A recent article on the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation (LVEDC) website features Lehigh's Technical Entrepreneurship (TE) master's program, which will begin accepting applications on September 1 for the 11-month graduate program that begins July 5, 2023. 

The piece highlights TE master's alum Jessie Garcia, the founder and CEO of impact sensor manufacturing company Tozuda, which develops technology for sports helmets that can detect serious head injuries. 

According to Michael Lehman, director of the M.Eng. in Technical Entrepreneurship program and a professor of practice in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics: "Students come to the program with three different mindsets. They may already have a venture or idea they want to grow, they may have an industry they’d like to explore, or they may just have lots of ideas and want to figure out what’s next in their career journey.”

Read the full story on the LVEDC website.