Stephen P. DeWeerth joins Lehigh's Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science as Dean.
Kelly Schultz leads NIH-funded study into cellular home remodeling — a step towards faster wound healing and tissue generation.
Lehigh team collaborates with Michelin and NSF to help improve the safety and reliability of tires.
CEE professor Dan Frangopol named inaugural recipient of the ASCE's Alfredo Ang Award on Risk Analysis and Management of Civil Infrastructure ... ... ISE professor and chair Tamás Terlaky elected as a Fellow of INFORMS.
IN THE NEWS
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Hahn tapped to lead new Honeywell division
Dean's Advisory Council member Terrence Hahn '88, '92G named President and CEO of Honeywell's Home and Building Technologies group.
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Susan Daniel '99, '01G, '05 Ph.D flourishes as a surface science all-star at Cornell University.
A master stroke
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Dear Lehigh Engineers,
It is a great honor to be the new Dean of Lehigh’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. It’s been quite a whirlwind since my appointment was announced earlier this Summer; I look forward to the many University events set for this Fall...
Dear Lehigh Engineers,
It is a great honor to be the new Dean of Lehigh’s P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. It has been quite a whirlwind since my appointment was announced earlier this Summer. Nonetheless, I have had the opportunity to experience the achievements, enthusiasm, and potential that define Lehigh and our College. It is clear to me that Lehigh is an outstanding university that embodies innovation in undergraduate and graduate education, excellence in research and scholarship, and a true commitment to effecting positive change in our community and our world.
I’ve been learning my way around campus over the recent weeks, meeting members of our faculty and staff, students, alumni and friends of the Rossin College, and even members of the 'South B’ community. I am struck by the sense of collective pride and enthusiasm for Lehigh and particularly for Lehigh engineering. I look forward to the University events this Fall and to meeting many more of you: opportunities to learn even more about our community and the people that make it great.
Lehigh’s contributions to engineering education and research are truly impressive. Our interdisciplinary culture eliminates traditional boundaries, unleashing the power of interdisciplinary thinking to transform the learning environments that we create for our students and to address the research grand challenges that face the future of society.
It is clear that opportunities abound here for our outstanding faculty, staff, and students to effect lasting change through their endeavors. Examples of this are evident in our Web site, our social media channels, and throughout this newsletter. I invite you to read on to learn more.
Together, we are building upon this solid foundation to maximize our potential for excellence, innovation, leadership, and impact. Over the coming months, we will engage our faculty, staff, and student body, as well as our campus and College communities, to begin to envision and invest in our future. We will redouble and refine our efforts across our vibrant portfolio of research and educational programs.
As we engage in this process, I would like to hear from the members of our community. Please visit this link to share your thoughts on what is best about our College and on where you see opportunities for its future growth.
Last but certainly not least, I want to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support for Lehigh University and the Rossin College. I am particularly grateful to Professors John Coulter and Dan Lopresti for their service as Dean during the interim period. We are poised to embark upon a new era in Lehigh Engineering because of everything that you all have done up to this point. Together, we will continue to transform learning, scholarship, and innovation in our College.
I look forward to hearing from each of you, and to collaborating with all of you to build the future of the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science.
Go Lehigh engineers!
Stephen P. DeWeerth, Professor and Dean
P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science
A new shape for glass
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Early season honors for BioE's Adrian Vitello
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IDEAS & a paint brush
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FACULTY & PROGRAMS
DeWeerth joins Lehigh as Rossin College Dean
Stephen P. DeWeerth has joined Lehigh University as its new dean of the Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. | MORE >
Tatic-Lucic named ECE Interim Chair
Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Svetlana Tatic-Lucic is a NSF CAREER award winner for her work that focused on the development of a system for extracellular recording from patterned neural networks. | MORE >
Shankar joins Lehigh as director of ESEI
Dr. Ramesh Shankar comes to Lehigh from the University of North Carolina's Electric Power Infrastructure Center, where he helped expand its research in grid modernization, smart grid, renewable energy and energy utilization. | MORE >
A scaffold to speed healing
Chemical and biomolecular engineering's Kelly Schultz heads NIH-funded project to study how cells remodel their natural environment — a step towards faster wound healing and tissue generation. | MORE >
Where the rubber meets the road
Team led by ChBE's Anand Jagota collaborating with Michelin Corporation and NSF to develop materials that could improve the safety and reliability of tires. | MORE >
Using data for better disaster recovery
Paolo Bocchini and Aman Karamlou develop technique to demonstrate effectiveness on transportation network recovery. | MORE >
Tamás Terlaky named a Fellow for INFORMS
The industrial and systems engineering professor and chair was recognized for his achievments in operations research and the management sciences. | MORE >
A laser-sharp focus
Lehigh electrical and computer engineering associate professor Sushil Kumar and his research team use a periodic cavity structure to channel light more intensely. | MORE >
Renewing a Lehigh legacy
In rededicating the Loewy Institute, Lehigh renews a legacy in Materials Processing. | MORE >
Frangopol earns inaugural ASCE award
The Alfredo Ange award goes to civil and environmental engineering professor Daniel Frangopol for his significant contributions to the field of civil infrastructure. | MORE >
Why student research matters
Triple ChBE alumna Susan Daniel '99, '01G, '05 Ph.D flourishes as a surface science all-star at Cornell University. | MORE >
Honeywell taps Lehigh alum to lead new group
Materials science and engineering alumnus Terrence Hahn '88, '92G named President and CEO of Honeywell's new Home and Building Technoloies (HBT) division. | MORE >
Reverse engineering the auto repair industry
MatSci graduate Patrice Banks '02 turns Lehigh degree into an opportunity to empower women in the field of auto mechanics. | MORE >
Lehigh alum Amelio named CEO of Avnet
Chemical and biomolecular engineering alum William Amelio '79 was officially named to the role in September. | MORE >