Features

40 Under 40: Class of 2020

The young alumni honored in this year’s Drexel Magazine 40 Under 40 program are proof that cooperative education produces graduates with the creativity an... Read More
Rob li lifting a woman

The Uplifting Life of an Acrobat

Rob Li has lifted people in twos, threes and sometimes more. He’s lifted people on water, sand, swings and snow. He’s lifted people here, there and everywhere. His mission to lift 10,000 strangers around the world combines body strength and Instagram filters with his own leisurewear line of clothing — and it’s super fun.
james starks running

After the NFL a Forever Job

When a concussion from a car crash knocked Green Bay Packer James Starks out of the NFL, he began building a second career around his Drexel degree.

Seyma Aslan

The young alumni honored in this year’s Drexel Magazine 40 Under 40 program are proof that cooperative education produces graduates with the creativity and resilience to solve problems for which there is no pre-existing answer key. Our graduates are paving paths that scarcely existed when they left high school in fields like nanotechnology, autonomous vehicles, cryptocurrency, cleantech and robotics. They’re creating novel products, making scientific discoveries and addressing emergent social issues. As Drexel celebrates the centennial of its Drexel Co-op program we are reminded that no method of education is better suited to today’s world of swift technological and social change. We believe that those who build the future have a stake in the shape it takes. So we asked them each to imagine their own personal centennial, and what change they would most like to see in the world by the time they’re 100.
Sneh Bhatt

Sneh Bhatt

With $2 million raised through an initial coin offering and nearly 400,000 users of his cryptocurrency wallet, Sneh Bhatt is sold on the future of money.
Quinney Harris

Quinney Harris

The young alumni honored in this year’s Drexel Magazine 40 Under 40 program are proof that cooperative education produces graduates with the creativity and resilience to solve problems for which there is no pre-existing answer key. Our graduates are paving paths that scarcely existed when they left high school in fields like nanotechnology, autonomous vehicles, cryptocurrency, cleantech and robotics. They’re creating novel products, making scientific discoveries and addressing emergent social issues. As Drexel celebrates the centennial of its Drexel Co-op program we are reminded that no method of education is better suited to today’s world of swift technological and social change. We believe that those who build the future have a stake in the shape it takes. So we asked them each to imagine their own personal centennial, and what change they would most like to see in the world by the time they’re 100.
shana weiner headshot

An Advocate for the Abused

Shana Weiner’s nonprofit Dinah helps Jewish women confront domestic partner violence by providing pro bono legal services, and by educating others to recognize signs of abuse.
Matin Haghkar

Matin Haghkar

The young alumni honored in this year’s Drexel Magazine 40 Under 40 program are proof that cooperative education produces graduates with the creativity and resilience to solve problems for which there is no pre-existing answer key. Our graduates are paving paths that scarcely existed when they left high school in fields like nanotechnology, autonomous vehicles, cryptocurrency, cleantech and robotics. They’re creating novel products, making scientific discoveries and addressing emergent social issues. As Drexel celebrates the centennial of its Drexel Co-op program we are reminded that no method of education is better suited to today’s world of swift technological and social change. We believe that those who build the future have a stake in the shape it takes. So we asked them each to imagine their own personal centennial, and what change they would most like to see in the world by the time they’re 100.
Stefan Seltz Axmacher

Stefan Seltz-Axmacher

The young alumni honored in this year’s Drexel Magazine 40 Under 40 program are proof that cooperative education produces graduates with the creativity and resilience to solve problems for which there is no pre-existing answer key. Our graduates are paving paths that scarcely existed when they left high school in fields like nanotechnology, autonomous vehicles, cryptocurrency, cleantech and robotics. They’re creating novel products, making scientific discoveries and addressing emergent social issues. As Drexel celebrates the centennial of its Drexel Co-op program we are reminded that no method of education is better suited to today’s world of swift technological and social change. We believe that those who build the future have a stake in the shape it takes. So we asked them each to imagine their own personal centennial, and what change they would most like to see in the world by the time they’re 100.