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    Agilent Solutions Supports Materials Science Innovation with Research Awards

    February 29, 2024

    Gogotsi, Distinguished University and Bach Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, will receive a one-year loan of an Agilent 5900 ICP-OES system, an optical emission spectrometer for high-throughput elemental analysis.

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  • Dr. Wen receives award

    Wen Elected to ASHRAE College of Fellows

    February 27, 2024

    Professor Jin Wen, PhD recognized for her significant contributions over her 20+ year career working at the intersection of smart buildings, sustainability, and human health and wellbeing.

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  • An Enlightening Co-Op in the City of Lights

    February 24, 2024

    Drexel's co-op program allowed junior mechanical engineering student, Munazzah Al Hasim, to live and work abroad.

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  • Christopher Blackden

    Systems Engineering Program Leads Alum Through Career Change, Job Growth

    February 21, 2024

    Juggling school, work, and family life proved demanding in Blackden’s first quarter, and managing a full course load while holding down a full-time job and new fatherhood pushed him to his limits. Thankfully, Drexel’s online programs allowed him to adjust to a pace that was more suited to his schedule.

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  • Vigneswar

    Seeking a Change in Career, Grad Student Finds Drexel

    February 20, 2024

    “Drexel’s co-op program was a highlight for me when I was looking for full-time programs in the United States,” Vigneswar recalled. “Being able to take a job while I was working on my degree meant I could maintain a level of financial stability and learn while I worked.”

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  • Faculty Highlights: Recent Awards and Grants

    February 16, 2024

    Last term, Drexel professors were awarded sponsored research grants and major gifts, honors and recognition.

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  • Awards

    2024 College of Engineering Award Recipients Announced

    February 14, 2024

    Celebrating the 2024 College of Engineering Award Recipients that are being honored for their exemplary performance and significant contributions to the college.

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  • Drexel Joins U.S. Department of Commerce's AI Safety Consortium

    February 08, 2024

    Drexel University has joined more than 200 of the nation’s leading artificial intelligence stakeholders to participate in a Department of Commerce initiative to support the development and deployment of trustworthy and safe AI. The effort, led by the Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology, will bring together academics, government and industry researchers, civil society organizations and AI creators and users to form the U.S. AI Safety Consortium.

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  • MXene-coated Devices Can Guide Microwaves in Space and Lighten Payloads

    February 07, 2024

    One of the most important components of satellites that enable telecommunication is the waveguide, which is a metal tube for guiding radio waves. It is also one of the heaviest payloads satellites carry into orbit. As with all space technology, reducing weight means reducing the amount of expensive and greenhouse gas-producing fuel it takes to launch a rocket, or increasing the number of devices carried by the same rocket to space. Researchers from Drexel University and the University of British Columbia are trying to lighten the load by creating and testing a waveguide made from 3D-printed polymers coated with a conductive nanomaterial called MXene.

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  • View of Market Street and Bossone Research Center at night

    Course Redesign Boosts PhD Students' Professional Development

    February 07, 2024

    The revamped course taps into the collective wisdom of the department's faculty, with professors sharing their specialized expertise across a wide range of professional skills.

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  • Morgan Tiziker

    From Crayons to Coatings: Co-ops Define Student's Major, Career Choice

    February 06, 2024

    “Initially, I was hesitant to enroll in a five-year program as opposed to a traditional four-year one,” she said, “but the benefits far outweigh the downside of graduating a year after the peers I finished high school with. I feel incredibly comfortable and confident joining the workforce, and I owe my assuredness to Drexel’s co-op program.”

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  • Dedication Leads First-Generation Alum from Drexel to Dallas

    February 06, 2024

    A first-generation college student turned nationally-recognized industry leader, Patrick Williams applies the tireless dedications and resilience forged at Drexel to clear new runways for personal and professional success.

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