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									The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations




  LEHIGH
DIRECT
   2009
            Providing access to strategic
         relationships that connect our
    educational mission with your goals
                     www.lehigh.edu/partners
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CONTENTS
CONNECTING WITH LEHIGH . . . . . . . . 4
Meeting your organizational goals

RESEARCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Expanding knowledge and fueling growth

RECRUITING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
Encouraging talent and leadership

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION . . . . . . . . . .32
Fostering professional development

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT                        . . . . . . . .36
Spurring regional growth

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT . . . . . . .40
Promoting educational outreach and community development



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    CONNECTING
WITH LEHIGH
                     www.lehigh.edu/partners




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                    WELCOME TO LEHIGH
                    When Asa Packer founded Lehigh
                    University, he envisioned a place whose
                    mission was not only to create knowledge,
                    but also to put it into action. Building on its
                    strong tradition of innovation and academic
excellence, Lehigh is taking an increasingly significant role in
helping society identify, prepare for, and respond to the
challenges shaping the 21st century.
We have broken ground on the Science, Technology,
Environment, Policy & Society (STEPS) facility, where
students and faculty members from multiple fields will converge
to discuss and research the challenges facing our world. Just as
such problems have many causes, Lehigh recognizes that the
solutions will be found in a combination of ways through a
collaborative approach.
High on Lehigh’s agenda as well are the critical issues of health
care and health care delivery, which pose escalating
technological, financial, and human resource challenges in the
United States and throughout the world. Lehigh’s strengths in
the physical, biological, and social sciences, engineering, and
education combine to bring a systemic approach to this
complex set of issues.
In the face of difficult financial markets and other global
dilemmas, we will find answers not in isolation but in global
cooperation. In addition to research and educational exchanges,
Lehigh’s expanded focus on international experiences for our
students brings with it a significant emphasis on international
internships, and we look forward to working with our corporate
partners in this area.
As you browse the 2009 edition of Lehigh Direct, you will find
new programs and initiatives as well as new developments in
existing programs. The Corporate and Foundation Relations
team is available to meet with you to explore ways in which we
can strengthen and expand our collaboration.




Kathryn G. Humphreys, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President, Corporate and Foundation
Relations and Career Services




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STRATEGIC RELATIONSHIPS
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations at Lehigh
facilitates university partnerships with industry, charitable
foundations, and other interested organizations. By providing
access to faculty and administration, we can develop strategic
relationships that connect our educational mission with your
goals. When you connect with Lehigh, the strategic relationship
enhances your organizational goals through:

    • Research: Whether your research needs are broad or
      specific, Lehigh’s faculty can help you solve problems and
      seize opportunities.
    • Recruitment: Lehigh is an excellent place to find the talent
      your organization needs.
    • Executive education: We can develop programs tailored to
      your field to enhance the skills of your current workforce.
    • Community outreach: Working with Lehigh ties your
      organization more closely to the fabric of the community.
    • Philanthropy: Lehigh can help you to make a difference by
      realizing your charitable goals through gifts to the university.
    • Recognition: Organizations that support Lehigh are
      recognized within the university and the community,
      generating visibility linked to mutual effort and commitment.


CONTACTS
Lehigh University
Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations
27 Memorial Drive West
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3076
www.lehigh.edu/partners
Phone: 610.758.3892 • Fax: 610.758.5864

      Kathryn G. Humphreys, Ph.D.
      Assistant Vice President
      Corporate and Foundation Relations and Career Services
      Phone: 610.758.3714 • e-mail: kah2@lehigh.edu
      Kathleen M. Barth
      Development Officer
      Phone: 610.758.5766 • e-mail: kbb205@lehigh.edu
      Paul C. Hanks
      Development Officer
      Phone: 610.533.5428 • e-mail: pah4@lehigh.edu
      Suzanne Irvine
      Development Officer
      Phone: 610.758.5017 • e-mail: sli2@lehigh.edu
      Matthew E. Mattern
      Senior Development Officer
      Phone: 610.758.4675 • e-mail: mqm5@lehigh.edu




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     Marylou Deutsch
     Research Analyst
     Phone: 610.758.6845 • e-mail: mat4@lehigh.edu
     Mary K. Wagner
     Administrative Coordinator
     Phone: 610.758.3892 • e-mail: mkw0@lehigh.edu

CAMPUS VISITS
Lehigh University welcomes your visits to campus. Often, visits
include meetings with staff and faculty, laboratory tours, and
special program presentations. The Office of Corporate and
Foundation Relations can help coordinate visits, meetings, and
seminars. Please contact us to find out more.

