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Broughal

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 >

GR2OW

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 >

Inventions

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 >

F1 Tech Competition

First-year engineers qualify for worldwide tech competition
Two Lehigh students compete in worldwide F1 competition in Austin, Texas. more >

Jennifer Markham

ChemE student wins Patriot League Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Sophomore Jennifer Markham recognized for achievements as student and in cross-country in 2013. more >

Issa Hakim

Student-turned-Libyan rebel returns to Lehigh
Former engineering student Issa Hakim returned to Lehigh to speak with students about the Libyan Revolution and his participation in the revolution. more >

ISWC 2015

Lehigh to host "Engineering the Planet" symposium
Engineering House, Green House groups team up for public program spotlighting the importance of protecting the planet. more >

Xiphias Concept

Racing ahead: Lehigh's supercar concept
Last year, three Lehigh students set out to design a supercar. After a summer on the Mountaintop Campus, their dream is quickly taking form. more >

Ray Hickey

Probing the vast potential of glass
Ray Hickey '14 understands the versatility of glass: He spent the summer in India on a research internship sponsored by Lehigh's NSF-backed International Materials Institute. more >

SideCar

Tablets & laptops as BFFs
Three graduate students invented SideCar, a product that elegantly and safely links your tablet to your laptop, while studying in Lehigh's master's in technical entrepreneurship. more >

firefighting

Technically proficient, entrepreneurially minded
Lehigh's innovative Technical Entrepreneurship grad program fights fires, saves teeth, and marries laptops to iPads. more >

2013 Convocation Program

ChE seniors publish research in academic journal
Rebecca Masel '13 and Dalton Smith '13 co-authored a paper entitled "Use of Two Distillation Columns in Systems with Maximum Temperature Limitations." more >

Summer CHOICES 2013

CHOICES featured on WFMZ, Express-Times
Lehigh University's Summer CHOICES camp took the spotlight this week as WFMZ-TV and The Express-Times featured the annual program. more >

Randi Tutleman '12

Grad panel promotes innovation
A forum of graduate student women shared their thoughts on innovation at the interactive Baker Institute event "iDeX: Creative Keys to Success."
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ASM Materials Camp 2013

Area teens form bond at annual Materials Camp
High school students work with chocolate composites and more at materials science and engineering's 10th annual ASM Materials Camp. more >

2013 Manufacturing Expo

Lehigh, Broughal students race to the finish
Lehigh engineers team up with Bethlehem middle school students for annual miniature car race at 2013 Manufacturing Expo
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2013 Convocation Program

Engineering alum Billy Boyko '13 headed to the NFL
The linebacker and MechE grad signed with the Oakland Raiders, continuing the dream of playing professional football.
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Broughal Visit

Lehigh AIChE: Paying it forward
Lehigh University's local chapter of chemical engineers share knowledge through outreach program with Bethlehem's Broughal Middle School
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2013 Convocation Program

MatSci's Hamlin '13 honored for athletic, academic achievements
The senior was named Graduating Scholar-Athlete of the Year for his accomplishments on the mat and in the classroom.
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2013 Honors Convocation

ChemE honoree praises academics at convocation
Lauren Uffelman ‘13 will begin work with ExxonMobil following graduation in May.
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Hackathon Success

Hacking their way to top of the pack
Engineering majors Michael Toth '14 (left), Greyson Parrelli '14 (right), Ben Chen '13 and Zachary Daniels '13 make significant strides in "hackathon" competitions.
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Undergraduate Research Symposium

Undergraduate research unleashed
Junior materials science and engineering major Nadia Krook takes top prize at this year’s competition. more >

Joey Napoli

Academic, military honors for ROTC engineer
Lehigh engineer, army cadet receives $1,000 scholarship for his recent academic and military achievements. more >

CREATE 3D Printer Workshop

Baker, CREATE club team up for 3D printer workshop
Students and visitors got the chance to participate in a 3D printing workshop in late January and learn more about the emerging technology. more >

EUREKA! Venture Series

Current, former students hit both coasts for LehighSiliconValley
Current students and alumni returned for the second annual event, coordinated by the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation more >

EUREKA! Venture Series

Winners announced in 2012-13 EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series
TE master's degree student Azim Sonawalla '12 '13G takes grand prize for "Cool Talk Communicator" more >

SparkTab

Innovation, Practice and Invention
IBE seniors propose new inventions to panel of judges more >

Ryan James

Student athlete Ryan James pulls down national academic honors
First-year engineering student one of five to win National High School Scholar-Athlete Award more >

Ke Xue

Internship transforms into employment for ChemE student
Ke "Coco" Xue gets job after Iacocca Internship more >

Women in Computer Science

Supporting women in computer science
Lehigh students and faculty attend the Grace Hopper Conference. more >

Coviello

Expanding horizons
Dan Coviello '13 addresses the UN on youth volunteerism and effecting global change. more >

Facebook

The Social Network meets South Mountain
What's it really like to be a first-year Lehigh Engineer? Ask our student team, courtesy of Facebook. more >


Student Spotlight


Student Spotlight: Lauren R. Uffelman

Graduating senior and chemical engineer Lauren R. Uffelman '13, who will move on to ExxonMobil following graduation, was chosen to address the 2013 Lehigh University Honors Convocation.
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