Alumni are valued members of the College of Engineering and Drexel communities. Staying connected and engaging with classmates, faculty and students results in a rich cohesive community, emphasizing service, recognition and respect. In our commitment to develop the next generation of world-class engineers, we rely on you to tell them your stories as you navigate through the opportunities and challenges of your career.
As alumni, you are a rich and diverse resource. Over the years, alumni involvement whether in the form of volunteering, mentoring, or providing co-op experiences in your organizations have added depth and quality to the academic character of the College. Gifts have funded scholarships, professorships and facilities enhancements that have resulted in the expansion of the College’s impact on academic and societal levels.
We thank you for your continued involvement and support. We celebrate your achievements and encourage a strong relationship with the College and the University.
For all opportunities regarding alumni involvement, please visit the Drexel Alumni website.
Lockheed Martin’s Jeffrey Wilcox gives a rousing speech at ELOY award ceremony.
Drexel alumni visited Kennedy Space Center and heard from retired U.S. Navy captain and former NASA astronaut Chris Ferguson ’84.
Several months after being named one of Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30,” alumnus Tirthak Saha founds an energy company of his own.
CoE Alumnus and ER doctor Basil Harris won the 2017 Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize, turning science fiction into science to bring patients the next generation of healthcare.
College of Engineering alumni are engaged individuals who are making a significant contribution to their companies, the region and the world. We feature some of our alumni on our website and in our Alumni Newsletter.
Elaine Elbich ’88 works with Bob Crawford ’85, ’87 on the I-95 Girard Avenue interchange project.
The founder and president of BrickSimple develops innovative applications for cutting-edge technologies.