Both first-year students and seniors say they appreciate Drew’s quality of teaching, real-world learning opportunities and interactions with a wide array of students. Madison, N.J.— Drew University students are more satisfied with their college experiences in learning, research, internships, study abroad, and service learning than comparable undergraduate colleges, according to the annual National Survey of […]
Classic oratorio to be performed at the Concert Hall for the first time. Madison, N.J.—Written in 1741 and based on Biblical text, Handel’s Messiah, the well-known oratorio foretelling Christ’s birth, most famously through its magnificent “Hallelujah Chorus,” will be performed for the first time the Concert Hall in the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts […]
The play will be performed from Nov. 12-15 on campus and is open to the public. Madison, N.J.—Anton Chekhov’s classic play Three Sisters, written in 1901, traces the life of a former Moscow family coping with both hard times and life in a small town. There are marriages, affairs, desperation, and a search for meaning […]
Madison, N.J.—From Charlie Chaplain to Casablanca, Hollywood’s films have had an impact on popular culture and have also reflected the larger world events of the time. The rise of Nazi Germany and the advent of World War II is no exception. On Thursday, Nov. 13, a panel of professors from universities in New York and […]
Madison, N.J.—Raymond Kelly, the longest-serving police commissioner of the City of New York—who led the police department in 2002, after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and who created the first counterterrorism bureau of any municipal police department in the country—will speak at Drew University’s Concert Hall in the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts on Thursday, […]
Madison, N.J. – Enjoy listening to the world’s best musicians and greatest composers right in your backyard. Starting November 15, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center will kick off its annual concert series at Drew University in Madison, New Jersey, with an evening of romantic music, featuring works by Dvořák, Chausson, and Schubert. In […]
Madison, N.J.—In the mid-19th century, writers of Christian fiction had to be creative to get their stories to a population that was spread out geographically and didn’t always have easy access to books. It became popular for writers to serialize their books through magazines, newspapers and other periodicals that were published weekly and monthly. Those […]
Professor Suzanne Mettler’s visit is sponsored by the New Jersey Chapter of the Scholars Strategy Network.
The Rev. Dr. Javier A. Viera, a noted scholar with experience in both church leadership and community building around the world, was formally installed as the dean of the Drew University Theological School on Thursday, October 16, 2014.
Madison, N.J.—As Drew University celebrates the 20th anniversary of its swimming program, its athletic department is excited to announce the addition of a collegiate diving program at Drew. For the first time ever, swimming and diving will be offered to student-athletes at Drew University, and participants will be able to compete in both events for […]
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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.