“Tesla was a very attractive choice as my second co-op for many reasons, mostly due to the large influence the company currently has. Also, electric cars (Teslas specifically) are awesome!"
“Crayola was my second co-op experience, where I was able to work in Research & Development. The natural creative environment that is R&D, coupled with the creative minds of the ‘Crayolians’, was an experience unlike any other I have ever or will ever have again.
When asked what he has most benefitted from in his time at Drexel, Anthony Abel answered without hesitation: “The opportunities for undergraduate research.” That led to his first co-op at Heraeus Tech, where he worked on developing materials for printed circuit board technology.
As part of a new co-op with nonprofit PeaceTech Lab, which develops or deploys technology to reduce conflict, environmental engineering student Bryce Peckman has brainstormed ways technology can benefit hungry families.
“As my first co-op, I had the opportunity to be a research engineer at University West’s Production Technology Center research group called Production Technology West (PTW) in Trollhättan, Sweden.”
As the sun was setting, Matthew C. Wiese ’18 was holding his breath as he waited with others at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral in November . Would the weather satellite he played a part in bringing to launch be a go—or scrubbed at the last second?