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Title:Memory of Spring: A Photography Exhibit
Date:Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Time:All Day Event
Presenter:LiLi Mao
Location:W. W. Hagerty Library
Campus:University City Campus
Categories:Exhibits
Description:

Spring is so impressive in my memory – it is beautiful, full of energy and strength and vibrant after a severe winter. An old Chinese saying says – a year’s plan starts with spring – because everything is brand new and full of hope.

Coming to the United States was starting a new journey for me – similar to the spring of a new year. I really wanted to share these wonderful Chinese spring scenes with everyone at Drexel University. I really appreciate the warm welcome that I have received from Drexel – specifically my advisor Albert Tedesco, my lovely classmates, and my dear friends who I met at Drexel, Karen, Hetao, Cary, Pengtao. You have all played important parts in my new life in the United States.

This exhibit is a collection of photographs from LiLi Mao, a graduate student in Television Management in the Department of Cinema and Television at Westphal College. The photographs were taken with friends and capture different cities and towns in Southeast China over the past five years. LiLi named many of the pictures after classical Chinese poems.

Title:Memory of Spring: A Photography Exhibit
Date:Thursday, April 23, 2015
Time:All Day Event
Presenter:LiLi Mao
Location:W. W. Hagerty Library
Campus:University City Campus
Categories:Exhibits
Description:

Spring is so impressive in my memory – it is beautiful, full of energy and strength and vibrant after a severe winter. An old Chinese saying says – a year’s plan starts with spring – because everything is brand new and full of hope.

Coming to the United States was starting a new journey for me – similar to the spring of a new year. I really wanted to share these wonderful Chinese spring scenes with everyone at Drexel University. I really appreciate the warm welcome that I have received from Drexel – specifically my advisor Albert Tedesco, my lovely classmates, and my dear friends who I met at Drexel, Karen, Hetao, Cary, Pengtao. You have all played important parts in my new life in the United States.

This exhibit is a collection of photographs from LiLi Mao, a graduate student in Television Management in the Department of Cinema and Television at Westphal College. The photographs were taken with friends and capture different cities and towns in Southeast China over the past five years. LiLi named many of the pictures after classical Chinese poems.

Title:Memory of Spring: A Photography Exhibit
Date:Friday, April 24, 2015
Time:All Day Event
Presenter:LiLi Mao
Location:W. W. Hagerty Library
Campus:University City Campus
Categories:Exhibits
Description:

Spring is so impressive in my memory – it is beautiful, full of energy and strength and vibrant after a severe winter. An old Chinese saying says – a year’s plan starts with spring – because everything is brand new and full of hope.

Coming to the United States was starting a new journey for me – similar to the spring of a new year. I really wanted to share these wonderful Chinese spring scenes with everyone at Drexel University. I really appreciate the warm welcome that I have received from Drexel – specifically my advisor Albert Tedesco, my lovely classmates, and my dear friends who I met at Drexel, Karen, Hetao, Cary, Pengtao. You have all played important parts in my new life in the United States.

This exhibit is a collection of photographs from LiLi Mao, a graduate student in Television Management in the Department of Cinema and Television at Westphal College. The photographs were taken with friends and capture different cities and towns in Southeast China over the past five years. LiLi named many of the pictures after classical Chinese poems.

Title:ScholarSip
Date:Monday, June 8, 2015
Time:4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location:Academic Bistro
Campus:University City Campus
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

Celebrate the last day of classes and join informal cross-disciplinary conversations with Drexel faculty and professional staff over drinks and refreshments at this quarter's ScholarSip event.

Jennifer Nasser, PhD, RN, associate professor at the College of Nursing and Health Professions will provide the evenings food for thought presentation. Nasser’s research focuses on food intake and dopamine. Recently, she was a guest on the Rachel Ray show for a segment titled Your Brain on Broccoli where she talked about how the human brain reacts to different types of foods.

 

Nasser’s clinical research focuses on dopamine-mediated mechanisms of food intake regulation in humans and its impact on metabolic homeostasis, especially as it applies to obesity, eating disorders and aging.

ScholarSip is hosted by Drexel University Libraries with guidance from a planning committee of Kenneth Lacovara and Devon Powers. For more information about ScholarSip or to suggest a future topic, please contact: Jenny James Lee at 215.571.4095 or jaj92@drexel.edu.

* Drexel's Academic Bistro is located on the 6th floor of the Academic Building on 33rd Street. It is directly adjacent to Drexel Pizza.

Title:Policies and Procedures for the Paperless Office
Date:Thursday, June 18, 2015
Time:10:00am - 12:00pm
Presenter:Alexis Antracoli
Location:W. W. Hagerty Library, L33
Campus:University City Campus
Categories:Records Management, Workshop
Registration:Registration is required for this event.
Description:

As more offices go paperless, University employees have many questions about how they can best accomplish digitization and/or born-digital business processes.  This workshop introduces attendees to the policy requirements for transitioning to a full digital process, including approved systems, imaging standards and metadata requirements, required approvals, and resources project implementation.  At the end of the session, employees will understand requirements for electronic recordkeeping, who to contact to get started, and what resources are available to help them implement their new system.