ABOUT LEHIGH
Lehigh University is a private, coeducational university in
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, offering degree programs through the
doctoral level in the arts and humanities, business, education,
engineering, and the natural and social sciences. The university,
founded in 1865, has three contiguous campuses on 1,600 acres
and more than 3.6 million square feet of classroom, laboratory,
office and living space.
There are currently 4,876 undergraduates and 2,118 graduate
students enrolled at Lehigh; of undergraduate students, 38.43%
are majors within the College of Arts and Sciences, 28.47% are
in the College of Business and Economics, 29.63% are in the
                                P.C. Rossin College of
                                Engineering and Applied Science,
                                and 3.06% are involved in inter-
                                college study. The first-year class
                                numbers 1,205 students. The
                                overall graduate and
                                undergraduate student
                                population represents 49 states
                                (excluding Washington D.C.,
                                Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin
Islands) and 66 countries. Courses are taught by 440 faculty
members, 99% of whom hold a doctorate or other terminal
degree. An average student to faculty ratio of 9:1 reflects Lehigh’s
dedication to the teacher/scholar model.
With a $387 million operating budget for 2008–2009, Lehigh is
a carefully managed, fiscally conservative institution that adheres
to its longstanding balanced-budget policy. The university
received gifts totaling $82.9 million this past year, and has an
endowment of more than $1.1 billion (as of 06/30/08).




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    Lehigh’s renowned faculty, exciting research programs, and state-of-the-art
      laboratories, institutes, and research centers are among the world’s best.




              RESEARCH
                                            www.lehigh.edu/partners




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At Lehigh University, undergraduate and graduate students,
postdoctoral research associates, and professional research staff
work side-by-side with faculty on a wide range of scholarly work
and research activities. Research occurs in a rich variety of forms,
ranging from the pursuits of individual students and faculty to
large collaborative programs, centers, and institutes involving
many faculty, students, and staff from across colleges and the
university. Our faculty members conduct research and develop
solutions that address the needs of industry, government, and
society as a whole. Here we highlight a few of the many research
activities at Lehigh. For more information, please contact the
Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Research
and Graduate Studies.
www.lehigh.edu/research

BIOENGINEERING
The Bioengineering program at Lehigh aims to prepare
undergraduate students to be critical thinkers, problem solvers,
innovators, leaders, and lifelong learners who can have a positive
impact at the interfaces of the physical and life sciences and
engineering. The program works across traditional disciplinary
boundaries, and provides practical experience for students.
Faculty members from various departments have active research
collaborations in biopharmaceuticals, cell and tissue engineering,
biophotonics/bioelectronics, and biomaterials. This teamwork
makes Lehigh an ideal partner for the development of
biopharmaceuticals, medical devices, advanced optical imaging,
biomaterials, and related areas.
www.lehigh.edu/bioe
    Anand Jagota, Ph.D.
    Director
    Professor, Chemical Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.4396 • e-mail: anj6@lehigh.edu
    H. Daniel Ou-Yang, Ph.D.
    Associate Director
    Professor, Physics
    Phone: 610.758.3920 • e-mail: hdo0@lehigh.edu

EDUCATION & TECHNOLOGY
Lehigh’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology program
advances research in the key areas of understanding
fundamental components and the psychology behind
instructional media and delivery systems, designing web-based
environmental inquiry learning environments, and using new
technologies to enhance education.
www.lehigh.edu/education/tlt
    MJ Bishop, Ed.D.
    Associate Professor and Coordinator
    Teaching, Learning, and Technology
    Phone: 610.758.3230 • e-mail: tltprogram@lehigh.edu




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GLOBAL EDUCATION SYSTEMS
Through the Comparative and International Education
Program, faculty and students compare schooling that occurs
across nations as well as investigating and understanding global
trends in education. Research focuses on cross-national trends,
comparative phenomena, and the study of globalization,
democratization, and policymaking in educational systems
around the world.
www.lehigh.edu/education/cie/
     Alexander W. Wiseman, Ph.D.
     Associate Professor and Coordinator
     Comparative and International Education
     Phone: 610.758.3219 • e-mail: aww207@lehigh.edu

