During the school year, students from Drew University partner with community organizations to serve others – they collect and donate food, plant trees, knit hats, raise money for cancer research, teach English and do many additional projects. On Thursday, April 24, Drew students and the organizations they work with will be recognized at a Civic […]
Barbara Pitts McAdams, from Tectonic Theater Company, is bringing her Laramie Project expertise to help seniors produce an original show on campus. Madison, NJ – Finding a job, paying for college, coping with debt – these are all topics that weigh heavily on the minds of college students, so much so, they can become TOO […]
Madison, NJ — Drew University’s Board of Trustees has approved awarding honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees to the following two individuals at the university’s commencement ceremony on May 17, 2014 – Bishop In Hwan Kim and Trustee Hugh D’Andrade. In addition, the Board of Trustees announced that outgoing Drew President Vivian A. Bull will […]
Program by Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study will offer showing of film and a Q&A session with film subject Renate Guttman. Madison, NJ —Every April, there is a day of solemn contemplation and mourning called Yom HaShoah, or the Day of Remembrance, for the millions of Jews and others who died during World War II. At […]
For Immediate Release March 20, 2014 Elizabeth Moore 973-408-3628 Madison, NJ – Television journalist Barbara Walters and popular co-host of The View will be the final speaker for this year’s Drew Forum. As Drew’s 2014 Thomas H. Kean Visiting Lecturer, Walters will speak at the Simon Forum on April 3 at 8 p.m. and the […]
For Immediate Release March 31, 2014 Contact: Elizabeth Moore 973-408-3628 firstname.lastname@example.org Ari Shavit is a leading columnist and reporter for the Israeli newspaper Haaretz and the best-selling author of the book My Promised Land: The Triumph and Tragedy of Israel that was published last year. He is also this year’s guest speaker for the Shirley […]
Tuggle’s March 25 lecture will share letters, anecdotes and cartoons tracing the history of the Metropolitan Opera, especially from its critics.
Madison, NJ – What does the Drew University Women’s Lacrosse Team and Bruno Mars have in common? Both will be appearing at the half-time show on Sunday at New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium during Superbowl XLVIII. Because of a confidentiality agreement, few details could be given out about the actual half-time performance, but Head Coach Julia […]
Madison, NJ – Drew University students know the Ehinger Center is a great place to study, eat, relax and meet friends. But the American Institute of Architects of New Jersey has also recognized the popular campus building for its renovated, expansive design. This winter, the AIA New Jersey chapter awarded KSS Architects, LLP a merit Award […]
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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.
The Caspersen School’s Arts and Letters program provides an advanced degree in liberal studies. The students and faculty say they love it.
Welcome to the Drew family, Class of 2017! #letsDREWthis. Narration by Brad Abelle ’75. Editing by Ted Johnsen ’07