Undergrad engineers shine at annual academic showdown.
Lehigh ties for 6th place in the 2012-13 PayScale College Salary Report.
Graduate student women discuss technical entrepreneurship.
Popular Science recognizes Mohamed El-Naggar '01.
$70-million initiative supports federal and regional efforts in manufacturing tech and education.
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The secrets of silent flight
Unlocking naturally-occurring stealth technology, feather by feather. more >
Global trash, international entrepreneurs
Lehigh alums David Stover '07 and Kevin Ahearn '07 weave South American flotsam into sustainable development. more >
Remembering wrestling historian Jay Hammond '66
The mechanical engineering alum, known throughout the collegiate wrestling scene, died after a lengthy battle with cancer. more >
A Welcoming Space
A reshaped, retooled and expanded Packard Lab Lobby will be unveiled in Spring 2014. more >
Lehigh to host ISWC 2015
The 2015 International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) -- the leading conference for research on Semantic Web topics -- is coming to the Lehigh Valley. more >
Racing ahead: Lehigh's supercar concept
Last year, three Lehigh students set out to design a supercar. After a summer on the Mountaintop Campus, their dream is quickly taking form. more >
2014 FRK Series lineup announced
Topics will include the transformation of building design to withstand earthquakes, achieving "impossible dreams" in building design and more
Lehigh Engineering earns Top 40 U.S. News Ranking
Lehigh rated 30th in nation for "great schools, great prices" more >
A tank full of sunlight and bacteria
Backed by a $2 million grant from the National Science Foundation, a Lehigh research team is working to create a promising new method of producing renewable fuel. more >
Training intelligent systems to think on their own
John Connor and SkyNet junior execs take note: technology is ready to think for itself. more >
No fuel, no pilot, no problem
Grenestedt and Spletzer, along with students and colleagues at PSU, team up to tackle the notion of perpetual flight. more >
A dynamic fix for large-scale uncertainty
5-year Early Career Research Award from the DOE supports dynamic, scalable algorithms for large-scale optimization. more >
Technically proficient, entrepreneurially minded
Lehigh's innovative Technical Entrepreneurship grad program fights fires, saves teeth, and marries laptops to iPads. more >
Extrusion for greener aluminum recycling
An international team advances recycling technologies toward improving the economics of aluminum recovery. more >
ChemE's Mittal wins top award
The assistant professor of chemical engineering and director of the Biophysics and Soft Matter Group is the recipient of the Colburn Award. more >
Klasko '74 to lead Jefferson University Hospital
Dean of USF medicine reutrns to Philly as president and CEO of TJUH. more >
CSE to host 10th annual GREC workshop
The two-day conference brings together researchers and practitioners from across the globe to share their knowledge of graphics recognition methods. more >
Area teens form bond at annual Materials Camp
High school students work with chocolate composites and more at materials science and engineering's 10th annual ASM Materials Camp. more >
CHOICES featured on WFMZ, Express-Times
Lehigh University's Summer CHOICES camp took the spotlight this week as WFMZ-TV and The Express-Times featured the annual program both in broadcast and print. more >
S. David Wu: "Challenges create opportunities"
The Iacocca Professor and Dean of the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science gave the keynote speech at the Institute of Industrial Engineers' Annual Conference and Expo. more >
Lehigh tsunami research featured on Discovery Channel
CEE associate professor Clay Naito focuses on mitigating damage from tsunami-borne debris.
MatSci's Hamlin '13 honored for athletic, academic achievements
The senior was named Graduating Scholar-Athlete of the Year for his accomplishments on the mat and in the classroom.
ChemE professor Bryan Berger wins National Innovation Award
Bryan Berger was been awarded the National Innovation Award at TechConnect World for his efforts in "Scalable Biosurfactant Synthesis."
Engineering alum Billy Boyko '13 headed to the NFL
The linebacker and MechE grad signed with the Oakland Raiders, continuing the dream of playing professional football.
Lehigh, Broughal students race to the finish
Lehigh engineers team up with Bethlehem middle school students for annual miniature car race at 2013 Manufacturing Expo
Lehigh AIChE: Paying it forward
Lehigh University's local chapter of chemical engineers share knowledge through outreach program with Bethlehem's Broughal Middle School
Lehigh trustee earns leadership award for work in the orthopaedic community
Lehigh trustee and ChemE alum Michael J. Yaszemski '77, '78G named recipient of 2013 Tipton Leadership Award.
Top honors for Lehigh distinguished alum for contributions in seismology
SSA to present James R. Rice 62, 63G, 64 Ph.D. with 2013 Harry Fielding Reid Medal
Why can't time run backwards?
