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First-Generation College Graduates Lag Behind Their Peers on Key Economic Outcome

A recent study by the Pew Research Center indicates that while the college educated earn more over their lifetime than those who have not attended college, first generation college students are economically lagging behind their peers.  This detailed article breaks …

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New Drew Theological School Students Sign Matriculation Book

The 150-year old tradition resumes in-person

September 2021 – The Drew Theological School community had much to celebrate at the recent matriculation service. The ceremony was the first in-person gathering to sign the matriculation book, a rite of passage for all …

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Drew University Unveils Fall Forward Program

First-time college students will transition to college by enrolling mid-semester

September 2021 – Drew University is looking to meet students where they are with the new Fall Forward Program, which allows students to enroll mid-semester and take classes on a part-time …

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New Immersive Experience! The Madison Ambulance Cadet Program

Interested in exploring emergency medicine, public health, or other careers in the medical field? Have you ever thought about becoming an EMT? The Madison Ambulance (MVAC) Cadet Program was just approved as an IMMX. This semester-long program provides Drew students …

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Drew Theological School’s Summer Music Institute Celebrates its 15th Year

The virtual event drew the circle wide in music and worship

  Mark Miller with Tangy Major and Lydia Munoz T’21.

August 2021 – Worship, scripture, and song melded together during the return of Drew Theological School’s Summer Music Institute—We Will Rejoice: …

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Supporting Earthquake Relief Efforts in Haiti

There are a multitude of organizations supporting relief efforts in Haiti. If you’re looking to help, you might check out this information from NPR. Read the full article HERE. Excepts below:

Margarett Lubin, Haiti’s country representative from the aid organization …

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Welcome to Launch Bridges

Launch Bridges Micro-Internships:
Enhance your résumé and complete an Immersive Experience by working with an expert on a project of your interest

Launch Bridges micro-internships are short project-based experiences designed to develop your network, enhance your résumé, and complete an …

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Drew University Inspires High Schoolers in AdvantageArts Program

July 2021 – The Drew University Theatre and Dance Department’s AdvantageArts program returns to the stage after postponing last summer’s program due to COVID-19.

Zachery Halley (left) performs in summer 2019.
The AdvantageArts program, which began in 2010 under the …
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Drew University Social Justice Movie Club!

Invite from the Drew Alumni and Parent Communities Team:

Hello!

We’re excited to announce the launch of a new Social Justice Movie Club for all university community members! The group will discuss a new “movie that matters” every month. Discussions …

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Drew University Alum Recognized for Anti-Bullying Work

Sue Apicella C’02 earned praise and an award from the Anti-Defamation League

July 2021 – Drew University alum Sue Apicella is New Jersey’s 2020-2021 Gold Star Educator. She won the award, presented by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), for her work against …

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