Lehigh Expo to Be Held Virtually

Students must email submissions by April 30.

Expo 2018

Lehigh students showcase their projects at the 2018 Expo at Mountaintop.

The Lehigh Expo, an annual event dedicated to showcasing and celebrating student and department projects, will be held virtually this year. 

Lehigh students can apply to present their project work, either from classes, academic work, or projects they completed outside of school. Faculty may also submit work from their classes or program. Submissions may take the form of a poster, photo, video clip, audio clip, or any other digital medium. They will be compiled in a website, which will go live on May 1.

Bill Whitney, the administrative director for the Office of Creative Inquiry, said that 300 students were initially signed up to present at the live expo. He hopes that at least that many will apply to be featured on the website, but believes that even more is possible. 

Submissions can be emailed to expo@lehigh.edu or shared on Google Drive with wrw210@lehigh.edu on or before Thursday, April 30.

Story by Tabitha Nowak

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