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One Drexel University student is currently in South Korea for a co-op working at the 2018 Winter Olympics and Winter Paralympics games.
Serving International Graduate Students on Campus and Abroad
Graduate Students on Campus and Abroad
The International Graduate Student Association plays a big part in helping foreign students find their footing at Drexel.
Dragons Dream Big About Seeing the World at Passport Day
7 Reasons to Cheer for Drexel's New Fundraising Campaign
How the School of Education Helped a Student Recover From Disaster
In the wake of a series of devastating hurricanes, Drexel faculty and students came together to help an EdD student get her elementary school up and running and speed along the recovery process.
A PhD Student Giving Voice to the Voiceless in a Push for Gender Equity
Drawing International Inspiration From Study Abroad in Singapore
Drexel Celebrates Convocation With an Eye on the Power of Truth
Just Squeeze In — Drexel Researchers Discover When Spaces Are Tight, Nature Loosens Its Laws
It turns out that when they’re in a hurry and space is limited, ions, like people, will find a way to cram in — even if that means defying nature’s norms. Recently published research from an international team of scientists, including Drexel University’s Yury Gogotsi, PhD, shows that the charged particles will actually forgo their “opposites attract” behavior, called Coulombic ordering, when confined in the tiny pores of a nanomaterial. This discovery could be a pivotal development for energy storage, water treatment and alternative energy production technologies, which all involve ions packing into nanoporous materials.
Pennoni’s Yearlong Symposium Takes a Closer Look at Community