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Drexel Engineering offers students a comprehensive and integrated course of study enhanced by technology, global experience and research.
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Sharon Walker Sep 25
Congratulations for being recognized by the Philadelphia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) with its Community Outreach and Service Award for 2020!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 25
The American Chemical Society's Axial newsletter recently profiled ' . He shared how his early career led him to nanomaterials and how 2D Mxenes can solve any number of engineering problems.
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Drexel Engineering Sep 23
Together with and , Drexel's Peace Engineering program tomorrow will host the 2020 Water & Peace Conference online. Sign up to attend and learn how fair access to water is a key factor in promoting security in the world.
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Drexel Materials Sep 17
Prof. Steve May assembling kits to mail out for students in MATE 355 (Structure and Characterization of Crystalline Materials) to learn about symmetry operators. We think pipe cleaners, skewers, and marshmallows are the best way to learn about screw axes. 😊
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MemDrexel Sep 18
We're excited to congratulate MEM's Dr. James Tangorra and Dr. Tein-Min Tan, both officially promoted to the rank of Professor this month!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 22
Replying to @jmc_cool
Graham and chocolate can certainly contribute to stability.
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Drexel Engineering Sep 22
During our College Day Engineering @ Home challenge last week, first year student Dominick DeChiara built this tower from nothing but uncooked spaghetti and marshmallows. How high could you build using the same materials?
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Drexel Engineering Sep 22
That's quack-tastic!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 21
As part of Welcome Week, new graduate students in the College of Engineering were offered walking tours of campus, the West Philly community and Center City. Welcome, Grad Dragoneers!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 21
If we all work together and follow the guidelines, we can be together again soon!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 21
Let's do this Dragons!
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Britt Faulstick Sep 21
“We have to look at this as layers of protection. Here’s an imperfect analogy: We didn’t stop wearing seat belts when we got air bags.” - on next 6 months of via
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Drexel University Sep 17
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Drexel Engineering Sep 17
allows students with similar industry interests to connect with companies and employers, all while building their personal resume and professional development skills. Read more:
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Drexel Alumni Sep 16
Find or become a mentor, search for jobs and connect with Dragons from all across the globe on Dragon Network—Drexel’s free online community for alumni and students. What are you waiting for? Join today!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 16
has prepared for a productive fall term with experiences allowing members to learn skills and industry knowledge to promote their professional achievement—even with the online setting. Read more:
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Drexel Engineering Sep 16
Replying to @Ultimaxed
Still trying to collect our jaws from the floor over how incredible it looks. Amazing work!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 15
Our Welcome Week events today also included a Zoom call with Dean Sharon Walker (). We are so excited to have our on board!
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Drexel Engineering Sep 15
Shade structures, plants and sprinklers were a few of the low-cost solutions that professors and Aspasia Zerva suggested to cool off some overheated Philly neighborhoods this summer.
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Drexel Engineering Sep 15
Replying to @thedrexeldragon
We even got to spend some time with , who got all masked up for the occasion. The Minecraft campus was built entirely by Drexel students!
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