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Welcome to Twitter, Public Safety
Looking for the latest update on campus safety and security? Drexel Public Safety is here for you, and has launched their new Twitter account, on which the department will publish campus notices, promote community events, share important safety tips, and much more. Follow Public Safety: @DrexelDPS!
Stay Cool at Cookies With Cops
Swing by Cookies With Cops for a chance to interact with Drexel police officers while enjoying some refreshments and conversation to break up your day. The next event will be held July 14 from 3:30–5:30 pm on the southeast corner of 33dr and Arch streets, next to the Buckley Field entrance.
Next Big Idea Club Courses Now Available in Career Pathway
Talent Development is thrilled to announce 42 new online courses based on Next Big Idea Club’s non-fiction books, available now in Career Pathway.
The Next Big Idea Club is a book subscription community curated by some of the world’s leading thinkers.
These new courses feature videos from the authors themselves, sharing their insights directly with learners. Each course focuses on the author’s book with the videos, overview of topic areas, reflections, and quotes.
Browse these courses now on Career Pathway, and visit the Next Big Idea Club website for more information on their subscription community.
Drexel Rrecognized as One of Philadelphia’s Healthiest Employers
Drexel is always looking for ways to enhance the health and wellness benefits offered to faculty and professional staff. In fact, Drexel University has been recognized by the Philadelphia Business Journal‘s annual Healthiest Employers Awards program, which honors organizations for creating exceptional workplaces that their employees value highly through programs that integrate mental health benefits, telehealth options, and virtual fitness/health and nutrition coaching. At the center of Drexel’s commitment to fostering a culture of wellness is A Healthier U, a Human Resources initiative providing opportunities to support employee wellbeing and enhance the body, mind and spirit of the Drexel community. Visit DrexelNEWS to learn more about Drexel’s efforts in creating a healthy and inclusive work environment
Reminder: Temporary Changes to Shuttle Service
Due to a masonry repair project at Nesbitt Hall, the bus stop at 33rd and Market streets for the Dragon (Center City) Route and Powelton/Spring Garden Route is being moved temporarily. The following changes to the Shuttle Service will be in effect until further notice.
- Dragon Route: Board at the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building lot at 33rd and Ludlow streets. Dragon shuttles won’t be able to discharge passengers on 32nd and Market streets due to this change; otherwise, the schedule for this shuttle remains the same.
- Powelton/Spring Garden Route: Board at the 33rd and Market location next to Haggerty Library. The bus will travel its regular route on its regular schedule to and from Vidas Athletic Complex.
Please visit Drexel’s transportation web page for more information.