The David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium

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David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium

2014 Undergraduate RESEARCH Symposium

Congratulations to the 2014
Symposium Winners:

Mathew Boyer, "Coarse-Grained DNA Modeling"

People's Choice: Derek Weisberg, "Seeded Lateral Epitaxy of ALD Alumina Thin Films"

Recap: Story, Photos & More

Lehigh Engineering's annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, held each spring, showcases the intense academic capabilities of today’s rising Lehigh Engineers, and highlights the resources and opportunities Lehigh provides to undergraduates.

Each year, the event helps student-competitors, nominated by their departments, learn how to express the significance and complexity of their work and answer questions posed by faculty, students, and visitors.

The top finishers, judged by a panel of academic and industry researchers, win travel stipends to attend professional conferences yet another opportunity to promote their work and practice the art of communication.

The 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium will be held on Wednesday, April 9.

2014 Competitors

Undergraduate Research Symposium This year's Undergraduate Research Symposium covered a fantastic range of topics, including health care, kinetic-based home systems, 3D printing and the use of unmanned aerial vehicles.

Undergraduate Spotlight

Undergraduate Research Symposium Dean David Wu's discusses a variety of topics, including the Undergraduate Research Symposium's impact on past graduates in the Lehigh University Brown & White