For a better experience, click the Compatibility Mode icon above to turn off Compatibility Mode, which is only for viewing older websites.

Slideshow Undergrad photo cropped

Imagination. Innovation. Impact.

Read more

Slideshow Masters Co-op photo cropped

Graduate co-ops provide master’s students with first-hand experience in specialized fields to advance engineering careers.

Read more

Slideshow PhD photo cropped

PhD researchers engage in advancing solutions to today’s most pressing societal challenges.

Read more

Slideshow Co-op photo cropped

Experiential learning as early as freshman year 

Read more

Slideshow Research photo cropped

Leaders in practical and use-inspired research

Read more

Recent NewsSubscribe to our RSS Feed

“Explore the Materials that Impact Your World” at the Seventh Annual Philly Materials Day

November 30, 2016

What do running across liquid, making ice cream in seconds, and bendable glass have to do with your day-to-day life? The general public has the opportunity to find out this and more about how materials science and engineering impacts their world at the annual Philly Materials Science and Engineering Day (Philly Materials Day), to be hosted at Drexel University.
Read More »


CoE Professors Selected as “Highly Cited Researchers” for 3 Consecutive Years

November 29, 2016

Two College of Engineering professors, Yury Gogotsi, Ph.D., Distinguished University and Trustee Chair Professor of the Materials Science and Engineering department, and Peter DeCarlo, Ph.D., Assistant Professor and Graduate Studies Advisor of the Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering department, were selected as “Highly Cited Researchers 2016” by Clarivate Analytics, formerly the IP & Science Business of Thomson Reuters. Both professors have been selected as Highly Cited Researchers for three consecutive years.
Read More »


Students Build Multi-Use Drop Vehicles

November 21, 2016

The challenge: Prove the practicality of a compact cube-shaped vehicle transforming into a drone, navigating to a particular destination and then dropping its payload at the targeted spot. Over the summer, three rising mechanical engineering sophomores in the Students Tackling Advanced Research (STAR) Scholars Program took on this ambitious task. The result is a prototype that shows promise in its early stages. So-called drop vehicles can be used to deliver food and medical care packages to war zones, online orders to front doors or ultimately, probes to outer space to explore planets.
Read More »


View All Recent News

Spotlight on Research

Ripplocation spotlight 2016

Every material can bend and break. Through nearly a century’s worth of research, scientists have had a pretty good understanding of how and why. But, according to new findings from Drexel University materials science and engineering researchers, our understanding of how layered materials succumb to stresses and strains was lacking. The report suggests that, when compressed, layered materials — everything from sedimentary rocks, to beyond-whisker-thin graphite — will form a series of internal buckles, or ripples, as they deform.

Learn More