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: firstname.lastname@example.org. 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.