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Imagination. Innovation. Impact.

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

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

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Experiential learning as early as freshman year 

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Cybersecurity at Drexel Offers Bold, New Career Path

February 19, 2018

Industry experts project that several million cybersecurity jobs will be available across the nation by 2020, and individuals qualified to fill those jobs will be in great demand. Drexel University’s College of Engineering and the College of Computing & Informatics are answering that need with new programs and courses to prepare our students—undergrads and grads—for leadership in the field. We sat down with Steven Weber, professor and interim department head of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, to find out how. Read More »

How to Engineer: Words of Wisdom for “Intro a Girl to Engineering”

February 14, 2018

The College of Engineering is pleased to present the annual Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, Saturday, Feb. 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The program continues Drexel’s commitment to civic engagement that underscores what we do best and enriches the lives of those in our community. We asked a couple of Drexel’s engineering faculty for advice we hope will encourage young women to follow in their footsteps. Read More »

Charles N. Haas Named Clarke Laureate for Microbiological Risk Research

February 12, 2018

A few months ago, when Chuck Haas walked to a podium in Irvine, California to receive one of the world’s most prestigious water research prizes, he gave a lecture that sounded a bit like the plot for a thriller movie. He described real-world, waterborne villains like Legionella and non-tuberculosis Mycobacterium and the scientists who seek to thwart them in an ongoing, high-stakes, international crusade for water safety. Turns out, that is a pretty apt description. Read More »
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Spotlight on Research

MXene Electrodes

Can you imagine fully charging your cell phone in just a few seconds? Researchers in Drexel University’s College of Engineering can, and they took a big step toward making it a reality with their recent work unveiling of a new battery electrode design in the journal Nature Energy.

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