NYC Interns

Fatou Diallo ’14 turned a U.N. internship into something much more.

NYC Interns

Ariel Gitlin ’13 got to pursue her love of comedy in the city hotspot Amy Poehler founded.

Student Debt

Dayna Knight ’15 came to Drew knowing she wouldn’t be crippled by student debt.

South of the Border

Ricardo Castro brought his soccer cleats all the way from Mexico.

Triple Threat

One varsity sport was never enough for Kati Eggert.

Winning Streak

Raul Smego talks about the long-lived domination of men’s tennis in the Landmark Conference.

Pure Chemistry

The science that won my heart.

Launching a Nobel Laureate

Drew physics professor Jim Supplee planted a seed one summer long ago.

Challenging Cholera

A double major studies a molecule that plays a role in the bacterium that causes cholera.

Civic Scholar Goes Worldwide

Emily Kubin ’14 builds on civic leadership she started long before she came to Drew.

Honors Students’ Advantage

Baldwin Honors students had the rare chance to sit in on a class taught by former U.N. Secretary Kofi Annan.

Drug Discovery Research with RISE

Biology major Christian Maggio preps to take down virulent viruses.

Drew’s MAT Program Hits Stride

Does the Master of Arts in Teaching program attract award-winning students? Or build them?

Meet Four Civic Scholars

They’re part of an ever-growing group at Drew, now topping 100.

Futures in Stock

Want to help students master the market? Put cold, hard cash in their hands and let them loose.

Semester on Contemporary Art

Drew students see works in collections, but also art—and history—as it’s being made.

United Nations Semester

Drew’s U.N. Semester, the first in the nation, has been running for more than 50 years.

Wall Street Semester

In the words of one student, no pun intended, it offers “a wealth of knowledge.”

Recruitment for the College

Meet the new faculty for 2013-14.

Private Funds for Summer College

Each summer, dozens of low-income highschoolers from Newark and New York City test drive college for a week.

Endowed Professorship & New Book

Jonathan Rose, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of History, publishes a new book from Yale University Press examining the literary side of Winston Churchill.

Funding for Applied Research

Grant allowed anthropology professor Joslyn Cassady to pursue health awareness research in the Amish community.