2022 DrewTEACH Workshop Series
Join us for the 2022 DrewTEACH Workshop Series. Sign up for individual courses or purchase your all-access pass to participate in the full lineup of events!
Technology x People: A Black Posthuman Sociotechnical Framework Wednesday, March 16, 12 - 1:30 p.m. ET Craig Chapel and Livestream Zoom Webinar Please click the link below to join the webinar: https://drew.zoom.us/j/93340373658 Join us for a special event with Dr. Philip Butler, assistant professor of theology and Black posthuman artificial intelligence systems at Iliff School […]
Stevens and Wilson joined us for a thought-provoking discussion on today's political landscape and their work on The Lincoln Project. This virtual Drew Forum event was generously sponsored by the Blanche & Irving Laurie Foundation. Members and friends of the Drew community were invited at no cost. Stuart Stevens grew up in Mississippi, a seventh […]
The Drew English Department presents a Creative Writing faculty reading — featuring Andrew Martin, Emily Nemens, and Sara Martin. RSVP is REQUIRED for this free event (see below) The Zoom link is: https://drew.zoom.us/j/94563452743 Generously funded by the Casement Fund. For more information and the writers' bios, please see www.drew.edu/WritersAtDrew
We invite you to meet current students and hear about everything from our 110+ clubs and sports to what life is really like as a Drew student. Connect with faculty to learn more about our 60+ academic programs and unique immersive learning experiences. Get a look at our beautiful, historic campus—perfectly positioned in the powerhouse northeast corridor—and find out about financial aid, potential scholarships, and the application process. This session is designed for you to discover how Drew can help launch your future!