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Engineering Technology Student Wins Second In Student Manufacturing Design Contest

April 17, 2014

Engineering Technology student and member of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Joshua Konstantinos, won second place with his senior design project, titled “The Dragon Conductive 3-D Printer” during the 2014 Student Manufacturing Design Competition at the MSEC/NAMC Conference on June 9-14, 2014, in Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan. Konstantinos presented the project on Wednesday, June 11, and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners were announced that night during the conference banquet. 

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Dr. Peter DeCarlo Wins NSF Award to Research Aerosol Particles in Antarctica

July 10, 2014

Dr. Peter DeCarlo, Assistant Professor in the Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering (CAEE) Department and the Department of Chemistry has been granted an award from the National Science Foundation (NSF) entitled: Collaborative Research: High-resolution Study of Atmosphere, Ice, and Aerosol Interactions in Coastal Antarctica. The amount awarded is $388,798 and the project will continue for span of three years starting in July 2014.

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Drexel Faculty, Students, Among Nominees For 2014 Philadelphia Geek Awards

July 08, 2014

The annual Philadelphia Geek Awards have once again recognized the work of Drexel University’s faculty and students as some of the best examples of the city’s vibrant geek community over the past year.

Among the award nominees are Genevieve Dion, an associate professor in Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, and Ted Daeschler, PhD, an associate professor in the College of Arts & Sciences and paleontologist at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, are both nominees for “Scientist of the Year;” Greg Lobanov, an undergraduate in Westphal College whose “Coin Crypt” is up for “Game of the Year;” and a Rube Goldberg device created by undergraduate students in the College of Engineering to kick off the Philadelphia Science Festival, has been nominated for “Story of the Year.”

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