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Drexel University Named One of the “Top STEAM-Friendly Schools” by Diversity in STEAM Magazine

April 15, 2015

Diversity in STEAM Magazine has chosen Drexel as one of the “Top STEAM Friendly Schools” in the country. The list was created to honor those schools that provide an excellent, well-rounded education in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM). ... Read More »


College of Engineering Alumni Inducted into the Circle of Distinction

April 14, 2015

This year, Dr. Jeffrey S. Barrett, Joan H. Facey, Stanley L. King, and Robert Lifshin, will be inducted into the College of Engineering’s Circle of Distinction, the highest honor that the College of Engineering bestows upon alumni.... Read More »


Drexel Engineering Students Receive the Koerner Family Awards

April 07, 2015

The Koerner Family Awards for Graduate Students in the College of Engineering continues to support the research of Drexel Engineering graduate students this year by awarding nine students. Founded by Robert M. Koerner, Ph.D (’56, ’63) and his wife Paula Koerner, the awards fund allows graduate students to continue to pursue research in electrical, chemical, mechanical, environmental, and biomedical engineering.... 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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