Drew’s Master of Arts in Teaching Program Earns Nat’l Accreditation, Offers 5-year Double Degree

Madison, N.J. – A national education accreditation organization has given Drew’s MAT program a lengthy review and awarded it a five-year initial accreditation, which is the longest duration given by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for newly accredited programs. The accreditation from TEAC, which was announced last month, is the culmination of a three-year […]

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Drew’s Top Profs

The university names its 2014 professors of the year in the Theo School, Caspersen and CLA at Commencement. With so many outstanding professors at Drew, it’s hard to narrow down the field, but three exceptional individuals were given Teacher of the Year accolades at Drew’s commencement on May 17. These teachers were chosen by their […]

9 months ago via Drew News
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Drew Professor, Alumna Tapped to Lead Theological School During Search for New Dean

Ginny Samuel will head ongoing effort to reconceive M.Div.

2 years ago via Drew News
Justin Marcucci (left) and business associates in their Mendham, NJ, headquarters.
Alumnus Makes an Art of Apps and Online Designs

Justin Marcucci's interactive design and marketing firm has global clients and Drew roots.

4 years ago via Drew News
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Are You a Mac or PC?

Drew technology to give students a choice -- Apple Macbook added to CI lineup.

4 years ago via Drew News
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Board Acts to Extend President’s Contract

Weisbuch sets his sights on enacting the university's strategic plan.

4 years ago via Drew News
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Improving Clergy Health, Step by Step

Christopher Lee walks the equivalent of 716 miles to win the Deans' Step-It-Up Challenge.

4 years ago via Drew News
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Outlook for Egypt

Prof. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, just back from Cairo, shares his thoughts on the revolution and beyond as part of a CRCC panel.

4 years ago via Drew News
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Honorary Degree Candidates Announced

Civil rights pioneer, influential business advocate and former Theological School dean to receive honorary doctorate of humane letters.

4 years ago via Drew News
Author Annette Gordon-Reed (right) with Lillie Edwards, professor of history. Photo by Debbie Weisman.
Library Gala Speaker Gives Sally Hemings an Identity

2010 Kornitzer Award winners announced.

4 years ago via Drew News

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Drew University Center for Holocaust/genocide Study Hosts Seminar on Liberation of Death Camps

Three-part series will feature talks by professors, teachers, and a survivor. Madison, N.J.—The Drew University Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study will hold   “After Liberation: The First Five Years, 1945–1950,” a three-part seminar, on February 26, March 5, and March 19. The seminar gathers Holocaust experts with a Holocaust survivor and the son and daughter of survivors […]

3 weeks ago via Press Release
Drew University’s Closes Da Camera Concert Season with Performance of Rare Corelli-inspired Violin Sonatas

Alexander Woods is featured violinist and the program features music from his August 2014 recording session. Madison, N.J.—The final da Camera concert of the season at the Dorothy Young Center for the Arts’ Concert Hall at Drew University will feature a performance by violinist Alexander Woods along with acclaimed harpsichordist Avi Stein and baroque cellist […]

4 weeks ago via Press Release
Drew University Tackles Conflict Resolution and Leadership

New certificate program, beginning fall 2015, was designed with law enforcement and veterans in mind.

1 month ago via Press Release
Drew University Receives Community Engagement Classification from Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

New classification recognizes the university’s efforts in civic engagement among undergraduates, graduates, theological students, faculty, and staff.

2 months ago via Press Release
Want to Pick Up College Credits at Drew as a Visiting Student? Consider Drew University’s Special and Visiting Student Program

Deadline to apply for the spring semester is January 15. Madison, N.J. – You don’t have to be enrolled as a four-year student at Drew University in order to attend undergraduate classes for academic credit. Are you taking a semester off from college but would like to pick up a few credits? Perhaps you’re not […]

2 months ago via Press Release
Travel to Ireland, or Get Required Courses Out of the Way Through Drew University’s Lower-Priced Janterm Program

You don’t have to be enrolled at Drew to take part in the university’s accelerated classes.

3 months ago via Press Release
Drew University Hosts Talk by Senior Vice President of Princeton Review: “Is College Worth It?”

Robert Franek advises high school counselors from Northern New Jersey at symposium hosted by Drew University.

3 months ago via Press Release
Drew University Offers More “High Impact” Learning Experiences Than Peer Institutions, According to National Survey on Student Engagement

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 […]

3 months ago via Press Release
Drew University to Perform Handel’s Messiah December 6

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 […]

3 months ago via Press Release
Drew University Theatre Arts Department Presents Three Sisters Classic Chekhov Play Combines Faculty and Student Talent

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 […]

3 months ago via Press Release
Drew’s Master of Arts in Teaching Program Earns Nat’l Accreditation, Offers 5-year Double Degree

Madison, N.J. – A national education accreditation organization has given Drew’s MAT program a lengthy review and awarded it a five-year initial accreditation, which is the longest duration given by the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for newly accredited programs. The accreditation from TEAC, which was announced last month, is the culmination of a three-year […]

8 months ago via Drew News
Drew’s Top Profs

The university names its 2014 professors of the year in the Theo School, Caspersen and CLA at Commencement. With so many outstanding professors at Drew, it’s hard to narrow down the field, but three exceptional individuals were given Teacher of the Year accolades at Drew’s commencement on May 17. These teachers were chosen by their […]

9 months ago via Drew News
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Drew Professor, Alumna Tapped to Lead Theological School During Search for New Dean

Ginny Samuel will head ongoing effort to reconceive M.Div.

2 years ago via Drew News
Justin Marcucci (left) and business associates in their Mendham, NJ, headquarters.
Alumnus Makes an Art of Apps and Online Designs

Justin Marcucci's interactive design and marketing firm has global clients and Drew roots.

4 years ago via Drew News
Student_Mac
Are You a Mac or PC?

Drew technology to give students a choice -- Apple Macbook added to CI lineup.

4 years ago via Drew News
bobhomepage
Board Acts to Extend President’s Contract

Weisbuch sets his sights on enacting the university's strategic plan.

4 years ago via Drew News
ChrisLeePedometer1
Improving Clergy Health, Step by Step

Christopher Lee walks the equivalent of 716 miles to win the Deans' Step-It-Up Challenge.

4 years ago via Drew News
SaadIbrahim_0078
Outlook for Egypt

Prof. Saad Eddin Ibrahim, just back from Cairo, shares his thoughts on the revolution and beyond as part of a CRCC panel.

4 years ago via Drew News
commencement
Honorary Degree Candidates Announced

Civil rights pioneer, influential business advocate and former Theological School dean to receive honorary doctorate of humane letters.

4 years ago via Drew News
Author Annette Gordon-Reed (right) with Lillie Edwards, professor of history. Photo by Debbie Weisman.
Library Gala Speaker Gives Sally Hemings an Identity

2010 Kornitzer Award winners announced.

4 years ago via Drew News

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