DU in the News
$125,000 gift to Drake aimed at spurring independent pharmacies
The Business Record highlights Drake as one of four schools to receive a $125,000 gift from Cardinal Health Inc.
FRONTLINE: Rape in the Fields
Drake Law School graduates Sonia Parras and Elizabeth Shoemaker are featured on Frontline.
THREE MINUTES: Ray Giacoletti
Channel 13's Dan Winters talks with Ray Giacoletti about Drake's basketball future.
Life Lesson: Living Below the Poverty Line
Students at Drake University learn what it's like to live below the poverty line while giving back to those who experience it every day.
Ankeny creates master's program for teachers
Ankeny teachers are earning a master's degree through a new partnership with Drake University.
Drake to create Institute for Diplomacy and International Affairs
New institute to provide in-depth international learning experiences for Drake students and the public.
Why seniors lack sufficient retirement income
Lisa Gardner, professor of statistics at Drake University, discusses both the current and future challenges retirees are expected to face.
YP Spotlight: Banker Bjorn Berg uses teaching skills to find success
Drake M.B.A. student Bjorn Berg is profiled in the Des Moines Register's Young Professional Spotlight.
It's been the best job I've ever had
Carlisle schools Superintendent Tom Lane will retire after 38 years in education. Lane earned his administrative certification, specialist's degree, and doctorate in education leadership from Drake.
Drake graduate accepts position as IHCC president
Marlene Sprouse recently accepted position as president of Indian Hills Community College. Sprouse received all three degrees from the Drake University School of Education.
China pork deals raise food security concerns
Peter Yu, professor of law at Drake University, comments on the limited intellectual property protections in China.
Pregnancy Takes a Turn on the Red Carpet
An essay by Renee Cramer, associate professor of law, politics and society at Drake University, is mentioned in the New York Times Style section.
Students' year-long civility project wrapping up
A story featuring Drake's public relations capstone course, which asked students to create campaigns promoting civility initiatives throughout the state of Iowa.
Drake Actuarial Science - Leah Torrison
Drake student, Leah Torrison, was featured in ValuePenguin as part of a weekly series featuring top actuarial science students in the country.
Finding a dream job in patient-centered practice
Jane Allen, alumna of the College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, discusses how her Drake experience helped her create an innovative pharmacy practice at Hy-Vee.