The Office of the Provost and University Libraries are pleased to co-host the fifth annual Celebrating Drexel Authors event on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm. The event showcases the work of Drexel faculty, staff, and students who authored or edited books and journals published in 2016.
Since it first began in 2012, the Celebrating Drexel Authors event has recognized over 250 publications edited or authored by members of the Drexel University community.
I am Psyched! Inspiring Histories, Inspiring Lives: Women of Color in Psychology is a new, multimedia pop-up exhibit that explores the history and contemporary contributions of women of color in psychology. As part of Women’s History Month, this program was designed by members of the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Women’s Programs Office, in partnership with the Council on Women and Girls at The White House and the Smithsonian Institution Affiliations program.
Arriving just in time to add to the celebration and buzz of the 125th anniversary of Drexel University’s founding is the digitized archive of Philadelphia’s morning newspaper, The Inquirer. Now Drexel students and faculty can read first-person reporting about the founding of Drexel! The Inquirer is one of the oldest surviving daily newspapers in the United States, and this first-ever digitized edition is a boon for students, scholars, and anyone interested in the history of Philadelphia and the nation.