Smart Affair

What is the Smart Affair?

On Friday, November 22, 2013, from 6-9 p.m., the Drexel Smart House will host a sustainable event at the Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building to celebrate the past accomplishments and highlight the future goals of the organization. This evening of unique info-tainment will connect Drexel students with like-minded community members and industry professionals.

To attend the event, please register at smartaffair.eventbrite.com.

What can the Smart Affair do for you?

The Smart Affair invites supporters to help our organization make a long-lasting impact in our community. This event will be the first opportunity for individual and corporate philanthropists to learn about Drexel Smart House’s recent progress and contribute to future innovations.

Acknowledgement of every contribution will appear on the official Drexel Smart House website, Facebook, and event program. The levels of sponsorship will determine additional benefits.

How can you get involved?

If you are interested in donating to this event to benefit the Smart House, please complete the donor form. In addition to financial contributions, the Smart Affair is looking for:

  • Merchandise to be used as auction items including (but not limited to): gift cards, jewelry, technological items, sports tickets/memorabilia, health clubs/salons etc.
  • Food, beverages, event decor and other materials

Thank you for taking the time to consider becoming a sponsor for the Drexel Smart House. Your generosity will help us achieve our ambitious fundraising goals. We look forward to working with you.

If you have any questions, require further information or just want to tell us how excited you are, contact smarthouseevents@drexel.edu.

Look who's talking!

“...one of the most exciting student-led projects on campus.”
-President John A. Fry, Drexel University, April 2011 speech

“Drexel University's ‘Smart House’ is one of three recipients of the World Green Energy Symposium's NOVA award, which annually honors outstanding contributions in new green-energy alternatives and innovations in existing energy technology.”
-Philadelphia Inquirer

“As their success grows, the passionate and dedicated students who run this project continue to offer pearls of wisdom for the sustainable business community.”
-Avril David, Forbes Magazine

“What does the house of the future look like? Students at Drexel University are unearthing answers through a unique student-led program: The Smart House… one of the most diverse organizations on campus.”
-Keystone Builder

“Everyone wants to see it succeed. It’s a galvanizing project. Once people get involved, they start fighting for it.”
-Kevin Malawski, 6th-year LEED AP certified architecture student at Drexel University, Architectural Record