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We are scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and educators. We are Drexel community members, and we are members of the Philadelphia community. Above all, we are citizens. We understand that a successful society is dependent on an educated citizenry, and we know the importance of evidence-based education.


  • CASTLE Ambassadors Volunteer at the Philadelphia Science Festival


    On Saturday, April 28, 2018, seven CASTLE Ambassadors volunteered at the Philadelphia Science Festival to teach hands-on STEM lessons to the community. These undergraduate STEM majors delivered lessons dedicated to demonstrating and understanding the concept of sound. 

  • DragonsTeach Student Organization Hosts Earth Day Fair


    On Friday, April 20, 2018 the DragonsTeach Student Organization (DTSO) hosted an Earth Day Fair for 3rd-5th grade students at Greenfield Elementary School. Eight undergraduate STEM majors organized STEM activities such as “cloud in a jar” and “oil spill clean-up” to help younger students understand different environmental processes. Greenfield students were also able to discover their carbon footprint and contribute to a large banner with a pledge to care for the environment.


  • Drexel CASTLE invites conversation on STEM education transformation through seminar series


    The CASTLE seminar series is focused on continuous improvements in STEM education teaching and learning. Dr. Adam Fontecchio, Director of CASTLE, invites speakers from a variety of institutions to lead conversations on local, regional and national trends in the transformation of STEM education. The seminar is open to all who are interested in STEM education.

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