P.C. Rossin College of
Engineering and Applied Science

Beth Galetti '93: Thinking Big

In her senior leadership role, Beth Galetti '93 manages the recruitment, growth and development of Amazon's 560,000-plus global workforce—one of the largest and fastest-growing workforces in the tech industry. She is currently the only woman on founder Jeff Bezos' so-called S-team, a group of 19 senior executives, and has input into the company's most important decisions.

Marion and George Keller ’44 leave $6.6 million Lehigh legacy

The $6.6 million gift that Marion and George F. Keller ’44 quietly donated to Lehigh in 2017 speaks volumes about the salt-of-the-earth people they were. George, who earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering, loved walking his dog, camping, tinkering with cars and helping his neighbors. Marion was comfortable in a tent, on a sailboat, or at an elegant party and had a passion for wildlife. George and Marion’s marriage was a close bond that lasted 34 years before George’s passing in 1992. Marion passed in 2017.

Lehigh alum Dr. Misti Ushio '99G makes list of Top 100 Most Creative People in Business

When it comes to bringing a new drug to market, most people see only the end result: A bit of advertising and perhaps a prescription for their ailment. But it really does take a village: Countless numbers of mice, rats, rabbits, pigs, dogs and primates are killed in preclinical laboratory trials to assess the safety of all new drugs.

Dr. Misti Ushio ‘99G, founding CEO of TARA Biosystems, is poised to disrupt the drug development cycle.

Express-Times calls alum invention a "game changer" in sports-related concussion

As an undergraduate majoring in global studies, Jessie Garcia '12, '13G had no clue she'd be leaving Lehigh with a master’s in technical entrepreneurship (TE) or that a concussion from playing on Lehigh's women's rugby team would give her the idea to start her own company – one that is now entirely run by Lehigh students and graduates.

A cool, clean legacy

Lehigh professor inspires a legion of doctoral students to ‘do well by doing good’
 
Across more than three decades as a professor and leading researcher at Lehigh University, Professor Arup SenGupta has mentored a veritable army of young innovators in the development of solutions that holistically address the problem of groundwater contamination and create sustainable water technologies around the globe, both in developing and developed countries.
 

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