The Materials Instructional Technology Lab (MITL) is dedicated to promoting technology-based material science education locally and internationally through various outreach and collaborative programs.

A program developed by MITL to introduce K-12 students to the world of nanotechnology and electron microscopes through lively animation demonstrations and interactive micrographs (microscope photographs). (Website)
Real time access to remote operation of Lehigh's XL30 environmental microscope from students' classrooms is available through this program. Contact Andrea Harmer for more information.

The Materials Pennsylvania Coalition (MatPAC) is a program involving six universities across Pennsylvania in which research facilities and courses across several materials science curricula are shared. (Website)

Affiliated with Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and Department of Materials Science & Engineering.
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development through the Pennsylvania Technology Investment Authority.