Special Opportunities for Undergraduate Engineers

The following special opportunities and programs are available to undergraduate students within the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science.

For more information, please contact Gregory L. Tonkay, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Studies or Robin Armbruster, Administrative Specialist of Undergraduate Studies.

Research and Experiential Learning


Clare Booth Luce Undergraduate Research Scholars
Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholars are a prestigious group of women undergraduates of the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. Female undergraduates in Lehigh Engineering interested in developing their research skills and professional profiles should consider applying to become a Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholar.

Grants for Experiential Learning in Health
Grants are available to undergraduate students to support experiential learning activities in health (preferably off campus), primarily independent, hands-on research or "real world" experience that advances the student's understanding of health or healthcare.

Lehigh Engineering Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Undergraduate engineering students interested in pursuing faculty-led research projects over the summer may qualify for the Lehigh Engineering Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship.

International Opportunities


INTEC
This program supports Lehigh's partnership with the Universiti Teknologi Mara in Malaysia. This list of INTEC courses and Lehigh counterparts is intended to assist INTEC students plan their curriculum so that relevant credits will transfer.

Study Abroad Support
Financial support for engineering students participating in an approved short-term Lehigh Study Abroad program, intended to defray costs associated with Lehigh courses undertaken by students as part of the program.

Minors at Lehigh