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      Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) at Drexel

      June 30, 2014

      EPICS (Engineering Projects In Community Service) is a service learning program that coordinates students and non-profit organizations through academically integrated community service activities with an engineering focus.

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    • Drexel Places 10th at the National Concrete Canoe Competition

      June 27, 2014

      Drexel’s concrete canoe placed 10th Overall at the 2014 National Concrete Canoe Competition that was held from June 19 to June 21, 2014 at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown in Johnstown, Pa. 

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    • Yury and Peter

      Two College of Engineering Professors Selected as “Highly Cited Researchers 2014”

      June 26, 2014

      Two College of Engineering professors, Yury Gogotsi, Distinguished University and Trustee Chair Professor of the Materials Science and Engineering department, and Peter DeCarlo, Assistant Professor of the Civil, Architectural and Environmental Engineering department, were selected as “Highly Cited Researchers 2014” by Thomson-Reuters.

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      On The Road Again...This Time, It's For Air Quality Testing

      June 24, 2014

      “Have idea, will travel” … while it’s not Drexel’s official slogan (yet) you could be forgiven if you think so. Over the last few years it seems as though research-on-wheels has become one of the university’s specialties. Add air quality to a list of mobile labs that already includes arts education and autism testing. Whether it’s in the spirit of Drexel’s community outreach mission or just an excuse for a creative paint job, students and faculty are packing their projects into a van and taking their brainpower to the people.

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    • Slurry of carbon

      Building a Better Battery With Tanks of Slurry

      June 23, 2014

      The biggest drawback preventing widespread use of renewable energy isn’t cloudy, wind-free days. It’s actually the relative stubbornness of the batteries used to store the energy generated by the solar panels and windmills. They fill up too quickly, but don’t discharge the energy quickly enough. They don’t last very long and are expensive to replace. And once they’ve run their course, it’s rather tricky to dispose of them safely. Drexel engineers have been working on a more accommodating energy storage system for the last few years – and now we have a first look at a prototype of the device called the “electrochemical flow capacitor.”

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    • Mark Kuhn

      Q&A With Mark Kuhn: Co-Founder and CEO of Oat Foundry

      June 20, 2014

      CEO of Oat Foundry and Drexel Mechanical Engineering alumni, Mark Kuhn, has been making sparks fly at his start-up company with his five fellow co-workers and other Drexel alumni. Oat Foundry specializes in rapid prototyping, 3-D modeling and printing. Part of the birth of Oat Foundry was influenced by Kuhn’s academic, co-op and study abroad experiences at Drexel. 

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      Construction Management Students Help Rebuild Mantua Block

      June 20, 2014

      Sidewalk replacing, kitchen floor installing, base trimming, carpentry making, ceiling repairing and managing to save concrete from three pouring rains sound like a month-long project; but volunteers from the College of Engineering, including students from the construction management program got by all those tasks and beyond within one day.

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    • Drexel Engineers Without Borders Hosts Conference

      June 11, 2014

      Drexel Engineers Without Borders hosted a local conference on May 31, 2014. The event attracted students from EWB chapters including Drexel University, Rutgers University, Lehigh University, Rowan University, Temple University, and the Philadelphia Professional Chapter. The Eastern PA EWB State representative, Elsy Escobar, was also in attendance.

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    • Drexel’s Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering Department Introduces Advanced Degrees in Architectural Engineering

      June 10, 2014

      Drexel University’s Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) Department announces its new doctoral program in Architectural Engineering (AE).  Drexel is the only University in the United States where one Department holds all three doctoral degrees in Civil, Environmental, and now Architectural Engineering.

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