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Drexel Hosts Another Successful Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day

March 03, 2015

Once again Drexel Engineering hosted Introduce a Girl to Engineering day, a free event for girls in grades 6-12. This year, we welcomed our largest group yet. Due to space constraints in Bossone, registration was capped at 180 girls and operated with a wait list.... Read More »


Drexel Engineering Student In Best Picture Boyhood

March 02, 2015

Jamie Howard, a senior in the electrical engineering program at Drexel’s College of Engineering, had a role in the critically acclaimed film "Boyhood," directed by Richard Linklater. The film, which takes place over the course of twelve years, is a coming-of-age drama that follows a boy’s life (played by Ellar Coltrane) from age six to eighteen. Howard played the role of the main character’s stepsister, Mindy Welbrock. "Boyhood" recently won the 2015 Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture. ... Read More »


Ellen Kullman Awarded 2015 Engineering Leader of the Year Award

February 26, 2015

Ellen Kullman, Chair of the Board of Directors and CEO of DuPont, was awarded the 2015 Engineering Leader of the Year Award on Monday, February 23 at the Union League of Philadelphia. Over 200 Drexel alumni, benefactors, faculty, students and staff were in attendance.... Read More »


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 Loco Robo

If Pramod Abichandani succeeds, swarms of tiny robots will invade grade school classrooms throughout the Philadelphia area. While he’s far from an evil genius, Abichandani did have a wild idea a few years ago about how to implement a low-cost STEM curriculum based around robotics and coding. And with the help of his little, robotic sidekicks, he might just make it happen.

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