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Joseph Anton has always had a passion for nursing and health care. For 15 years he channeled that passion through his various roles with Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. In 2009, however, Anton decided that he wanted to take his career to the next level, and he knew he would nee...
As the nursing field continues to evolve and licensing requirements grow ever more stringent, there has never been a better time to pursue a master’s degree in nursing. In fact, some experts say that the MSN is fast becoming the gold standard for nurses when it comes to professional advancement.
James Ritter didn’t always dream of being a librarian. In fact, during his undergraduate studies, he thought he’d become a lawyer or a politician. Yet somehow, through a unique transition from working in the banking industry to pursuing a Master’s in Library and Information Science degree online wit...
For Tim Day, a 2015 graduate of Drexel University, what started as a school project about two years ago quickly turned into a small game company, two apps available for purchase on the iOS App store and the Google Play store, and some cash.
As an employee of a Drexel Online partner organization, Brian Dean was able to receive significant tuition savings to participate in the Drexel University College of Medicine’s Master’s in Clinical Research Organization and Management program.
As a young professional employed by the U.S. Department of the Navy, Alderman wanted to further his education. He quickly found that Drexel University was one of only a few campus-based institutions providing advanced degrees in project management online.
Marissa Anderson came into the field of communication with a passion for learning the inner-workings of television—a curiosity spurred by her having the unique opportunity to star in the 1990s children’s game show “Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?” It was with that passion in mind that Anderso...
Drexel’s 2015 commencement was the largest graduation ceremony in the schools’ history. Among those celebrating the culmination of their Drexel journey were more than 1,275 online students, residing across the United States and abroad.
You are among a special group of graduates who have the drive and determination to earn a degree online. Drexel University President John Fry has some special words for our Class of 2015!
Addressing the audience for Drexel’s fourth annual Memorial Day Primer, John McGarrigle discussed instances of service members being honored throughout history.
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