Spring 2015 Community Based Learning Classes- Fulfills Gen-Ed Off Campus Experience

CBL classes foster the ability to connect academic learning with action in the world. These classes require students to work with off-campus community organizations. They seek to benefit their partner organization and our shared community by addressing a need or strengthening a capacity that serves the common good. THEA 386 Theatre in the Community: The […]

Going Global This Week!

Center for Global Education - Embury 107 – drew.edu/globaled THIS WEEK: Information Session 2015 Italian Language, Art, Culture & Community-Based Learning in Orvieto, Italy Tuesday, November 4 at 6:30 p.m. in BC 202 DEADLINES: Apply Now! Applications due November 10: The European Union: The Past, Present & Future of Economic and Political Integration – 2015 Summer Program […]

Information Session TODAY! 2015 Italian Language/Culture Summer Program

Are you interested in starting or completing your language requirement in Italian or improve your Italian proficiency in Orvieto, one of the world’s most beautiful towns with its breathtaking panoramas, hills, vineyards, olive trees and medieval towers? Are you interested in participating in Art, Fashion, cooking classes and Community-Service Learning?                    Italian Language, Art, Culture […]

From the US to Palestine: Indigenous Struggles & Settler Colonialism on Nov 5

As part of a larger movement of joint struggle towards the liberation and justice for all groups of people and to work beyond solidarity, Drew SJP presents an event with Maya Mikdashi on Indigenous Struggles in the United States. Maya Mikdashi received her PhD from Columbia University’s Department of Anthropology and is currently a Mellon […]

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Men’s Soccer Senior Day & Diabetes Awareness Day is on SATURDAY!

Help Drew Athletics say THANK YOU to six outstanding four-year players from the Drew University men’s soccer team on Senior Day. The Rangers are also in a heated playoff race in the Landmark Conference on Saturday at 1:00 p.m. against Moravian College at Ranger Stadium. Drew needs a win or a tie against the Greyhounds […]

Sweater Weather Open-Mic Night!

Interested in singing or performing a piece on campus? Want to do it in an awesome venue? Then you should sign up to perform at Sweater Weather Open Mic Night! 13 November 2014, @ T.O.E from 7:30-9:30 There is no audition or extensive application, all we need is for you to answer a few questions […]

Get Ahead This JanTerm!

Registration for JanTerm 2015 begins November 10th Classes meet: January 5 – 23, 2015 Check off a General Education requirement Lighten your fall and spring course load Get 2 or 4 credits closer to graduation Take advantage of reduced tuition Visit the JanTerm webpage now for further information. Questions?  Contact: owl@drew.edu or 973.408.3400  

Concert – Cristina Casale, Spanish concert pianist on tour

Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 8:00 PM in The Concert Hall Presented by Spanish wine maker, Freixenet Cava. Cristina Casale will perform well-known and important Spanish piano works, commenting from the stage. Antonio Soler – Sonata in D minor (N.11) & Sonata in G minor (N. 15) Federic Mompou – Songs & Dances (Mvt. I. Quasi moderato; […]

TODAY! RISE Talk: Neal C. Connors, Ph.D., RISE Fellow, “Feedstock Chemicals from Biomass (and the Art of French Cooking)”

Today, Thursday, 11/6, 12:00-1:00PM, Hall of Sciences, S-326 (RISE Reading Room) All of the materials (fibers, coatings, plastics etc.) that are part of our daily lives are made from just a handful of feed-stock chemicals derived from petroleum. Can functional replacements of these petroleum-derived feedstock chemicals be identified and produced from the almost 1.3 billion […]

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