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Stratton C’10 and his students gather around the dissected hearts of a goat and a cow, part of the day’s biology lesson at the school where he teaches in Kenya. Stratton got the hearts from a butcher at a local market.
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A recent Drew grad aims to build a science lab in Kenya.

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Theo alumnus creates college in native Ghana to address country's need for an educated workforce.

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Drew Students Build on Ugandan Success

The first Drew International Seminar in the United Arab Emirates.

4 years ago via Drew News
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Introducing Theater with a Real Difference

With Drew mentors, Newark teens create original theater.

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Screen Shot 2012-10-11 at 4.13.35 PM
Students Critique Professor’s Art Show

Professor Raymond Stein’s art exibit, Canastero, is currently showing at the Korn Gallery in the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts. Ted Johnsen wanted to see what Stein’s art students thought of his work.

2 years ago via YouTube
hondo
Drew Students Give Back in Honduras

As Ted Johnsen shows us, the Honduras Project is one of the most successful service organizations on campus.

4 years ago via YouTube
uae
Students Head to the Middle East to Learn Global Business

The first Drew International Seminar in the United Arab Emirates.

4 years ago via YouTube