Drexel University College of Engineering

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Join our dynamic and diverse community of inquisitive scholars and gain the knowledge, skills and context needed to develop as a leader in a changing world.

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The College of Engineering invites applicants for tenure-track assistant professor faculty positions across multiple departments in the cluster themes of energy and sustainability; smart, integrated cities; and health, wellness, and medicine.

Cluster Hiring Initiative

The College of Engineering invites applicants for tenure-track assistant professor faculty positions across multiple departments in the cluster themes of energy and sustainability; smart, integrated cities; and health, wellness, and medicine.

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One Company, Many Co-op Paths

Bryan O’Toole, Meghan Wickersham and Daniel Inglis have found the same employer for their co-ops, but it’s helping each of them achieve a different goal.

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Keeping the Cosmos Clean, Starting with Mars

Drexel alumna Moogega Cooper is making sure that humanity’s exploration of space is safe for the planets we visit.

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Maritime Muses: Using Aquatic Biology to Inspire Mechanical Design

James Tangorra, PhD, studies the biomechanics of marine animals to inform designs of aquatic robots. A new grant from the Office of Naval Research is expanding his work.

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Areas of Study

Engineering offers 11 undergraduate majors plus a number of minors and concentrations, as well as 18 graduate degree programs.

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Research and Design

The college educates through innovative research, using current technologies and a focus on critical societal challenges.

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