Last summer history major Miya Carey C'11 was awarded a $3,000 fellowship that enabled her to conduct research on the cultural significance of African-American cotillions, or debutante balls, in the first half of the 20th century.
Be proud, supportive, caregivers for Drew Theological School. Step up to the challenge of honoring the past, serving the present, and defining the future for our school. Make a gift to the Living Endowment Annual Fund (LEAF)!
When I think about science at Drew, there are numerous strengths that come to mind. There is one, however, that is completely unique. No other school, large or small, domestic or international, has it. It’s known as the RISE program. (RISE stands for Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti.) This year we are celebrating our 30th anniversary, so I’d like to tell you more about it.
An AP chemistry teacher at Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pa. for the past six years, Derrick C. Wood C'04 was determined to infuse his classes with real-world applications. The curriculum he devised brought him a $10,000 award this year from the Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation, an independent federal agency dedicated to recognizing pioneering individuals.
Show your Drew pride by wearing customized Ranger Athletic wear. What is more, proceeds from all purchases will benefit Drew University Athletics. This special opportunity is available until November 29.