Helping undergrad engineers hack the mysteries of grad school

To an undergraduate student slogging their way through such curricular masterpieces as organic chemistry, heat transfer, and fracture mechanics, grad school may very well seem like a beast lurking in the shadows of some far off future, the dragon at the end of a hero’s arduous journey.

Rossin Connection Podcast: The Astronaut, Part 1

Terry Hart '68, '88H, is a Lehigh alum and a professor of practice in mechanical engineering and mechanics. He's also a former telecommunications executive, fighter pilot, and astronaut. In part one of a two-part interview, Hart talks about the event that initially captured his imagination about space, the edge engineering gave him as an Air Force pilot during the Vietnam War, the most fortuitous failure of his life, and why Sally Ride was his favorite copilot.

Announcing new engineering faculty

The P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science is pleased to welcome the following new members to our distinguished faculty: