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An engineering PhD student has received the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship, and two engineering alumni received Honorable Mentions.
Cooper, a master’s and doctoral graduate of Drexel, will receive an honorary degree.
Eight Drexel Engineering alumni are featured in Drexel Magazine’s 10th annual “40 Under 40” list.
Vanessa Brown-Nedrick’s path to becoming the first Black female owner in Remington & Vernick’s history has more than one stop at Drexel.
The 1984 Drexel graduate has logged more than 40 days in space across three missions to the International Space Station.
In recognition of Women’s History Month, the College of Engineering celebrates women who had made an impact on the College’s past, present and future.
The entrepreneur’s nonprofit has a plan to connect more women to futures in STEM.
Joseph Carleone has supported doctoral students for more than a decade. Now, he’s looking to get other alumni involved.
The Koerner Family Fellowship continues the legacy of a longtime Drexel professor.
Drexel alumna Moogega Cooper is making sure that humanity’s exploration of space is safe for the planets we visit.
Six engineering alumni are featured in Drexel Magazine’s annual “40 Under 40” compendium.
Stevens will also receive an honorary degree at the virtual ceremony, which is slated for June 9.
Engineering alumnus Dante Sawatzky needed help monitoring temperatures in his apple orchard. ECE researcher Christopher Peters gave him a head start.
The 1985 master’s alumnus has contributed to projects that have shaped city centers and skylines.
While his career followed an unusual path, Drexel Engineering alumnus Robert Bahar uses his skills to tell the stories that the world needs to hear.
Oat Foundry, a local specialty engineering shop founded by Drexel Engineering alumni, brings old school design aesthetic to a modern world.
Drexel alumnus Bilen Akuzum is using electrochemical technology to make clean water accessible to those whose traditional sources are being affected by climate change.
Civil Engineer Danielle Schroeder earns ASCE service award built on a career of inspiring girls to pursue STEM.
The group includes 10 alumni from the College of Engineering.
Bob Quaglia ’86 has been helping to shape the fate of Drexel co-op students, like he once was, as a manager at Woodward McCoach Inc. since 1994.
Bill Waldron has been managing Drexel engineering co-op students for 25 of the 30 years he’s been with AT&T Mobility. He told DrexelNow about the keys to success for a rewarding co-op.
A CoE materials science alumnus finds a new research home pursuing his doctorate at Cambridge University, England.
Alumni Spotlight: MEM’s Cliff Hess ’66, celebrates his long career with NASA and the space program.
MEM alumnus James Hing, PhD, scores a PECASE award, and shares the credit broadly.
The grandson of Drexel’s first woman chemical engineer graduates this week from the College of Engineering.
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.