Monthly Archives: August 2015

PhilaU Business Student Launches Coffee Drink For Athletes: Technically Philly

PhilaU business student Jordan DeCicco launched the energy coffee drink Sunniva with the help of PhilaU Blackstone LaunchPad, Technically Philly reported Aug. 11. The first bottles of the all-natural, protein-packed drink will be on the shelves of Whole Foods in …

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PhilaU Student-Athletes Lead D2ADA Academic Achievement for Fourth Year

The Division 2 Athletic Directors Association announced this week that 67 PhilaU student-athletes received Academic Achievement Awards, leading the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference for the fourth year in a row. Read more at PhilaU Athletics.  

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The PhilaU Entrepreneurs: Jordan DeCicco Creates Coffee Energy Drink for Athletes

  After a futile search for a healthy iced coffee drink to boost his energy before 5 a.m. basketball practices, Philadelphia University business student Jordan DeCicco decided to make his own. He conjured up a ramped-up coffee drink in his …

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PhilaU Industry Partnerships Leading Innovation in Higher Education: Philadelphia Business Journal

PhilaU’s program of industry partnerships is helping lead the transformation of higher education, the Philadelphia Business Journal reported July 31 in the story “5 ways Philadelphia is getting smarter about higher education.” “Partnerships with industry giants such as Verizon, Johnson …

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PhilaU Industrial Design Students Create Products for Target: CBS Philly, Philadelphia Business Journal, Philly Voice

Four industrial design students created innovative products for Target’s back-to-school line, CBS Philly reported Aug. 2. Nick Friez, who created a bedside storage unit, and Chloe Muller, who designed a convertible laundry bag, were interviewed about the project, for which …

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PhilaU Student Chloe Muller Designs Laundry Bag for Target: The Daily Star

Industrial design senior Chloe Muller created an innovative laundry bag for Target’s back-to-school line, the Oneonta, N.Y., Daily Star reported Aug. 5. The bag is available in stores and online here. Muller and three other PhilaU industrial design students had …

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