                                 ENERGY
                                 The Energy Research Center
                                 (ERC) facilitates energy research
                                 activities at Lehigh, using its
                                 contacts in industry and
                                 government to provide sponsored
                                 research opportunities for faculty,
                                 students, and research staff. ERC
                                 research programs deal with
                                 energy conversion and power
generation, environmental aspects of energy production and use,
energy conservation, renewable energy, materials for energy
applications, and a wide range of fundamental engineering and
science investigations that form the basis of new energy processes
and systems. This research is funded by U.S. and foreign
companies and by government sponsors, such as the U.S.
Department of Energy, EPA, and NSF.
www.lehigh.edu/energy
     Edward K. Levy, Sc.D.
     Director
     Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
     Phone: 610.758.4090 • e-mail: ekl0@lehigh.edu
     John W. Sale
     Principal Research Engineer and Industrial Liaison Officer
     Phone: 610.758.4545 • e-mail: jws3@lehigh.edu
Lehigh is launching a new Energy Systems Engineering
Institute (ESEI) in collaboration with the Electric Power
Research Institute (EPRI) that will serve as a center of excellence
in education, research, and technology transfer for the energy
industry. At the center of the ESEI will be an intensive, 10-
month M.Eng. in Energy Systems Engineering degree program
that will train science and engineering students to become future
leaders in the energy industry.
     John P. Coulter, Ph.D.
     Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research
     Phone: 610.758.6310 • e-mail: jc0i@lehigh.edu



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ENVIRONMENT
The Environmental Initiative at Lehigh coordinates research
efforts related to the environment across a multidisciplinary
group of departments. Centered on the themes of earth system
science, human interactions with the environment, and
environmental engineering and technologies, the Initiative’s
research focuses on earth dynamics and natural hazards,
environmental change and remediation, advanced treatment
processes and energy conversion technologies, K-12
environmental education, and watershed systems.
www.ei.lehigh.edu
   Dork Sahagian, Ph.D.
   Director
   Professor, Earth and Environmental Science
   Phone: 610.758.6379 • e-mail: dos204@lehigh.edu

FINANCIAL SERVICES
To enhance the classroom experience and apply theory to actual
business problems, the Financial Services Laboratory (FSL) at
the College of Business and Economics provides a real-time link
between world events and their impact on financial markets. The
FSL uses software and data streams from Thomson Financial,
Market News International, and Lava Trading, among others.
www.lehigh.edu/fsl
   David H. Myers, Ph.D.
   Director
   Joseph R. Perella ’64 Professor of Practice, Finance
   Phone: 610.758.4533 • e-mail: dhm2@lehigh.edu

HUMANITIES
When biomaterials, prosthetic intelligence, and other
technologies complicate the issue of precisely what it means to be
human, the study of art, literature, music, and history take on
increasing importance as both shapers and interpreters of culture
and technology.
Lehigh’s Humanities Center encourages students and faculty
to collaborate across disciplines through research, visiting
scholars, conferences, reading groups, discussion forums, and
curricular programs centered on a different theme each year.
www.lehigh.edu/~inhum
   M. Edurne Portela, Ph.D.
   Director
   Assistant Professor, Spanish and Latin American Studies,
   Department of Modern Languages and Literature
   Phone: 610.758.6064 • e-mail: mep8@lehigh.edu




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The Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Jewish Studies
explores the history, religion, literature, and culture of the Jewish
people. The classroom experience is enhanced by lectures from
visiting scholars, films, seminars, exhibits, and conferences.
www.lehigh.edu/~inber/inber.html
     Laurence J. Silberstein, Ph.D.
     Director
     Philip and Muriel Berman Professor of Jewish Studies
     Phone: 610.758.4870 • e-mail: ljs2@lehigh.edu
The Lawrence Henry Gipson Institute supports research and
education in eighteenth-century studies and provides research
opportunities, an annual Ph.D. dissertation fellowship,
symposia and lectures by visiting scholars, and publications.
www.lehigh.edu/~inlhgi/index.html
     Scott Paul Gordon, Ph.D.
     Co-Director
     Professor, English
     Phone: 610.758.3320 • e-mail: spg4@lehigh.edu
     Monica Najar, Ph.D.
     Co-Director
     Associate Professor, History
     Phone: 610.758.4424 • e-mail: najar@lehigh.edu

INFORMATION SCIENCE
AND TECHNOLOGY
From the study of information and systems engineering to
sensors and wireless networking, Lehigh’s researchers work closely
with industry, government, and other organizations. An image
fusion algorithm developed at Lehigh, for example, helps law
enforcement personnel detect concealed weapons by combining
different image sources. Lehigh’s high performance computing
researchers tackle computationally demanding problems from
stock market analysis to the tracking of drug smugglers.
     Filbert J. Bartoli, Ph.D.
     Chandler Weaver Chair, Professor and
     Chair, Electrical and Computer Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4070 • e-mail: fjb205@lehigh.edu
     Gregory L. Tonkay, Ph.D.
     Interim Chair and Associate Professor,
     Industrial and Systems Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4050 • e-mail: glt0@lehigh.edu
     Henry F. Korth, Ph.D.
     Chair and Robert W. Wieseman 1916
     Professor of Computer Science and Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4113 • e-mail: hfk2@lehigh.edu




