field work 2 - Nick Ruggieri The two schools that I...

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Nick Ruggieri The two schools that I selected to do my second field work assignment were the University of Penn and Drexel University. First and foremost, I decided to visit these universities for the obvious reason that they are very close in proximity but also because I had no previous knowledge about these two universities before I went and wanted to see how similar/different they were. During this assignment I went to the two different universities as well as researched them online. Drexel is primarily a private, teaching school and was founded in 1891. Their mission is to “serve their students and society through comprehensive and integrated academic offerings enhanced by technology, co-op education, and clinical practice in an urban setting, with a global outreach embracing research, scholarly activities and community initiatives.” Based off this mission statement we can tell this school is devoted to technology in their institution and we can see this when we examine the campus as well as the website. The website has a very scholarly look to it and offers you two different tour options. The one option is called Drexel in 360 degrees and shows you pictures and descriptions of the main buildings at Drexel including the Quad, Hagerty Library, Creese student center, and more. The
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