The Graduate Research Review is a project of the Graduate Student Senate and volunteer staffers from the Lehigh Graduate Student population. The mission of the GRR is to raise the profile of graduate student research both on campus and outside of Lehigh. We keep a database of abstracts of student research, as well as writing up highlight pieces on research that stands out.
The Lehigh Graduate Research Review (GRR) 2009-2010 is now available. This student-lead publication is a compilation of features on students doing interesting and important research here at Lehigh. Copies are available via the service MagCloud for $5 per copy. If you are interested in ordering a copy, you can do so here.
If you are interested in being included in future GRR issues, you can submit your abstract to the GRR team for inclusion into future publications. Abstracts can be submitted here online.
The GRR also has an online presence, Lehigh Research News, that features articles on researchers, abstracts throughout the years, and publication announcements. Point your browser to http://www.lehigh-research.org to find out more about what exciting work Lehigh researchers are conducting.