- 1 To Do
- 2 Presidents
- 2.1 Creese
- 2.2 Gaither
- 2.3 Breslin
- 2.4 Fry
- 3 Greek life
- 4 Alumni
- 5 References
- Finish history page
- Mention Pearlstein Gallery is by Philip Johnson and so is the LeBow building and the Bossone Center was by I.M. Pei.
- Create articles on presidents who pass notability guidelines
- MacAlister (began it) Done
- Godfrey (organized it) Done
- Matheson (expanded it (coop, Curtis/Van R)) Done
- Kolbe (renamed it/expanded it/reorganized it) Not done (Needs more specific sources for the info added)
- Rea Done
- Disque (interim) Done
- Hagerty (expanded it, university status) Done
- Expand the article on Anthony Joseph Drexel
- public schools in pittsburgh
- Princeton in 1914
- Enlisted in the Army during WWI, served as lieutenant of field artillery
- Graduated from Princeton in 1918
- MS from Princeton in 1920
- General secretary for the The American-Scandinavian Foundation for which he received the Order of Vasa in 1928.
William S. Gaither (born 1932) was.
- Ph.D. civil engineering
- 1970 became dean of the College of Marine Studies at the University of Delaware.
"He came toDrexel from the University of Delaware, where he was a professor and dean of the university's College of Marine Studies - which he founded in 1970 in Newark, Del."
Sexual harassment charge -> Board vote of no confidence -> Resigned Oct 87
- Pothier, Dick (April 27, 1985), Drexel To Install A President With Undersea Vision, pp. B01 Unknown parameter
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- Stevens, William (June 7, 1987), Harassment Charge Poses Threat To Leadership Of Drexel U. Head, New York Times, retrieved 2008-04-11 Check date values in:
Richard Breslin (born 1937 or 1938) was a teacher and academic administrator of several educational institutions.
1988-1994 "Following Breslin's tumultuous tenure (not to mention the days of former president Willard Gaither, who resigned in 1987 following a sexual harassment scandal)" Drexel prez 1988 to 1994 November 1994
- Collins, Huntly (July 25, 1990), Making Its Presence Svelte Drexel President Prepares For Leaner Future, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. B01 Check date values in:
- Vrazo, Fawn, Molly Yard Of Now To Lecture At Drexel, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. E04
- Vrazo, Fawn (March 12, 1990), At Drexel, A Split Over Molly Yard Some Faculty Questions Cancellation Of Her Class., Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. E01 Check date values in:
- O'Reilly, David (June 3, 1993), Out To Win Richard Breslin In Paid Very Well To Make Tough Decisions, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. G01 Check date values in:
- Farmelant, Scott (November 16, 1995), Taki-ng Control, City Paper, retrieved 2008-04-03 Check date values in:
- DREXEL ANOINTS 11TH PRESIDENT
- Goodman, Howard (September 22, 1994), Drexel U. President Resigning, Philadelphia Inquirer, pp. A01 Check date values in:
John Anderson Fry (born 1960/1961 (age 57–58))
95-02 exec vp and COO of UPenn
Franklin and Marshall
nearly 8 years "a tenure marked by growth, construction, and improved finances."
Named as Drexel University president on March 10, 2010. Will assume office on August 1, 2010.
- Snyder, Susan (March 10, 2010). "Drexel to name John A. Fry president". Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 2010-03-10.
- "John A. Fry Named Drexel University's 14th President". Drexel University. March 10, 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-10.
check for Chronicle of Higher Education feature
eg. Dartmouth College Greek organizations PHC IFC MGC
|Alpha Sigma Alpha||Nu Nu||May 13, 1925||Active|
|Delta Phi Epsilon||Delta Epsilon||February 1, 1947||Active|
|Delta Zeta||Epsilon Zeta||October 12, 1956||Active|
|Phi Mu||Beta Tau||April 10, 1954||Active|
|Phi Sigma Sigma||Beta Rho||May 17, 1961||Active|
|Fraternity||Lambda Upsilon Delta||Local||1900||?||Inactive|||
|Fraternity||Tau Rho Delta||Local||1905||1915||Inactive|||
|Fraternity||Delta Epsilon Beta||Local||?||?||Inactive|
|Fraternity||Kappa Sigma Delta||Pi Kappa Phi||1919||2003||Inactive|
|Fraternity||Phi Kappa Beta||Tau Kappa Epsilon||1919||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Delta Sigma Alpha||Theta Chi||1927||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Alpha Upsilon Mu||Lambda Chi Alpha||1927||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Kappa Phi Delta||Sigma Alpha Mu||1921||1999||Inactive|
|Fraternity||Alpha Pi Lambda||Local||1935||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Sigma Alpha Theta||Sigma Alpha Epsilon||1966||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Alpha Chi Rho||Alpha Chi Rho||1992||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Alpha Epsilon Pi||Alpha Epsilon Pi||1995||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Sigma Phi Epsilon||Sigma Phi Epsilon||1999||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Pi Kappa Alpha||Pi Kappa Alpha||2001||Present||Active|
|Fraternity||Phi Kappa Psi||Phi Kappa Psi||2001||Present||Active|
|Sorority||Omega Delta Epsilon||Alpha Sigma Alpha||1922||Present||Active|
|Sorority||Kappa Delta Gamma||Delta Zeta||1923||Present||Active|||
|Sorority||Pi Sigma Gamma||Local?||1934||?||Inactive||Catholic only|
|Sorority||Sigma Omicron Pi||Delta Phi Epsilon||1942||Present||Active|
|Sorority||Phi Mu||Phi Mu||1954||Present||Active|
|Sorority||Omega Phi||Phi Sigma Sigma||1959||Present||Active|
|Sorority||Phi Delta Nu||Sigma Sigma Sigma||1921||1974||Inactive|||
William T. Schleyer Former CEO of the defunct Adelphia Communications Corporation
- President and Chief Executive Officer - AT&T Broadband 01 - 03
- Chairman and Chief Executive Officer - Adelphia Communications Corp. 03 - 07
- Serves as a corporate director for Rogers Communications Inc. since 98
- McDonald p. 260
- McDonald p. 261
- mem hist says 1924
- McDonald, p. 262 "Two years after the establishment of collegiate fraternities at the Institute, a local sorority, Phi Delta Nu, came into being, and was nationalized in 1926 as Sigma Sigma Sigma."
- "Board Members and Bios". Inter-American Association of Sanitation and Environmental Engineering. 2003. Retrieved 2008-06-03.
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