A beloved instructor, Grassi taught courses in all four years of chemical engineering education.
The ‘Bug Zapper’ uses UV-C light to damage the DNA of pathogens, including the coronavirus, to enable the sterilization and reuse of N95 masks when new ones are unavailable.
A Q&A with Kathleen Hanley, professor of finance and director of the Center of Financial Services at the College of Business.
The professor in the Department of English and a core faculty member in the Health, Medicine & Society Program explains why two novels in particular have been on her mind during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Skinner, associate dean for research in Lehigh’s College of Health, was interviewed by WFMZ about the role of social distancing in slowing the transmission of the coronavirus.
Krasas succeeds Robert Flowers, who was recently named dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
This easily observed and annoying phenomenon yields insights into center of mass and impacts. Jerome Licini and a first-year physics student demonstrate the effects of impact.
Urban joins Lehigh from the University of Pittsburgh, where he serves as vice provost for graduate studies and strategic initiatives.
Hart ’68 ’88H—a former NASA astronaut, U.S. Air Force fighter pilot and telecommunications executive who joined Lehigh's faculty in 2006—will deliver the commencement address on Monday, May 18.
Professor Xu is one of only 23 early-career chemistry scholars in the U.S. and Canada to receive this prestigious award.