Songer to lead School of Education

Nancy Songer, current professor of education studies at the University of Michigan, has recently been selected as Drexel’s new dean of the School of Education and will be a distinguished professor starting in the upcoming academic year. The School of Education, established as its own college in 1997, was previously… Continued

Interim dean proves to be best pick

President John A. Fry announced in an email Feb. 12 that Frank Linnehan will serve as the permanent dean of the LeBow College of Business. Linnehan has been serving as the interim dean of the college for the past 18 months while the University searched for a new dean. In… Continued

Search for LeBow dean continues

The LeBow College of Business is weeks away from selecting a new Dean, a position that has not had a full time occupant for almost a year, University leadership has said. The search for a new dean began last October when Dean George P. Tsetsekos decided not to continue in… Continued

Schidlow named Annenberg Dean

Dr. Daniel V. Schidlow was appointed Annenberg Dean of Drexel’s College of Medicine June 27 after serving eight months as interim dean. A selection board conducted a nationwide search for the perfect candidate to fill the position of dean for the College of Medicine, Eventually, the top three applicants were… Continued

CoE to welcome new dean in 2012

Joseph B. Hughes, Ph.D., will enter his post as dean of Drexel University’s College of Engineering Jan. 15, 2012, President John A. Fry announced in an email to the University community Nov. 30. Hughes currently serves as Karen and John Huff School Chair at the Georgia Institute of Technology and… Continued

CoM announces new interim dean

Dr. Daniel Schidlow was appointed interim dean and senior vice president of health affairs for the Drexel University College of Medicine Nov. 1, according to a press release from the college. Schidlow replaced Richard Homan, who recently resigned from both positions. Homan had held these roles since June 2005 and… Continued