The Rossin College: Engineering Re-imagined

The P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science has launched a new Web site, raising the visibility of its highly rated academic programs and cutting-edge research.

Dawn McClay Retires After 48 Years at Lehigh

The CEE department financial coordinator reflects on the joys of a university career

Growing up in the Lehigh Valley, Dawn McClay always had an eye for working at Lehigh University. It wasn’t necessarily the location or even the work itself that appealed to her but rather the scholastic environment and how being at a top-notch academic institution day in and day out could introduce her to so many interesting people and ideas.

Rossin College specialty tours

Specialty tours are offered on select dates that provide an overview of specific Lehigh engineering disciplines. These sessions are open to all visitors; please arrive at the Admissions Office in the Alumni Memorial Building 15 minutes prior to the tour's scheduled start time. Advance registration is not required. See below for tour dates and times.
See College Tours and Information Sessions for a complete listing of undergraduate tours.
Bits, Bytes, Volts, and More: Computing, Electronics and Systems

DataX symposium to focus on privacy risks of social media overuse

On Monday, November 6, 2017, Lehigh is hosting a DataX Fall Symposium entitled “TMI: The privacy risk of social media addiction” in STEPS 101 (1 West Packer Ave in Bethlehem) from 4:00pm to 5:30pm.
The symposium is co-sponsored by Seton Hall School of Law. Representatives will be available to meet with attendees who are interested in pursuing a law degree.

Webinar series on career advancement through professional masters

Lehigh University invites your participation in its fall series of Professional Masters webinars on November 6, 2017. These webinars are the perfect opportunity to learn how earning one of these degrees can significantly impact and advance your professional career.

Telehealth symposium at Lehigh University to shed light on federal, state initiatives

Lehigh University presents its 2018 Healthcare Systems Engineering Symposium on May 24, 2018 featuring federal initiatives, state policy and current implementations on telehealth
Lehigh University presents its 2018 Healthcare Systems Engineering Symposium on May 24, 2018 featuring federal initiatives, state policy and current implementations on telehealth.

Pier Luigi Nervi: Art and science of building

Traveling exhibit on campus May 5-6 celebrates famed structural engineer's life and work
This international traveling exhibition celebrates the life and work of one of the greatest and most inventive structural engineers of the 20th century, Pier Luigi Nervi (1891-1979).

Presentation: Reduce, reuse, recycle

The impact of plastics on the environment and the lack of appropriate recycling have been brought to light in the national press. What are the problems of plastic recycling and how efficient are the solutions?
Jonas Baltrusaitis, assistant professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Lehigh University, will present a talk in recognition of Earth Day 2018 about the problems of plastic recycling.
Date: Sunday, April 22, 2018
Place: Nitschmann Hall, Christian Education Building, Central Moravian Church, Bethlehem

Bioinformatics Funding at the NSF: The Advances in Biological Informatics Program

Jennifer W. Weller, NSF Program Officer and BIO Directorate, Division of Biological Infrastructure, presents at the next DataX seminar series, "Bioinformatics Funding at the National Science Foundation: The Advances in Biological Informatics Program."
Weller will be available to meet with student groups, post-doctoral fellows and junior faculty to discuss programs that direct funding towards their groups, as well as for one-on-one conversations with individuals interested in other DBI or BIO Directorate programs.

Realizing cutting-edge materials and biomedical research with synchrotron radiation

Interested Lehigh graduate students and faculty are cordially invited to the first in a series of Institute for Functional Materials and Devices (I-FMD) workshops on the availability of advanced experimental techniques and resources.
Workshop: "Realizing cutting-edge materials and biomedical research with synchrotron radiation"
Date: April 9, 2018
Place: Wood Dining Room, Iacocca Hall
Time: 9:00 am - 12:30 pm: Presentations; 1:30-4:00 pm: Exploratory discussions with NSLS-II personnel