment opportunities after graduation.
Jacky Liang (Class of 2016 – College of Engineering), who chose to work in Shanghai, China, describes the unique opportunities that have been afforded to him by working abroad.
Students and faculty alike are reimagining research at Drexel University. Our experiential approach means Dragons don’t just think about changing the world, they do it. Discover how experiential learning at Drexel works.
Finding Fossil Fish in Antarctica, Week 5
As the Antarctic expedition continues, Ted Daeschler, PhD, keeps us up to date.
Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Blog
Drexel Research Enterprise Achieves National Recognition
Heard Around Campus — December
Fishing for Fossils in Antarctica
An expedition to one of the most inhospitable climates on the planet brought home a treasure trove of 390-million-year-old fossils for researchers at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.