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MATERIALS SCIENCE
AND ENGINEERING
At Lehigh, faculty, staff, and students lead and participate in a wide
variety of interdisciplinary research and educational programs,
including nanomaterials, structural materials, materials for micro-
electronic and optical applications, biomaterials, and materials for
biomedical devices. A superb array of fabrication, testing, and
characterization tools gives Lehigh the ability to conduct research
on everything from nanoparticles to megastructures.
    Helen M. Chan, Ph.D.
    Chair and New Jersey Zinc Professor
    of Materials Science and Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.5554 • e-mail: helen.chan@lehigh.edu
The Institute for Metal Forming goes beyond classical metal
forming research to conduct studies of microstructural
responses, including projects in powder processing,
microstructure analysis, and the forming of polymers.
www.lehigh.edu/~inimf/imf.html
    Wojciech Z. Misiolek, Sc.D.
    Director
    Loewy Professor of Materials Forming and Processing
    Phone: 610.758.4252 •
    e-mail: metal.forming@lehigh.edu
                              The Center for Polymer Science
                              and Engineering enables Lehigh
                              faculty and students from
                              chemistry, chemical engineering,
                              materials science, mechanical
                              engineering, and physics to
                              perform interdisciplinary research
                              in polymers, and fosters the
                              dissemination of research findings
                              through publications, short
courses, campus-wide seminars, and distance education courses.
fp1.cc.lehigh.edu/inpolctr/cpse_home_page.htm
    Raymond A. Pearson, Ph.D.
    Director
    Professor, Materials Science and Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.3857 • e-mail: rp02@lehigh.edu
The Emulsion Polymers Institute carries out broad-based
fundamental and applied research in the area of polymer colloids.
fp2.cc.lehigh.edu/inemuls/epi/epi_home_page.htm
    Eric S. Daniels
    Executive Director
    Principal Research Scientist
    Phone: 610.758.3602 • e-mail: esd0@lehigh.edu




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The International Materials Institute for New Functionality
in Glass, established at Lehigh by the National Science
Foundation in cooperation with Penn State University,
promotes new applications of glass through international
collaborations/exchanges, and provides glass science education
resources from across the world to pre-college and university
students, researchers in industry, and the general public.
www.lehigh.edu/imi
     Himanshu Jain, Eng.Sc.D.
     Director
     Theodore L. Diamond Distinguished Professor
     of Materials Science and Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4217 • e-mail: h.jain@lehigh.edu

NANOTECHNOLOGY
AND APPLICATIONS
Nanotechnology research at Lehigh spans disciplines including
materials science, bioengineering, and electrical, chemical, and
environmental engineering. With state and federal funding,
                                researchers study nanoparticles,
                                nanostructures, MEMS and other
                                devices; explore catalysts at the
                                nanoscale for environmental and
                                energy applications; study
                                mechanisms of grain growth to
                                engineer ceramics; develop
                                functional glass materials and
                                polymer nanocomposites; and
                                bring biomaterials into practice.
 The Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology
(CAMN) operates the largest central electron microscopy facility
of any university in the country, allowing scientists to use some of
the best nanocharacterization equipment in the world to image
and analyze materials at molecular and atomic levels. Lehigh’s
world-renowned summer Microscopy School has drawn hundreds
of international researchers since 1970. The CAMN works closely
with a wide range of industry partners, mainly through its long-
standing Industrial Liaison Program. CAMN also administers the
Lehigh Nanotech Network, consisting of over 60 members from
industry, government, and academia.
www.lehigh.edu/nano
     Martin P. Harmer, Ph.D.
     Director
     Alcoa Foundation Professor of Materials Science
     and Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4227 • e-mail: mph2@lehigh.edu
     Eugene A. Lucadamo
     Industrial Liaison Officer
     Phone: 610.758.4855 • e-mail: eal7@lehigh.edu




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Scientists and engineers in the Sherman Fairchild Center for
Solid-State Studies use electron-beam lithography to create
nanostructures for nanoelectronics and photonics, with an
emphasis on understanding the fundamental electrical,
material, and optical properties of these structures.
www.lehigh.edu/~insfl/sfc.html
    Marvin H. White, Ph.D.
    Director
    Sherman Fairchild Professor of Solid-State Studies
    in Electrical Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.4221 • e-mail: mhw0@lehigh.edu

OPTICAL TECHNOLOGY
Lehigh’s Center for Optical Technologies performs fundamental,
multidisciplinary research in optical materials, devices, and
systems, and also targets transitional research with commercial
impact together with its industry and government partners.
The three current focus areas of research are optoelectronics,
biophotonics, and all-optical functionality.
www.lehigh.edu/optics
    Thomas L. Koch, Ph.D.
    Director
    Daniel E. ’39 & Patricia M. Smith Endowed Chair
    Phone: 610.758.2601 • e-mail: tlkoch@lehigh.edu
    Kimberly D.C. Trapp
    Industrial Liaison Officer
    Phone: 610.758.2602 • e-mail: kdt2@lehigh.edu

