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Lehigh EERI

Students Qualify for Seismic Design Competition

This March, four undergraduate students hope to travel to Portland, Oregon, for the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute's Undergraduate Seismic Design Competition — a first for the Lehigh student chapter.

Dan Frangopol

Frangopol Elected as a Foreign Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium

He will participate in and contribute to the class of Technical Sciences.

Quiel AISC

Spencer Quiel Named AISC Milek Fellow

The award is given annually to just one pre-tenure civil engineering professor in the U.S.

Kristen Jellison Research

A $5 Fix for a Nasty Parasite

Kristen Jellison and Sabrina Jedlicka have a grant from NSF to develop a biomimetic surface that selectively attaches to Cryptosporidium oocysts.

Dan Frangopol

Frangopol to Receive the Inaugural ASCE Alfredo Ang Award

This recognition may be made annually to an individual who has made significant technical or technological contributions to the field of risk analysis and management of civil infrastructure.

Masayoshi Nakashima

Earthquake Engineer Wins Top Engineering Honor

Masayoshi Nakashima '81 Ph.D. was recognized by the National Academy of Engineering for his pioneering work in hybrid simulation.

Food for Mars Explorers

Food for Future Explorers

The first humans to reach Mars will need technology to grow crops. Kevin Augustyn '17 wants NASA to know he's already on the job.

Naito research update

SenGupta Cited for Improving Access to Clean Water

The American Institute of Chemical Engineers inducted the environmental engineering professor as a Fellow for his distinctive professional achievements and accomplishments in the field of chemical engineering.


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