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Drake ranked among top universities in the nation in 2021 U.S. News & World Report ranking

Drake ranked among top universities in the nation in 2021 U.S. News & World Report ranking

Drake University is one of the nation’s leading universities, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Colleges rankings. The 2021 edition of Best Colleges places Drake 124th among 389 of the nation’s most elite private and public doctoral institutions, advancing six spots from last year’s rankings. This is the second year U.S. News...

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Nombramiento de Alejandro Hernández como decano del Colegio de Negocios y Administración Pública de Drake

Nombramiento de Alejandro Hernández como decano del Colegio de Negocios y Administración Pública de Drake

Click for English Sue Mattison, rectora de Drake University anunció el día de hoy que Alejandro Hernández ha sido nombrado decano del Colegio de Negocios y Administración Pública, efectivo el 14 de agosto de 2020. Antes de unirse a Drake, Hernández estuvo en Wells Fargo & Company donde recientemente ejerció como vicepresidente senior estando a...

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Alejandro Hernandez named dean of  Drake’s College of Business and Public Administration

Alejandro Hernandez named dean of Drake’s College of Business and Public Administration

Click para Español Drake University Provost Sue Mattison announced today that Alejandro Hernandez has been named dean of the College of Business and Public Administration, effective Aug. 14, 2020. Hernandez joins Drake from Wells Fargo & Company, where he most recently served as senior vice president responsible for corporate social responsibility strategy and reporting. A...

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Drake University Law School to offer spring enrollment for first time in history

Drake University Law School to offer spring enrollment for first time in history

For the first time in its 155-year history, Drake Law School is offering a spring enrollment option, a choice no other law school in Iowa—and few in the country—offers. Incoming Drake Law students will have the option of beginning law school in January 2021, rather than waiting until June or August, the traditional start dates....

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Asst. Professor Holdren publishes book on history of workers’ compensation laws

Asst. Professor Holdren publishes book on history of workers’ compensation laws

Nate Holdren, assistant professor of law, politics, and society, recently published his first book, Injury Impoverished: Workplace Accidents, Capitalism, and Law in the Progressive Era. The book, published in the Cambridge University Press series Historical Studies in American Law and Society, examines the creation and early operation of workers’ compensation laws in the early twentieth...

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Three students recognized by Fulbright program continuing a strong Drake tradition

Three students recognized by Fulbright program continuing a strong Drake tradition

Three Drake University students were recognized by the 2020–2021 Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Two students were named finalists while a third will be an alternate in what is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. A finalist is an applicant who was approved by the host country and offered a Fulbright...

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Celebrating Juneteenth—Friday, June 19

Celebrating Juneteenth—Friday, June 19

President Marty Martin announced today that this Friday, June 19, will be an official holiday at Drake University so that the campus community can observe Juneteenth.Read the full message below. This Friday will mark the 155th celebration of “Juneteenth,” an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. It was on June...

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Drake University statement on state legislation targeting use of SAVE funds

Drake University statement on state legislation targeting use of SAVE funds

The following is a statement from Drake University in response to legislation approved by the Iowa Senate to change the law in regard to approving school district athletic facilities: “It is surprising and extremely disappointing that state legislators have chosen to usurp a unanimous decision made by locally elected school board members and retroactively change...

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Standing for Justice

Standing for Justice

Dear colleagues and students, George Floyd died one week ago today, handcuffed and pinned to the ground by Officer Derek Chauvin of the Minneapolis Police Department. The video of the arrest shows Officer Chauvin with his knee on Mr. Floyd’s neck while Mr. Floyd pleads with the officer, telling him that he is in pain...

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College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences adapts to take the “physical” out of athletic training education

College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences adapts to take the “physical” out of athletic training education

As students and medical professionals alike are well aware, athletic training is physical and extremely hands-on. Yet Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Athletic Training Coordinator of Clinical Education Megan Brady leveraged the non-traditional setting to teach career-long lessons to her students. “As athletic trainers, we are trained to constantly adapt to changes—some sudden, some...

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