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Drew University Class of 2024 Outcomes: Caira Blake C’24

Pursuing a Post-Baccalaureate Pre-Health program at Temple University

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Drew University Class of 2024 Outcomes: Grace Solomon C’24

Pursuing a PhD in Molecular Biology at New York Medical College

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Drew University Students Claim BEST Award at National Student Advertising Competition

Organized by the American Advertising Federation

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Drew University Celebrates Community Leaders

A University-wide award ceremony organized by the Center of Civic Engagement and Center for Student Engagement

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What’s Next For Self-Checkout?

Chris Andrews, Drew University Associate Professor and Chair of Sociology and Co-Director of Business, answers

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Susan Chang Saridakis T’22, G’26 Takes Full Advantage of Drew’s Graduate Offering

The Drew Theological School alum is pursuing a DLitt

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Focus on Faculty: Mecca Madyun

Getting to know Drew University’s new faculty director of the Center for Civic Engagement December 2023 – Drew University’s Mecca Madyun, Assistant Professor of Civically Engaged Teaching and Learning & Faculty Director, Center for Civic Engagement (CCE), joined us for our Focus on Faculty series, where we highlight the many accomplishments, research, and scholarship of […]

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Drew University Professor Receives Award for Research Developing STEM Skills

Juliette Lantz's project aims to measure and build both hard and soft skills among STEM students

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Suhail Majid C’23 Named Trepp Commercial Real Estate Future Leader

The alum is one of only 15 selected for the award

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Drew University Professor Goes on Barcelona Press Tour for Debut Book

Courtney Zoffness's collection Spilt Milk was translated into Catalan

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Drew University Class of 2023 Outcomes: Kayla Anthony

Kayla Anthony C’23 is entering American University's Master of Public Policy program

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Drew University Art Professor Earns Fulbright Fellowship to UK

Lee Arnold's art combines historical research and climate change 

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Faculty in the News: Sangay Mishra on Nikki Haley’s South Asian Heritage and Presidential Campaign

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Philadelphia Museum of Art Commissions Work From Drew University Professor

A replica of Raymond Saá Stein's commissioned work lines the streets of Philadelphia as a mural

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Do Polygraphs and Narcoanalysis Work in Criminal Investigations?

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Why South Asians Are the Most Politically Liberal of All Asian Americans

Sangay Mishra speaks with NPR's All Things Considered

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Composer Trevor Weston Pushes Forward

Professor speaks with SF Classical Voice

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Defining ‘Asian American’ is complicated. Who gets left behind?

Sangay Mishra speaks with the Washington Post

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Want To Overcome Unconscious Bias? Join the Club

Professor Roger Knowles writes in Discourse Magazine

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Narcoanalysis Has Little Scientific Grounding

Jinee Lokaneeta writes for the Hindustan Times

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The Voices We Need to Hear: An Interview with Jonathan Golden

Drew University’s director of the Center on Religion, Culture, and Conflict, and assistant professor of comparative religion and anthropology talks with The Peace Chronicle

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Drew University Music Professor Trevor Weston Uses Classwork to Inform Compositions

Weston incorporated class discussions into his work

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Drew University Student-Turned-Professor Has Full-Circle Experience

Adijat Mustapha C'11, assistant professor of psychology, took part in Drew's Summer College as a student mentor, professor

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Q&A With Jeopardy! Champion Brianne Barker

Checking in with the Drew University professor after her win

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Drew University Professor Set to Appear on Jeopardy!

Brianne Barker takes us behind the scenes of the surreal experience

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Drew University Announces Winners of 2022 Bela Kornitzer Award for Nonfiction

Alum Brigitte Fielder G’04 and professor Jinee Lokaneeta recognized for their recent books

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Actors’ Roles: Should There Be a Limit?

