P.C. Rossin College of
Engineering and Applied Science

Feel the thrill of making things happen

Experiential learning: Lehigh Engineering's fabled undergraduate program has been all about it since the very beginning. Here, students discover their passions, make real impact, and evolve into the engineers they aspire to be. Our faculty specializes in providing meaningful opportunities for talented young minds to engage in the lab, the workplace, and the community, here in the beautiful Lehigh Valley and all around the world. These are a few examples—are you next?

The Latest at the Rossin College

News Briefs

Lehigh partners with Da Vinci Science Center for ‘Women in Science & Engineering’ days

Fri, Feb 23, 2024

More than 900 area middle-schoolers participated in two-day event, held in conjunction with Engineers Week 2024, featuring hand-on demos and games led by Lehigh faculty and students

News Briefs

Back to the vessel

Thu, Feb 22, 2024

- the resulting advanced experimental facilities put Lehigh at the forefront of research

Student Success

BioE Student Spotlight: Kathleen Gifford

Wed, Feb 21, 2024

BioE Student Spotlight: Kathleen Gifford

Faculty & Programs

Mobile sensing and deep learning make strides in structural health monitoring of bridges

Thu, Feb 15, 2024

PITA-funded project led by CEE chair Shamim Pakzad employs machine learning with physics-based foundations to exploit "crowdsensed" data from mobile applications

Alumni Updates

Willoughby ’89 elected to National Academy of Engineering

Thu, Feb 15, 2024

Electrical engineering alum Scott Willoughby '89 has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) in recognition of “engineering leadership enabling the deployment of the James Webb Space...

Alumni Updates

Seebergh '89 elected to National Academy of Engineering

Thu, Feb 15, 2024

Chemical engineering alum Jill Seebergh '89 has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) in recognition of her “contributions to materials and coating processes that enable efficient and...

Graduate Student Spotlight

NSF fellowship opens path to PhD studies

Henry Price ’23 will continue on the research track he began as an undergraduate with support from the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP). He's currently a master's student working with Nicholas Strandwitz, an associate professor of materials science and engineering, on semiconductor fabrication.

Hackathon sparks creativity around sustainability issues

Amanda Baran ’21 and Olivia Grimes ’21, PhD students and co-presidents of Women in Computer Science (WiCS), were lead organizers of Lehigh Hacks for Change, a 24-hour hackathon that challenged a hundred computer science undergrads to design apps tackling an issue related to sustainability, saving the ocean, or disaster management.

Using machine learning to help mitigate water crises

Having seen first-hand how weak infrastructure impacts communities in Nigeria, PhD student Oluwabunmi Iwakin strives to make water systems more resilient through his work in Lehigh’s Interconnected Critical Infrastructure Systems Engineering (CONCISE) Laboratory and the Energy Research Center (ERC).

Video: Biomaterials research targets knee injuries

Bioengineer Natasha Hunt '22 is staying at Lehigh to continue her work in The Chow Lab as a graduate student. The team is designing 3D scaffolds to address osteochondral defects in the knee. Hunt discusses her work on "modular biomaterials," which hold promise in helping repair injuries at the interface between bone and cartilage.

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