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Faculty and graduate students in the social sciences explore
human understanding of self, others, and the world. Lehigh’s
emerging research focus on social change in the context of
globalization cuts across the social sciences, the humanities,
education, natural sciences, and business and economics, as well
as interdisciplinary studies such as Women’s Studies and area
studies programs such as Asian Studies and Africana Studies.
The Globalization and Social Change Initiative promises to
transform the study of global issues at Lehigh, bringing together
faculty with global research interests from across the university, and
enhancing research and teaching on topics of international, social,
political, economic, environmental, and cultural concern. With its
distinctive United Nations recognition as a non-governmental
organization (NGO), Lehigh hosts seminars on campus and in
New York City and Washington, D.C.
    John F. Lule, Ph.D.
    Director
    Joseph B. McFadden Distinguished Professor of Journalism
    Phone: 610.758.4177 • e-mail: jack.lule@lehigh.edu




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The Center for Social Research is a multidisciplinary
organization designed to stimulate and conduct research
involving the social and behavioral sciences, including
psychology, sociology, anthropology, and education.
     Diane T. Hyland, Ph.D.
     Director and Professor, Psychology
     Phone: 610.758.3631 • e-mail: dth1@lehigh.edu
The Social Science Data Center supports research needs from
the university, advancing data driven research being carried out
by faculty and students.
     Ziad Munson, Ph.D.
     Director
     Assistant Professor, Sociology
     Phone: 610.758.1095 • e-mail: munson@lehigh.edu

INDIVIDUALS AT-RISK
FOR OR WITH DISABILITIES
Lehigh’s College of Education faculty is among the most
research-active in the nation. The Center for Promoting
Research to Practice is designed to bring together schools,
families, and their communities to discover how children and
adolescents at-risk for or with disabilities learn, and to put
research into practice in school districts. Examples of research
programs in the Center and across faculty include non-
pharmaceutical interventions for children with ADHD,
enhancing math performance of seventh grade students, and
language and literacy growth in early childhood.
www.lehigh.edu/collegeofeducation/cprp
     Edward S. Shapiro, Ph.D.
     Director
     Iacocca Professor of School Psychology
     Phone: 610.758.3258 • e-mail: ess2@lehigh.edu

STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS
The Advanced Technology for Large Structural Systems
(ATLSS) Center is internationally recognized for research on
structural systems, materials essential to the civil infrastructure,
and infra-structure hazard mitigation. Research programs include
the testing and study of bridges and ships, in-service
infrastructure monitoring, non-destructive evaluation,
earthquake resistance testing of buildings and other large
                                 structures, and fire resistance
                                 testing of structural assemblages.
                                www.atlss.lehigh.edu
                                Richard Sause, Ph.D.
                                Director
                                John T. Stuart Professor
                                of Civil Engineering
                                Phone: 610.758.3565
                                e-mail: rs0c@lehigh.edu



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   Chad Kusko, Ph.D.
   Administrative Director
   Phone: 610.758.5299 • e-mail: chk205@lehigh.edu
The George E. Brown Jr. Network for Earthquake Simulation
(NEES) facility at ATLSS, supported by the National Science
Foundation, conducts earthquake engineering simulation to
investigate the seismic response of structural and non-structural
systems for buildings and bridges.
www.nees.lehigh.edu
   James M. Ricles, Ph.D., P.E.
   Director, Real-Time Multi-Directional Earthquake Facility
   Bruce Johnston Professor of Civil Engineering
   Phone: 610.758.6252 • e-mail: jmr5@lehigh.edu

URBAN EDUCATION
The Center for Developing Urban Educational Leaders
cultivates educational leadership in urban communities by
conducting research, developing leadership competencies, and
improving leadership practice, which enhances student learning
and development.
www.lehigh.edu/education/cduel/
   George P. White, Ed.D.
   Professor, Education and Human Services
   Phone: 610.758.3262 • e-mail: gpw1@lehigh.edu

