Find Your Yoda(s).

 

Find Your Yoda(s).

Being taken under the wing of Drew's brilliant professors is like being mentored by Yoda. It's one of the key ingredients in the success of Drew graduates. So what if you had a team of Yodas who help you integrate your academic and career goals? Your curiosity + your mentorship team + learning by doing = ignition and launch.

Better than one, more Yodas are.

Dr. William Campbell, Drew Fellow and 2015 Nobel Prize winner, with Emmanuel Gabriel ’02, now a complex cancer surgeon.

When I received the acceptance letter from Oxford, I was excited and shocked. But part of me wasn't shocked, because everything leading up to it—the coursework, the support of my professors through letters of recommendation and advice on how to build the application—prepared me. My professors challenged me to keep pushing, to take it one step further. That's what made the difference. ”
—Kishan Patel '15
Analyst, Third Bridge Group, Ltd.

I did research over two summers and during each semester, built a research proposal and created a scholarship paper. I worked with about six Drew faculty members on this, a lot of individualized attention. I got the scholarship and had a lot of support from Drew to do so. ”
—Saif Yasin '17
Yale Fellow, MD/PhD Student at the University of Maryland

Professor Jim Bazewicz has been the best mentor to me and is a wonderful human being. He opened up the world of design and made it accessible. Now that I've graduated, he continues to provide me with guidance and support during the first steps of my career. ”
—Madeleine Blossom '18
Production Stage Manager, Southern Colorado Repertory Theatre