Articles by Jennifer Everett
Jul. 6, 2012
Computer science team wins award for visual aid apps
A team of graduated seniors won the Drexel University Department of Computer Science’s Annual Outstanding Senior Project Competition May 22, beating out 135 competitors.
May. 4, 2012
‘Tough Love’ host advises on modern relationships
Steve Ward, a Drexel alumnus (’03) and host of VH1’s “Tough Love,” spoke to students in Behrakis Grand Hall May 2 to answer their questions about relationships and dating.
Apr. 20, 2012
Alumni named in “40 Under 40” review
Two LeBow College of Business alumni were named in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s list of “40 under 40.” AmyLynn Flood (’01) and Steve Ward (’03) were selected from over 250 nominees.
Apr. 13, 2012
University named one of healthiest employers
The Philadelphia Business Journal recently named Drexel University one of the healthiest employers in the Delaware Valley for the second consecutive year, according to a March 23 University press release.
Apr. 6, 2012
Student arrested for stealing jewelry
Drexel student Erik Thomas Mahal, 19, was arrested March 15 and charged with burglary and related offences.
Apr. 6, 2012
Senior named Carnegie Junior Fellow
Nevena Bosnic, a senior economics major, was selected March 9 as a 2012-13 Carnegie Junior Fellow in the International Economics program of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, making her the first student from Drexel to receive this distinguished award.
Mar. 16, 2012
Hunger relief initiative gains traction
Drexel’s Witnesses to Hunger project is making waves nationally; it was a major theme in the Sundance-screened film “Finding North” in January, and an exhibit on the project was featured March 12-15 in Doric Hall at the Massachusetts Statehouse.
Mar. 2, 2012
Engineers develop eco-friendly cement
Drexel engineers have developed a cement that is more energy efficient and cost effective to produce than the more common Portland cement, according to a Feb. 20 Drexel press release.
Feb. 17, 2012
Photo wins in global visual arts competition
A group of Drexel engineers won the “People’s Choice” award for their photograph titled “The Cliff of the Two-Dimensional World” in the ninth annual National Science Foundation Visualization Challenge, the organization announced Feb. 2.
Jan. 20, 2012
Final artwork chosen for Library Learning Terrace
Five Drexel students were recognized at a reception Jan. 17 for their designs that were chosen to be printed and installed on the Herman Miller Hub at the Library Learning Terrace at 33rd and Race streets.