VALUE CHAIN, SUPPLY CHAIN,
AND LOGISTICS
Through the Center for Value Chain Research, faculty and
students team with corporate partners to explore research
topics such as: network, transportation, and inventory
optimization; demand planning; global supply chain issues;
lean logistics; supply chain agility and adaptability; greening
and sustainability; collaboration; and other general issues of
value chain management.
www.lehigh.edu/cvcr
   Michael D. Santoro, Ph.D.
   Co-Director
   Associate Professor, Management
   Phone: 610.758.6414 • e-mail: mds8@lehigh.edu
   Lawrence V. Snyder, Ph.D.
   Co-Director
   Assistant Professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering
   Phone: 610.758.6696 • e-mail: lvs2@lehigh.edu
   Joel L. Sutherland, M.B.A.
   Managing Director
   Phone: 610.758.6428 • e-mail: jos206@lehigh.edu




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RESEARCH CONTACTS
The Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for
Research and Graduate Studies is at the center of Lehigh’s
research network, and supports the scholarly research of the
university community by: fostering research collaborations;
developing and implementing new interdisciplinary research
initiatives; assisting faculty seeking funding for their research,
scholarly, and creative work; and enhancing
commercialization opportunities.
Lehigh’s Industrial Liaison Programs, operated through the
numerous centers and institutes on campus, provide excellent
means for industry partners to engage expert faculty in
collaborative research and development projects, and obtain
access to cutting-edge facilities, equipment, and technology.
www.lehigh.edu/research

     Bruce E. Koel, Ph.D.
     Interim Vice President and Associate Provost for Research and
     Graduate Studies
     Phone: 610.758.6120 • Fax: 610.758.5810
     e-mail: brk205@lehigh.edu
     Thomas J. Meischeid, M.B.A.
     Director, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
     Interim Director, Office of Technology Transfer
     Phone: 610.758.3021 • e-mail: tjm5@lehigh.edu
     Sujata Jagota, Ph.D.
     Research Program Development Officer
     Phone: 610.758.6124 • Fax: 610.758.5480
     e-mail: suj208@lehigh.edu
     Pamela Wheat, M.A.
     Research Program Development Officer
     Phone: 610.758.5450 • Fax: 610.758.5480
     e-mail: pds205@lehigh.edu
     John R. Taylor
     Industrial Liaison, Life Science Programs
     Phone: 610.758.3592 • Fax: 610.758.3461
     e-mail: jrt9@lehigh.edu
     William D. Michalerya, M.Eng., M.B.A.
     Associate Vice President for Government Relations
     and Economic Development
     Phone: 610.758.5483 • e-mail: wdm1@lehigh.edu
     Vito G. Gallo, J.D.
     Assistant Vice President for State Relations
     Phone: 610.758.5801 • e-mail: vgg2@lehigh.edu




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TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
The Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) is responsible for
converting Lehigh faculty, staff, and student innovations from
ideas into tangible products and services. OTT assists in
obtaining appropriate patent, trademark, or copyright protection
on Lehigh-owned intellectual property, and licensing it to
appropriate corporate and commercial partners. The office serves
an important role in student learning by encouraging
entrepreneurial thinking and experiential opportunities, and
providing a central portal for cooperative programs.
www.lehigh.edu/ott
    Thomas J. Meischeid, M.B.A.
    Interim Director
    Phone: 610.758.3021 • e-mail: tjm5@lehigh.edu
    Yatin S. Karpe, Ph.D.
    Technology Transfer Associate
    Phone: 610.758.5841 • e-mail: yatin.karpe@lehigh.edu


ADDITIONAL CENTER CONTACTS
Chemical Process Modeling and Control Research Center
www.lehigh.edu/~inpmc
    Mayuresh V. Kothare, Ph.D.
    Co-Director
    R.L. McCann Professor, Chemical Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.6654 • e-mail: mvk2@lehigh.edu
    William L. Luyben, Ph.D.
    Co-Director
    Professor, Chemical Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.4256 • e-mail: wll0@lehigh.edu
Institute for Interactivist Studies
    Mark H. Bickhard, Ph.D.
    Director
    Henry R. Luce Professor in Cognitive Robotics
    Phone: 610.758.3775 • e-mail: mhb0@lehigh.edu
Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enterprise
www.lehigh.edu/martindale
    J. Richard Aronson, Ph.D.
    Director
    William L. Clayton Professor of Business and Economics
    Phone: 610.758.3411 • e-mail: jra1@lehigh.edu
Murray H. Goodman Center for Real Estate Studies
www.lehigh.edu/~incbeug/centers/goodman_center.html
    Stephen F. Thode, M.B.A., D.B.A.
    Director
    Associate Professor, Finance
    Phone: 610.758.4557 • e-mail: sft0@lehigh.edu



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     Lehigh’s innovative academic programs combine the theoretical
      with the practical, classroom rigor with real-world experience
       making Lehigh graduates well prepared for their professions.




