As you begin to form teams for your class projects, you may find out that your team consists of members from different cultures, countries, or races with diverse background. In such situations, it is extremely important for you to learn more about each other so that you can develop an understanding of each others' strengths, weaknesses and academic needs.
Group projects are designed for students to learn how to work with a variety of different types of people and negotiate different types of situations.
While it's good to find teammates that have different skills and experiences, it's also very important to make sure that you are able to work with those people.
Our latest exhibition, "Researching Diversity at Drexel," opened August 10. This week we'll be hosting an opening reception with coffee and conversation about researching and documenting diversity. The reception will take place in the atrium of the W.W. Hagerty Library (33rd and Market Streets) on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 5 p.m. We hope to see you there!
Drexel opened its doors in 1891 as a technical school dedicated to educating men and women students of all races, religions, and backgrounds. However, the history of diversity at Drexel, as at any institution, is complex.
Drexel University Archives presents a new exhibition, "Researching Diversity at Drexel," opening August 10, 2011. The exhibition contains documents from the University Archives and essays written by students in Professor Sharon Brubaker’s English 103 classes that expl