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Mountaintop Mars Greenhouse

Inspiring through the art of engineering
Governor's School for Engineering & Technology brings Pennsylvania's future innovators to Lehigh University. more >

Mountaintop Mars Greenhouse

Launching tomorrow's women engineers
Support from Bosch Rexroth and Henry Luce Foundation enhances Lehigh's CHOICES camp for middle school girls. more >

Mountaintop Mars Greenhouse

Mountaintop and the Mars greenhouse
A Mountaintop team of engineering students attempt to design a greenhouse to sustain future travelers to Mars. more >

Design Build Senegal

Lehigh celebrates entrepreneurial spirit
The EUREKA! competition awarded more than $58,000 in cash and in-kind prizes to students. more >

Design Build Senegal

Rebuilding Senegal
Students from engineering, CAS team up to design and build better structures for the Senegal in Lehigh Mountaintop initiative. more >

Frank and Wei Zhang

Deconstructing the bloot clot
Lehigh Ph.D. students Wei Zhang, Yan Xu and assistant professor Frank Zhang uncover critical interaction involving process which facilitates clotting and prevents unchecked bleeding. more >


Lehigh AiChE bonds with Broughal
A group of Lehigh ChBE majors visited Broughal Middle School to try their hand at motivating younger learners. more >

Cayla Miller

ChemE student scores prestigious NSF fellowship
Cayla Miller '15 awarded 2015 National Science Foundation's Graduate Research Fellowship. more >

Kavita Jain-Cocks

Q&A: CE grad student Kavita Jain-Cocks
The Bethlehem native, returning home to earn her masters, talks about her on-campus experience and the rise of women in engineering. more >

Hatch House

Live. Grow. Launch!
Lehigh TE student Steve Boerner 15G, alum James Byszewski 02 create new local space for entrepreneurial development. more >

Deanna Kocher

IDEAS student honored in first ever Ethics Symposium
Deanna Kocher '17 takes home top engineering prize for her presentation, "Playing God in the Nursery." more >

Lehigh SAE

A race to the finish
Lehigh Formula SAE heading to Michigan International Speedway for annual College Design Series. more >

Kelly Moylan

A successful combination
Lehigh MatSci major Kelly Moylan '15 caps successful college golf career while graduating with high marks in the classroom. more >

Rossin Fellows

Carrying on a formidable legacy
College of Engineering leadership and honor society welcomes newest Rossin Fellows. more >


Diversity of thought
Lehigh's CHOICES event opens eyes, and doors, to the possibilities of engineering. more >

Christine Grant

Leveraged Empowerment
Lehigh Women Engineers illuminate a 'dimly-lit room' with Dr. Christine Grant. more >

You Dong

CEE student wins CERRA award
Structural engineering Ph.D. candidate You Dong named as a recipient of the International Civil Engineering Risk and Reliability Association. more >


Lehigh immersion in the Silicon Valley
Students were in California for LehighSiliconValley, a week-long program offered by Lehigh University's Baker Institute. more >

Levy Scholarship Winner

IBE major earns first ever Levy Scholarship
Huilai Gu '19 will attend Lehigh this fall as the inaugural recipient of the Karen and Paul S. Levy 69 International Scholarship. more >

Lehigh Women Engineers

Taking flight with IBE
IBE students build new simulator for American Helicopter Museum as part of program's capstone design course. more >

Lehigh Women Engineers

Lehigh student wins top scholarship
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering major Jonathan Witt 15 named as a recipient of the Buick Achievers Scholarship. more >

Lehigh Women Engineers

Supporting Women Engineers
Dean's Office initiative to attract and support talented women who smash the field's stereotypes. more >

Riding The Waves

Riding the Waves
NSF "CyberSEES" program awards major grant to team comprised of Lehigh engineering faculty & students. more >

Bed Races

Reinventing tradition
Lehigh's Baker Institute, Wilbur Powerhouse help engineer new beds for annual competition. more >

Jade Van Streepen

Making an impact
Environmental engineering major Jade Van Streepen '15 earning high marks in the classroom, All-Patriot League honors on the court. more >

Broughal Engineering Day

Finding that spark
Lehigh's Rossin Junior Fellows and Broughal middle schoolers come together over engineering. more >


Connecting a community in Panama
Lehigh's Bridges to Prosperity builds a new 243-foot bridge for a Panamanian village in need. more >


Harnessing the power of ... elephant toothpaste?!
Lehigh AIChE chapter works with Bethlehem middle students on chemical engineering principles as part of STEM outreach program. more >


SUSAN the student-designed robot helps veggies rot
IDEAS students working to create a more sustainable campus community. more >

Mud hut

Tackling indoor air pollution
Engineers and social scientists team up to explore impact of indoor cooking. more >


ECE, BioE students show off inventions, ingenuity
ECE's Daniel Coombe, BioE's Tony Zhang win top project for "System for Supplying Live Video on Request Implemented with a Multi-Wii Quadcopter." more >

Abby Farrell

Promoting sustainable development through aquaphonics
Civil and environmental engineering students Jeff Schwartz ’16 and Kimberly Hetrick ’14 are spending their summer at Lehigh's Mountaintop campus. more >

Abby Farrell

Academic honors for IDEAS major Abby Farrell
The five-time Lehigh University Dean's List honoree was named to her second straight Academic All-Patriot League team. more >

Lisa Glover and KitRex

KitRex: 3D dinosaur an overnight success
A 15-foot class project that first turned heads at a costume party has spawned into an overnight crowdfunding sensation. more >

Matthew Forrest

ChemE Ph.D. candidate finds success through catalysis
Christopher J. Keturakis '09 wins NYCS award for work on "Operando Molecular Spectroscopy during Catalytic Biomass Pyrolysis." more >

GELH grant

MechE students travels to Ethiopia with GELH grant
Kyle Lum '15, Jake Puzycki '14 visit Ethiopia on trip sponsored by a Lehigh Grant for Experiential Learning in Health. more >

Undergraduate Research Symposium

Asking the right questions: The 2014 Undergraduate Research Symposium
David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium showcases top student engineering research. more >

Finger Markers

A cool alternative to fingerpaints
Lehigh Tech Entrepreneur student Keith Martin's "Finger Markers" is not only an innovative product, but could also open doors for people with disorders including cerebral palsy. more >

Matthew Forrest

Refining an engineering education
Lehigh electrical engineering student Matthew Forrest '14 shines in two ExxonMobil co-op rotations. more >

Beibei Zeng

Fine-tuning a rainbow of colors at the nanoscale
Lehigh Ph.D. candidate Beibei Zeng, researchers advance science behind digital display of colors more >

Bug's Wings

The secrets of a bug's flight
Matthew Bross '12G, Cem Ozem '11, Donald Rockwell study uncommon abilities of the common fruit fly. more >

Student Spotlight

"Connecting with Lehigh Engineering"
Arts and engineering major Katie Hooven '15 talks about how easy it is to get connected to Lehigh University.

2015 Undergraduate Research Symposium Results

The 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. Congratulations to the 2015 Symposium Winners:

Winner: Michael Ryan, "Assessment of iron oxide paint pigments recovered from acid mine drainage through selective precipitation"
People's Choice: Jay Fraser and Kathryn Kundrod, "Microfluidic Capture and Quantification of HIV"
2015 Symposium Recap: Story, Photos & More