P.C. Rossin College of
Engineering and Applied Science

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at lehigh university

Feel the thrill of making things happen

Experiential learning: Lehigh Engineering's fabled undergraduate program has been all about it since the very beginning. Here, students discover their passions, make real impact, and evolve into the engineers they aspire to be. Our faculty specializes in providing meaningful opportunities for talented young minds to engage in the lab, the workplace, and the community, here in the beautiful Lehigh Valley and all around the world. These are a few examples—are you next?

The Latest at the Rossin College

News Briefs

Fall 2023 ChBE Seminar: Ying Diao

Fri, Sep 29, 2023

Oct. 4: "Non-Equilibrium Assembly of Functional Polymers for Sustainable Earth and Habitable Mars"

News Briefs

MEM announces new aerospace initiative

Wed, Sep 27, 2023

Studying aerospace engineering opens pathways for careers that push the boundaries of what’s possible, whether students want to shoot for the stars or help ensure a more sustainable future for aviation here...

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New leadership supports Rossin College educational mission

Fri, Sep 22, 2023

Derick Brown, Mark Snyder to assume associate dean positions Oct. 1

Faculty & Programs

Frangopol to deliver Univ. of Arizona’s Kececioglu Memorial Lecture

Fri, Sep 22, 2023

On October 5, Professor Dan M. Frangopol will give the Kececioglu Memorial Lecture hosted by the Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arizona (UA). 

Frangopol, the inaugural...

News Briefs

Lehigh researchers make sand that flows uphill

Wed, Sep 20, 2023

Paper published in 'Nature Communications' details how applying magnetic forces to individual 'microroller' particles spurs collective motion—with counterintuitive results

News Briefs

Concrete 3D-printing approach developed by Lehigh team featured on cover of ‘Structure’ magazine

Wed, Sep 20, 2023

Innovative technique is the focus of ongoing exhibit at the National Museum of Industrial History

Graduate Student Spotlight

Video: Biomaterials research targets knee injuries

Bioengineer Natasha Hunt '22 is staying at Lehigh to continue her work in The Chow Lab as a graduate student. The team is designing 3D scaffolds to address osteochondral defects in the knee. Hunt discusses her work on "modular biomaterials," which hold promise in helping repair injuries at the interface between bone and cartilage.

Bridge design students tackle real-world challenge

Student team RVTT Engineers won the best bridge design award as part of Lehigh’s Bridge System Design Class, which included PhD, master's, and undergraduate students. The class competition was based on the new NY-NJ Goethals Bridge and the students' designs were reviewed by engineers who worked on the span.

An optimal education for systems improvement

Working on real-world projects through Lehigh's Enterprise Systems Center gave ISE master's student Giavanna Tabbachino ’21 ’22G practical experience and professional mentorship that prepared her to make an impact as a quality systems engineer in the electronics industry.

Video: Learning from owls to design quieter aircraft

Mechanical engineering PhD student researches owl-inspired aero-acoustics with the ultimate aim of making aircraft quieter. He recently received a prestigious Fulbright research award to study and continue his research in Germany at Brandenburg Technical University.

Engineering Departments

Interdisciplinary Research Institutes