Nobel laureate Sir Anthony J. Leggett, acclaimed for his expertise in the theory of low-temperature physics, asked that very question during his visit to Lehigh University.
Students take spotlight at David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium
Junior materials science and engineering major Nadia Krook takes top prize at this years competition. more >
Remembering William C. Hittinger, '44, '73H
Distinguished alumni, former Lehigh University president and Chairman of Board of Trustees dies at the age of 90. more >
Lehigh alum notches latest accolade as part of Popular Science's "Brilliant 10"
Mechanical Engineering alum Moh El-Naggar '01 honored by magazine for work in biophysics more >
Area girls build interest, excitement in engineering through CHOICES
Lehigh University hosts over 50 aspiring female engineers from middle schools across the Lehigh Valley. more >
MechE professor Donald Rockwell '65G,
'68 Ph.D. earns international honors
Donald Rockwell '65G, '68 Ph.D. to receive the 2013 Fluid Dynamics Award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. more >
Distinguished alum Mark Sarkisian '85G to speak at Engineers Week Banquet
Director of seismic and structural engineering at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill will discuss "Civil Engineering and the Future of the Environment" more >
ECE professor to join prestigious optics society
Alastair McAulay elected as fellow to Optical Society of America (OSA), one of the highest honors for researchers in optics and photonics. more >
Winners announced in 2012-13 EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series
TE master's degree student Azim Sonawalla '12 '13G takes grand prize for "Cool Talk Communicator" more >
2013 Khan Distinguished Lecture Series to kick off this month
First presentation on February 15 will feature R. Shankar Nair on "The Evolution of the Skyscraper." more >
Nader Motee wins AFOSR YIP 2013 award
Assistant Professor is one of 40 scientists and engineers that will share $15M in funding from Air Force. more >
2012 ISE Distinguished Alum passes away at 78
Arthur "Pete" Veinott 56 was an expert in operations research
Lehigh grad excels on ABC's "Shark Tank"
Dave Petrillo '08 wins over show's panel on unique product that regulates coffee temperature.
Frangopol honored for promoting advancement of life-cycle engineering
Leading development of a crucial field. more >
Addressing grand challenges and supporting Lehigh's future
Chuck Strauch '57 supports Lehigh's future in healthcare, integrated programs. more >
Remembering Dexter F. Baker '50, '57G
Tireless friend of the University passes at the age of 85. more >
The cooling power of light
Yujie Ding chills out with lasers. more >
National leaders meet to discuss manufacturing innovation
Lehigh helps tackle national manufacturing and innovation shortage. more >
Lehigh graduates among highest paid in U.S.
Payscale reviews earning potential of U.S. college grads;
Lehigh ranks 6th. more >
Lehigh ranked by U.S. News among nation's top research universities
Annual review lauds the long-term value of a Lehigh degree. more >
For Lehigh entrepreneurs, high praise
from a high official
PA Gov. Tom Corbett visits campus and tours new TechVentures site. more >
A renaissance for American manufacturing
Lehigh is part of a $70 million consortium that aims to restore the nation's innovative edge. more >
Taking flight with Sikorsky helicopters
ECE student intern takes first place in corporate internship contest. more >
"You build yourself into what you do"
ECE Ph.D. candidates win recognition for semiconductor research. more >
Bridging the generations in San Francisco
Sarkisian '85G describes the ties between Lehigh and the Golden Gate Bridge. more >
PITA to support research at Lehigh, CMU
DCED, CMU collaboration to spur PA's tech-rich industry. more >
CHOICES: The "coolest engineering outreach program in the known universe"
Proving to middle school girls that science is fun, challenging, interesting, and, in a word...cool. more >
Wachs earns prestigious Vanadis award
Chemical engineer recognized for impact in the chemistry of
vanadium. more >
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of modern communications
MatSci's Walter Brown recalls his role on Telstar I team at Bell Labs. more >
2013 FRK Distinguished Lecture Series lineup announced
Speakers to explore designing skyscrapers and bridges and infrastructure risk mitigation . more >
Deriving energy from waste
Transforming pollutants into a power source. more >
Showcasing student research
2012 David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium extends "The Rivalry" from the gridiron into the lab. more >
Lehigh research team develops novel microfluidic device. more >
Lehigh Engineering scores among nation's best
College graduate program ranked 43rd by U.S. News & World Report. more >
NSF CAREER Awards announced
Gang Tan of CSE, Parv Venkitasubramaniam of ECE. more >