Drew University's Lisa Brenner pens New York Times letter to the editor

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Drew University Professor Named Guggenheim Fellow

Rebecca Soderholm earned the fellowship for her photography project "Hare Scramble"

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Drew University Professor Opens Art Exhibit in NYC Gallery

Jason Karolak's paintings from the pandemic will be on display at the Morgan Lehman Gallery

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The Obligation to Deter Future Russian Aggression in Europe is Real | Opinion

Professor Carlos Yordan pens op-ed for NorthJersey.com 

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Ukraine-Russia War Explained: Conflict Resolution

Jonathan Golden explains the distinction between justice and peace

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Ukraine-Russia War Explained: How to Care

Merel Visse and Bob Stake discuss the art of caring from a medical and health humanities perspective

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Ukraine-Russia War Explained: International Relations

Carlos Yordan takes a look from a political and international relations perspective

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Ukraine-Russia War Explained: History

Jonathan Rose puts the crisis into historical perspective

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Opinion: Separate and Still Unequal: How Students with Disabilities are Hurt by COVID-19

Tom Chiang Jr. C'17 and G. Scott Morgan, associate professor of psychology, write op-ed for NJ.com

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Drew University Professor To Serve As Artist-In-Residence in Multi Arts Organization

Kimani Fowlin will hold workshops for Cincinnati-based Kennedy Heights Arts Center

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Is an Omicron Infection as Good as a Booster? What the Science Says About ‘Hybrid’ Immunity.

Brianne Barker discusses with the Philadelphia Inquirer

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This is What Long-Term Immunity to COVID-19 Might Look Like

Associate professor of biology Brianne Barker speaks to Vox

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How to Nurture Lifelong Readers in a Digital Age

Kristen Turner, professor and director of teacher education, speaks with Education Week

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Ask a Virologist: What We Know (and Don’t Know) About Omicron and Immunity

Associate Professor of Biology Brianne Barker speaks with WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show

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Merck’s Covid Pill Might Pose Risks for Pregnant Women

Associate Professor of Biology Brianne Barker talks with the New York Times

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‘Physical torture remains the main form of interrogation’

Drew University's Jinee Lokaneeta discusses her book, research with Rediff.com

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Enrollment Algorithms Raise Equity Concerns in Higher Ed

Matt Artz talks with Government Technology

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Poor, Low-Income Americans Say to Congress: “I am the Cost of Cutting Build Back Better”

The Rev. Dr. William Barber II T'03 and Imam Saffet Catovic T'18 speak at the National Call For Moral Revival Rally at the US Capitol

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Theo Focus on Faculty with Althea Spencer Miller

The scholar brings her Caribbean voice to Drew Theological School

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Merck’s COVID-19 Pill and the ‘Unknown Risk’ of DNA Mutation

Associate professor of biology Brianne Barker talks to the Philadelphia Inquirer

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Drew University Professor Tackles Inequality in Algorithms

Matt Artz looks at how algorithms limit the spread of new art and content

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Drew University Professor Wins Award for Book on Law, Science, and Policing in India

Jinee Lokaneeta received the C. Herman Pritchett Award

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How did 9/11 change South Asian Americans’ identities and politics?

Prof. Sangay Mishra writes article in The Washington Post

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Drew University Nobel Prize Winner Refutes Ivermectin Meme

Dr. William Campbell makes statement against fake quotation on Twitter

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The British Working Classes Read the Canon

Professor Jonathan Rose talks with the Ideas Sleep Furiously Podcast

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Introducing Drew University’s Newest Faculty

A home run derby champ, a bad junior GPA, and a famous hometown

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Two Drew University Professors Join Project Pericles Initiative

Theatre professors Lisa Brenner and Chris Ceraso represent Drew

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Brianne Barker

How viruses interact with the immune system

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Adam Cassano

Directed evolution of biomolecular function

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Kim Rhodes

How art is connected to the natural world

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Minjoon Kouh

The nature of biological and artificial intelligence

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Jennifer Olmsted

Examples of economic globalization amid COVID-19

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Keep an Eye on Breakthrough COVID-19 Cases. But Don’t Freak Out.

