Oring ’96 appointed manager of J4 Capital

Industrial and systems engineering alum David Oring ’96 has been appointed manager of J4 Capital, an investment adviser that has developed AI investing software to predict market behavior for liquid exchange-traded securities.

Meader ’84 lands Luminex CEO post

Mechanical engineering alum Scott Meader ’84 was recently named CEO of Luminex Home Decor & Fragrance, the holding company of international candle and fragrance brands PartyLite and Candle-lite, according to a press release.

Meader served as the CEO of Ronnoco Coffee from 2013 to 2017 and previously held executive positions with bakery ingredient manufacturer AB Mauri Fleischmann’s and food company Milnot Holding Corp.

Civil engineering alum to discuss path from South Mountain to 'the final frontier'

Lehigh University's chapter of National Society of Black Engineers is inviting the entire Lehigh campus community to learn what it takes to get from Fritz Lab to the stars.

On Thursday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m. Eastern, Lehigh alumnus Ted Johnson '87 will present his life and professional experiences during a virtual meeting of the campus chapter of National Society of Black Engineers.

Predicting—and preventing—PPE shortages

Healthcare Systems Engineering alum Leidy Guzman ’16 ’17 M.Eng. tackles process improvement in the era of COVID-19

When patients with COVID-19 began arriving at Tufts Medical Center in Boston, medical staff began burning through disposable face masks, goggles, and gowns.

The situation was so alarming that the hospital quickly tasked Lehigh University Healthcare Systems Engineering alumna Leidy Guzman with calculating how long Tufts’ supply of personal protective equipment, or PPE, would last. 

Developing a faster, simplified COVID-19 test

Kathryn Kundrod ’15 was busy working on her PhD in bioengineering at Rice University when COVID-19 was declared a pandemic in March 2020. She and her research partners began investigating what sort of coronavirus diagnostic testing was available and saw that it wasn’t increasing to the levels they thought it should. 

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