His project, “Controlling Non-Specific Peptide Degradation in Hydrogels,” is funded with a $200,000 award from the National Science Foundation Engineering Research Initiation.
Looking back at some of the biggest Lehigh stories of the year.
Events included guided tours of Lehigh’s new Health, Science and Technology Building, a festival on the Clayton University Center lawn and more.
Levine presented “Challenges and Opportunities Facing Public Health Perspectives from the Assistant Secretary for Health” at the Health, Science and Technology Building on Thursday.
Lehigh’s Health, Science and Technology Building was celebrated Friday with a ribbon cutting.
Levine will give a presentation at the new Health, Science and Technology Building on how she’s working to help the nation overcome the pandemic.
The largest building Lehigh has ever built, HST is designed to encourage collaboration among faculty and students across disciplines.
Researchers from Lehigh and Ohio State will leverage the existing Presidential Nano/Human Interfaces (NHI) Initiative for an innovative collaboration on the development of two novel metallic alloys.
The move includes relocating 32 faculty members and 15 labs from existing areas on campus.
Here’s a look back at the biggest Lehigh stories of the year.