Madison, NJ – What does the Drew University Women’s Lacrosse Team and Bruno Mars have in common? Both will be appearing at the half-time show on Sunday at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium during Superbowl XLVIII. Because of a confidentiality agreement, few details could be given out about the actual half-time performance, but Head Coach Julia […]
Madison, NJ – Drew University students know the Ehinger Center is a great place to study, eat, relax and meet friends. But the American Institute of Architects of New Jersey has also recognized the popular campus building for its renovated, expansive design. This winter, the AIA New Jersey chapter awarded KSS Architects, LLP a merit Award […]
Madison, NJ – Students graduating from Drew University in 2012 had an average student debt of $24,470, lower than several other private and public universities in New Jersey and lower than the state and national average. A study released Dec. 4 by the Institute for College Access & Success called “The Project on Student Debt” […]
Madison, NJ – Lundbeck US, a pharmaceutical firm best known as the manufacturer of Abilify and Lexapro, is partnering with Drew University to provide students with internships and high-powered scientific equipment. Drew’s science students started working at the Lundbeck campus in Secaucus a year ago, doing research in laboratories alongside professional scientists. They will continue […]
Students who begin their education at County College of Morris (CCM) in Randolph can seamlessly transfer to Drew University and get a four-year degree in a number of selected majors, thanks to a new dual admissions agreement between Drew University and CCM.
From Jul. 29 to Aug. 2, Drew will offer a series of public readings as part of its Sentences 5 conference on writing prose.
Students interested in transferring now have access to personalized, one-on-one advisement five days a week.
Biographer and Newsman offers insights into the lives of Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs.
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Dan Rather is the former anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, and he visited Drew University on Tuesday, Nov 12th, as part of the Drew Forum Lecture Series. He sat down with Ted Johnsen to discuss the recent high-profile retraction by “60 Minutes,” and how it compares to his own fallout with […]
Does Drew’s Master of Arts in Teaching program attract award-winning student teachers? Or build them? Ted Johnsen introduces you to three consecutive award-winning New Jersey student-teachers of the year.
The Caspersen School’s Arts and Letters program provides an advanced degree in liberal studies. The students and faculty say they love it.
Welcome to the Drew family, Class of 2017! #letsDREWthis. Narration by Brad Abelle ’75. Editing by Ted Johnsen ’07