Check Out the DSPH Student Virtual Lounge

DSPH Student Affairs is excited about the new Virtual Student Lounge, available Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM to support and connect the DSPH community.

Students may utilize this online space to study, socialize, connect, and interact with fellow DSPH students.

LOGIN TO THE VIRTUAL LOUNGE

Community Guidelines

Drexel University is committed to providing a learning, living, and working environment free from discrimination, harassment, and gender-based and sexual misconduct. Students are expected to abide by all policies outlined in the Code of Conduct while interacting online.

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REMINDER: Career Mapping (Fall PDS #4)

Join us for the Professional Development Series workshop: Career Mapping, on Wednesday, October 28 from 1PM-2PM EST!

In part 4 of the Professional Development Series, you will be able to cultivate an overview of career mapping through identifying: career goals, defining a career path, developing a plan, and reviewing the plan.

REGISTER

Zoom link will be provided after registration

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*Please note, all Dornsife students are welcome to attend this workshop and the Professional Development Series events!

REMINDER: Coffee & Convos with Angelique Hrycko

Registration Link: https://drexel.zoom.us/j/87055452529

Angelique Hrycko, a Philadelphia native, graduated from Boston College in ’08 and went on to study at Drexel’s Dornsife School of Public Health (MPH ’12), where she focused on Health Management and Policy. She went on to work for a boutique consulting firm outside of Boston, MA called Day Health Strategies, where she helped states implement aspects of the Affordable Care Act, particularly around their health insurance marketplaces. For the past four years, she has been at Boston Children’s Hospital and has spanned a few roles. The first three years were spent with Patient Safety and Quality, which included reporting to the Chief and Vice President on various quality and high reliability initiatives. Currently, she works with operational and administrative leaders and is a Process Manager on the Strategic Access Transformation team, which is focused on developing and implementing the hospital’s revenue cycle and access models of the future. During her time at Children’s, Angelique completed a graduate certificate in Strategic Management through Harvard and has lectured at Boston University’s School of Public Health and Boston College. 

Angelique is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), was invited to be on the ACHE of MA Programming Committee this past Spring and created and recently led a webinar with Boston leaders on telehealth and the patient experience for ACHE members. She was recently named the Director of Operations and Communications for Tomorrow’s Women Today, an invite-only women’s leadership group based in Boston. Angelique is a long-time rower, a lover of both Boston and Philadelphia, and loves living in Portsmouth, NH with her husband.