A summer in science

Last Fall, Cara Bagley ’16 found herself at a Girl Scout event focused on science, technology, engineering, and math, encouraging an audience of young girls who may one day pursue interests and opportunities in these fields.


Five recent Lehigh engineering graduates have won a national competition for designing a portable device that enables patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) to determine whether their medication is working.


Engineering students lead a push for larger Lehigh social media presence

Sustainable Farming at Lehigh Mountaintop

As part of the Summer 2015 Mountaintop program, an interdisciplinary group of five students are working to create a fully energy-independent food-growing enterprise at the Lehigh Community Garden on the Goodman Campus.

Inspiring through the art of engineering

It's not the typical teenage summer pastime: Forty-nine of Pennsylvania's top rising seniors journeyed from all over the State to Lehigh University for an intense and deep dive into the world of engineering, courtesy of the Pennsylvania Governor's School for Engineering and Technology (