RECRUITING
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DISTINCTIVE PROGRAMS
Recruiting at Lehigh starts with excellence in learning, as
students engage not only in research and classroom study, but
also in experiential learning opportunities and inquiry-based
initiatives. The distinctive and interdisciplinary programs that
follow provide our graduates with exceptional skills in
leadership, communication, technology, integrative problem-
solving, and management.

ARTS AND ENGINEERING
Lehigh’s Design Arts program engages students in creative work
that focuses on visual communication design with an emphasis
on digital media and product design. Students develop skills and
knowledge in the design of furniture, toys, household items, and
electronic products—in addition to digital imagery such as
animation, special effects, games, and interactive media.
www.lehigh.edu/DesignArts
   Lucy Gans, M.F.A.
   Professor, Art and Architecture
   Phone: 610.758.3718 • e-mail: leg0@lehigh.edu
The Integrated Degree in Engineering, Arts, and Sciences
(IDEAS) undergraduate program is a four-year honors program
jointly administered by the College of Arts and Sciences and the
P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science. In
IDEAS, students choose two focus areas, one in engineering and
one in the liberal arts, in close consultation with an advisor.
Because Lehigh is one of a small number of universities with
resources for both traditional and interdisciplinary curricula in
engineering, students benefit from the integrated, strategic
leveraging of strengths across college boundaries.
www.lehigh.edu/ideas
   Jeffrey R. Milet, M.F.A.
   Co-Director, College of Arts and Sciences
   Professor, Theater
   Phone: 610.758.3639 • e-mail: jrm3@lehigh.edu
   Terry J. Hart
   Co-Director, P.C. Rossin College of Engineering
   and Applied Science
   Professor of Practice, Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
   Phone: 610.758.3639 • e-mail: teh203@lehigh.edu

ARTS, HUMANITIES,
AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
ArtsLehigh is a university-wide program designed to integrate arts
and creativity throughout the curriculum, campus culture and
community. ArtsLehigh works with existing performing, visual,
and literary resources to expose students to new opportunities and
to build a more creative campus where art plays a significant role
in the comprehensive liberal arts experience.
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     Silagh M. White, D.M.A.
     Administrative Director
     Phone: 610.758.5774 • e-mail: siw205@lehigh.edu

The Humanities Center at Lehigh serves as a focal point for
activities and educational programs in the humanities at Lehigh.
Faculty, staff, and students collaborate at the juncture of
disciplines through speakers, conferences, reading groups,
discussion forums, and curricular programs such as the Summer
Ethics Institute.
www.lehigh.edu/~inhum
     M. Edurne Portela, Ph.D.
     Director
     Assistant Professor, Spanish and Latin American Studies,
     Department of Modern Languages and Literature
     Phone: 610.758.6064 • e-mail: mep8@lehigh.edu
South Mountain College is a new program at Lehigh that
features a community of students and faculty members dedicated
to the exploration of ideas and issues in an interactive
environment. They are joined together by a dedicated residence,
a challenging liberal arts curriculum, and a guiding philosophy
that embraces humanities scholarship and explores ethics,
philosophy, and diversity.
www.lehigh.edu/smc
     Peter K. Zeitler
     Director
     Iacocca Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences
     Phone: 610.758.3671 • e-mail: pkz0@lehigh.edu

BUSINESS AND ENGINEERING
                                 Lehigh’s M.S. in Analytical
                                 Finance, a joint effort of the
                                 Department of Industrial and
                                 Systems Engineering, the Perella
                                 Department of Finance, and the
                                 Department of Mathematics,
                                 provides key concepts in financial
                                 theory, mathematical finance, and
                                 engineering, and utilizes Lehigh’s
                                 Financial Services Laboratory.
www3.lehigh.edu/business/academics/msanafin.asp
     Tamas Terlaky, Ph.D.
     Tri-Director
     Chair and George N. and Soteria Kledaras Endowed Chair
     Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4050 • e-mail: terlaky@lehigh.edu




