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Applications for graduate and undergraduate students to present at the 10th Annual Student Conference on Global Challenges are now open! Projects or research conducted inside or outside of the classroom relating to the global theme: Crossing Borders will be considered. The deadline to apply is January 27, 2017!
A passport isn’t required to enter the Drexel Study Abroad Office, but over seventy students passed through the doors of Suite 201 in the Peck Problem Solving and Research Center as proud new holders of US passports.
The secret to making the best energy storage materials is growing them with as much surface area as possible. Like baking, it requires just the right mixture of ingredients prepared in a specific amount and order at just the right temperature to produce a thin sheet of material with the perfect chemical consistency to be useful for storing energy. A team of researchers from Drexel University, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) and Tsinghua University recently discovered a way to improve the recipe and make the resulting materials bigger and better and soaking up energy — the secret? Just add salt.
Our greatest challenges today—such as urban sustainability, energy, water conservation, and public health—are global, requiring comprehensive solutions, novel research, and new collaborations.
A high percentage of English speakers and a fascination with Asian culture drew Grace to Singapore; she spent a term as an exchange student at Nanyang Technological University.
The competitive International Travel Award Program provides graduate students and faculty financial awards up to $1000 per fiscal year toward participation in an international conference outside the United States within the participant's field.
Global Classrooms are courses that engage Drexel students with students at one of our partner universities abroad through a range of interactive technologies.
Thursday, March 2, 2017
8:30 AM-5:30 PM