Dr. Milagros Pena, a leading scholar on Latin American social movements, will present “Latino/Hispanic Ministry in a U.S. 21st Century: Lessons for Community Leadership.”
Grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation adds arts initiative to university-wide culture of service.
The former U.S. Secretary of State will appear on April 18 as the school’s eighth Thomas H. Kean Visiting Lecturer.
University’s Center for Civic Engagement will present prestigious awards for outstanding service. Recipients include Morris County residents, Morristown Neighborhood House.
Award-winning faculty from Drew’s MFA program will offer free counsel and feedback to writers of all skill levels.
Noted Shakespeare scholar will address graduates; Holocaust survivor, educator and leading religious intellectual will receive honorary doctorates.
NJ Secretary of Higher Education recommends to the state legislature that $6.8 million be directed to capital projects at Drew.
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Hosted at Drew on Friday night, the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life raised more than $25,000. Ted Johnsen talks to one student who knows just how important that is.
The Transdisciplinary Theological Colloquium is in its 12th year at Drew. As Ted Johnsen found out, its purpose is to bridge the gap between religion and other academic areas.
Colin Clark ’80 is the founder and editor of AOL Defense, a leading online publication monitoring military weapons. The History and Political Science double major sat down with Ted Johnsen to discuss the ins and outs of his job.
For many Drew students, Hurricane Sandy hit close to home. As a result, a group of about 20 students spent their spring break helping out along the Jersey Shore. Ted Johnsen shows us their experience.
Jessica Haims ’13 is not your typical Drew student. She’s a national champion ballroom dancer, and as she showed Ted Johnsen, is in a class all by herself.
N.J. Human Services Commissioner Jennifer Velez ’87 is so widely respected she’s been appointed by people from both political parties. Recently she sat down with Ted Johnsen to discuss her job, her boss and what it takes to do what she does.
Rev. Neal Presa is a graduate of Drew's Theological School and was recently elected to the highest position in the Presbyterian Church USA. He discusses his goals for that role with Ted Johnsen.
Rev. Neal Presa is a graduate of Drew’s Theological School and was recently elected to the highest position in the Presbyterian Church USA. He discusses his goals for that role with Ted Johnsen.