Student Environmental Art Projects on Campus

Students in Valerie Hegarty and Lisa Jordan’s “Beyond Earth Art: Artists and the Environment in Crisis” course will be installing and presenting their final projects on Monday, April 27 and Wednesday, April 29. All are welcome to attend the presentations! See the schedule below for complete information. Monday, April 27th 2:00-2:10pm Laura Decelles (classroom BC01): […]

Drew Performance Poster


This Thursday, April 30 at 7:00 in the Thomas H. Kean Theatre, Nimbus Dance Works teams with the Drew University Department of Theatre and Dance to present Lynchtown/Thistown – a program of dance works with social justice themes including masterworks of American Modern Dance history, Pearl Primus’ 1942 Strange Fruit, and Charles Weidman’s 1936 Lynchtown. […]

Juniors: If You Have or Expect a Paid Summer Internship in the Financial Sector, Apply for the Wall Street Exchange Program—Deadline Monday, May 18

If you are working this summer in the financial industry in the New York metro area, boost your knowledge and network by participating in the 2015 Wall Street Exchange Summer Program. This free program includes 9 evenings of professional networking and learning events from mid-June until early August. Don’t wait until finalizing your summer employment […]

Check out These Full-time Paid Positions as Reading Instructors–Summer 2015

The Institute of Reading Development is seeking graduating seniors and current graduate students to apply for full-time summer positions in multiple locations throughout New Jersey and the nation. The Institute plans to hire more than 350 instructors nationally. Current openings are still available in New Brunswick, NJ. Earn $6,000 or more during the summer and […]