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The Fall 2019 Bulletin profiles Pam Fusek ’13, a young alum who is living out a dream as a test engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Also, in a photo essay, the issue chronicles the journey of a group of Lehigh faculty, students and staff to Sierra Leone as part of Lehigh’s Global Social Impact Fellowship. Also highlighted is the research of Hannah Dailey ’02 ’06G ’09 Ph.D., who is working to bridge the gap in clinicians’ ability to predict how quickly bones heal.
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Pam Fusek ’13 stoked her passion for space exploration at Lehigh and landed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Lehigh Global Social Impact Fellows work to develop more positive health outcomes in the West African nation.
Hannah Dailey ’02 ’06G ’09G seeks to bridge the gap in clinicians’ ability to predict how quickly bones heal.
Lehigh neuroscientist Ann E. Fink uses comic-book form to explore the bioethics of treating a torturer’s PTSD