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January 2010

Alumni Director Passionate about Lehigh

Coming back for Reunion in May will remind you how great it feels to belong to the Lehigh family.

Lehigh News Center Highlights

Main Story Photo Elie Wiesel to deliver commencement address for Class of 2010

Eliezer "Elie" Wiesel, the prolific author described as a "messenger to mankind" by the Nobel Peace Prize committee, will deliver the address at Lehigh's 142nd commencement ceremony on Monday, May 24.

The professor who changed your life
Five years ago, we asked our alumni to tell us about the professors they had at Lehigh who really made a difference in their lives. The response at the time was overwhelming. So we're asking again: Please take a few minutes to write an essay (maximum: 300 words) about the professor who had the greatest influence on your life and e-mail your essay to: letters@lehigh.edu. Please attach your essay as a standard Word document or include it in the body of your e-mail. To read the essays previously submitted, read "The professor who changed my life." Selected essays will be posted online and included in a future edition of the Lehigh Alumni Connection.

Enlisting computers in the campaign against terrorism
A team of computer scientists leads a federally funded project to automate the analysis of foreign-language texts.

Students "tweet" to raise Darfur awareness
Lehigh students are using Twitter to breathe new life into the coverage of the humanitarian crisis in the war-torn western region of Sudan, Africa's largest nation.

Taking a deeper look at lunar soil, with X-ray vision
Forty years after Neil Armstrong left the first human footprint on the surface of the moon, two Lehigh researchers are using a new imaging technique to examine the internal structure of the lunar soil particles that were collected from the Sea of Tranquility during the Apollo 11 mission.


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