Clemens '00 named CFO of AdaptHealth

Industrial engineering alum Jason A. Clemens '00 has been appointed chief financial officer of AdaptHealth, effective August 3, 2020. The company is a national provider of home medical equipment, supplies, and related services.

Lehigh ISE Ph.D Alum Xiaocheng Tang '15 Wins 2019 Daniel H. Wagner Prize

A team including Lehigh’s Industrial & Systems Engineering Ph.D Alum Xiaocheng Tang ‘15 was awarded the 2019 Daniel H. Wagner Prize for Excellence in the Practice of Advanced Analytics and Operations. This prize recognizes the quality and coherence of the analysis used in practice.

‘Commonsense medicine’ for recovering COVID-19 patients

ER doc, healthcare systems engineer David Adinaro ’88 ’15 M.Eng. leads Secaucus Field Medical Station taking stress off NJ hospitals during pandemic

Earlier this year, Dr. David Adinaro was in between jobs after leaving New Jersey’s St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, where he’d spent the past 17 years. His short-term plan was to return to clinical emergency medicine, where he’d started his career. But before those plans could materialize for the former chief medical officer, COVID-19 began to bear down on the region.

Going solar

Lehigh’s Energy Systems Engineering master’s program helped environmental engineer Sarah Conde ’15 M.Eng. flip the switch on new career with commercial solar developer

When the zombie apocalypse hits the Los Angeles area in the Netflix series “Daybreak,” a teenager observes that a local shopping mall keeps running because it’s solar powered. 

ISE announces 2020 recipient of Distinguished Alumni Award for Excellence in Industry

The Industrial and Systems Engineering Department keeps a strong connection with their alumni and they have been contributing tremendously to our success, in the most various ways, through their own accomplishments and contacts, through their knowledge of the industry needs and trends, and also through their unconditional advice and generous support.

Tapping into a powerful network

A professional master’s in Energy Systems Engineering gave David Reino ’16 ’17 M.Eng. the technical knowledge, leadership skills, and industry connections to land a job at a major utility—months before graduation

There are things that people count on: The sun sets in the west, spring follows winter, and when you flip a switch, the lights go on. 

An unexpected engineer

Studying Healthcare Systems Engineering as a grad student propelled pharma consultant Zara Ali Ahmad ’16 ’18 M.Eng. into a fast-paced profession she’d never considered

Zara Ali Ahmad always thought she’d become a physician’s assistant. But as she entered her senior year majoring in behavioral neuroscience at Lehigh University, she was still keeping her options open.  

Learning by taking the leap

International student Hansen Liang ’19 M.Eng. changed his trajectory—aligning his career path with his passions—through Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship professional master’s program

One of the most important features of Lehigh University’s professional master’s program in Technical Entrepreneurship, according to alum Hansen Liang?

“It’s a safe place to fail.”