Brianne Barker explains in Vox story

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Carlos Yordan

U.N. speeches reveal shifts in opinions on terrorism, women empowerment

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Why the Most Unusual Covid Cases Matter

Brianne Barker speaks with the New York Times

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Jersey Loves to Complain About Commuting. But Here’s Why We Secretly Miss It.

Chris Andrews discusses with NJ.com

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Raphaele Chappe

Most bank deposits are created by banks themselves June 2021 – This summer, we’re spending time in office hours with some of Drew University’s amazing faculty to learn about what interests and inspires them and their research. Today, we’re talking with Raphaele Chappe, Assistant Professor of Economics. What about your field interests you most? In […]

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Sarah Abramowitz

The prevalence of drawing causal conclusions from observational data

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Time is Essential to Ensuring Justice in Custodial Death Cases

Jinee Lokaneeta writes article for The Indian Express

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How Indian Americans Came to Love the Spelling Bee

Sangay Mishra discusses immigration patterns with The New York Times

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Jill Cermele

Self determination, in theory and practice

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Emily Hill

Software is designing our lives...who is designing the software?

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Chris Andrews

Technology has eliminated jobs, but it hasn't eliminated work

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Office Hours with Drew University’s Karen Pechilis

History as usable pasts that inform the present

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Theo School Focus on Faculty with Kate Ott

Guiding Drew students through the complexities of Christian social ethics. June 2021 – How are our relationships shaped by the digital culture? Dr. Kate Ott engages questions like this as she guides Drew students through the principles of Christian ethics at Drew Theological School. Ott, who recently earned a promotion to full professor of Christian social […]

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Drew University Professor Receives $2 Million Research Grant

Seven-year project will focus on digital literacy and plagiarism

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Two Drew University Professors Named to Project Pericles Cohorts

Minjoon Kouh and Jens Lloyd honored for attention to civic engagement in their courses

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The complex role of Kamala Harris amid India’s anguish

Drew's Sangay Mishra quoted in Washington Post story

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Drew University Announces 2021 Teachers of the Year

Mark A. Miller, Steven Firestone, and Tammy Windfelder represent all three schools

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Ask a Virologist

Brianne Barker talks with WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show

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Style or Substance? VP Harris’ Duties Pile up as Border Crisis goes Unresolved

Sangay Mishra speaks with The Washington Times

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Libraries still quarantine books, even as cases drop and vaccinations rise

Brianne Barker speaks with the Philadelphia Inquirer

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Why we shouldn’t panic about the millions who missed their second vaccine dose—yet

Brianne Barker talks with National Geographic

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Scientists Work Toward an Elusive Dream: A Simple Pill to Treat COVID-19

Prof. Brianne Barker talks with STAT

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Drew University Professors Bring UN Research to the Classroom

Professors Caitlin Killian and Jennifer Olmsted publish research for the United Nations February 2021 – Drew University professors Caitlin Killian and Jennifer Olmsted teamed up to publish a report commissioned by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) focused on the implications of gender in the Syrian refugee response. The two recently published their report, which […]

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Drew University RISE Fellow Wins St. Patrick’s Day Science Medal

Nobel Prize winner Dr. William Campbell wins for academic contributions

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Drew University’s Courtney Zoffness Takes Turn as Writers@Drew Guest

Zoffness discussed her debut book, Spilt Milk

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Drew University Faculty in the News

Experts tackle everything from COVID-19 to politics to 'The Crown'

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Drew University Professor Publishes Digital Literacy Book

Kristen Turner collected insights from researchers and teachers for book

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Drew University Professor Publishes First Book

Courtney Zoffness will discuss her memoir-in-essays, Spilt Milk, at Writers@Drew event on March 15

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Drew University Professor Receives National Music Award

Trevor Weston recognized for artistic achievement, musical voice

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Drew University Professor Joins Kamala Harris Project

Sangay Mishra will serve on the project's advisory board

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Coronavirus Reinfection Will Soon Become Our Reality

Prof. Brianne Barker explains in The Atlantic

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