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    Richard J. Kish, Ph.D.
    Tri-Director
    Chair and Allen C. DuBois Distinguished Professor, Finance
    Phone: 610.758.4205 • e-mail: rjk7@lehigh.edu
    Vladimir T. Dobric, Ph.D.
    Tri-Director
    Professor, Mathematics
    Phone: 610.758.3734 • e-mail: vd00@lehigh.edu
    David H. Myers, Ph.D.
    Director, Financial Services Laboratory
    Amy and Joseph R. Perella ’64 Professor of Practice, Finance
    Phone: 610.758.4533 • e-mail: dhm2@lehigh.edu
The Computer Science and Business program—the first degree
in the U.S. to be simultaneously accredited in computer science
and business—provides the skills needed to understand business
functions and business-related problems, analyze business-user
information needs, design computer-based information systems,
and implement systems solutions in business organizations.
www.cse.lehigh.edu/csb
    James A. Hall, Ph.D.
    Co-Director
    Peter E. Bennett Professor and Associate Professor of Accounting
    Phone: 610.758.4446 • e-mail: jah0@lehigh.edu
    Edwin J. Kay, Ph.D.
    Co-Director
    Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.3623 • e-mail: ejk0@lehigh.edu
The Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) honors program
features a challenging curriculum that melds engineering and
business through technology, product and process development,
marketing, finance and design. IBE graduates are prepared to
assume leadership roles in industrial research and development,
financial engineering, entrepreneurial initiatives, management
consulting, and innovative technological ventures.
www.lehigh.edu/ibe
    Stephen G. Buell, Ph.D.
    Professor, Finance
    Phone: 610.758.3436 • e-mail: sgb2@lehigh.edu
    Robert H. Storer, Ph.D.
    Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.4436 • e-mail: rhs2@lehigh.edu

M.B.A. JOINT DEGREES
The M.B.A. / M.Ed. in Educational Leadership program
provides the administrative skills to help educators lead effectively
and make sound decisions, as well as preparing them to pursue
careers in corporate training and education. The program teaches
the skills required to excel in the educational arena by promoting
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The M.B.A. and Engineering degree offers students a business
concentration such as finance, marketing, supply chain, or
information systems management, and an engineering
concentration such as chemical, civil, computer, electrical,
industrial, mechanical, or materials science. Students build on
the skills in both the engineering and business disciplines
culminating in an Integrative Project designed to apply the
concepts developed in the program.
www.lehighmba.com
     Martin K. Saffer, M.B.A.
     Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
     Phone: 610.758.4450 • e-mail: business@lehigh.edu
The undergraduate Supply Chain Management curriculum
emphasizes advanced cost analysis, negotiation, integrated
product development, demand and supply chain planning,
logistics and supply management, and e-business, and provides
experiential learning opportunities in industry.
     Robert J. Trent, Ph.D.
     Professor, Management
     Phone: 610.758.4952 • e-mail: rjt2@lehigh.edu
In 2008, Lehigh launched a new project-based, in-residence
M.Eng. in Structural Engineering degree program for graduate
students and practicing professionals who seek to acquire the
design knowledge essential for the advancement of structural
engineering practice. The concentrated ten-month program is
designed to prepare graduates for careers as practicing
professionals who have a high demand for expertise to manage
cost and performance decisions throughout the major stages of
life in large-scale civil engineering systems.
     Stephen Pessiki, Ph.D.
     Professor and Chair, Civil and Environmental Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.3494 • e-mail: pessiki@lehigh.edu

BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
Lehigh’s undergraduate Accounting Program is accredited by the
Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB),
and ranks number one in undergraduate accounting programs in
BusinessWeek 2008 rankings. A strong curriculum and talented
students have earned Lehigh a key school designation by
accounting recruiters, who often sponsor on-site leadership
programs, externships, and paid summer internships. The
department’s Annual Conference on Accounting Professionalism
enables students to interact with accounting professionals in
public accounting, financial services and industry.

     Parveen P. Gupta, LLB., Ph.D.
     Chair and Professor, Accounting
     Phone: 610.758.3443 • e-mail: ppg0@lehigh.edu




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Lehigh’s innovative M.S. in Accounting and Information
Analysis program links a broad accounting and business
education to course- work specifically designed to provide the
knowledge and skills needed for a career in professional
accounting and financial services. Dedicated core courses
focus on the program’s unifying theme of “using accounting
information and technology to forge business solutions,” and
graduate electives enhance students’ capabilities in related fields
of financial services, consulting, and information systems.
www.lehigh.edu/msaccounting
    James A. Largay III, Ph.D., CPA
    Director
    Professor, Accounting
    Phone: 610.758.3409 • e-mail: jal3@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s Business Minor program enables students with majors
outside of the College of Business and Economics to pursue a
course of business studies that supplements their major studies
and provides the knowledge and skills with which they can
make more informed business decisions.
    Geraldo M. Vasconcellos, Ph.D.
    Director
    Professor of Finance and Economics
    Phone: 610.758.5347 • e-mail: gmv0@lehigh.edu

EDUCATION AND BUSINESS
The M.B.A. / M.Ed. in Educational Leadership joint degree
program enables individuals to acquire a solid foundation in
business and education. The program provides a framework
where excellent education and sound business practices flourish.
No other master’s program uniquely combines two disciplines
that have the potential to change the face of education today.
www.lehigh.edu/education/degree_programs/
ed_leadership/index.htm
   George P. White, Ed.D.
   Professor and Coordinator, Educational Leadership
   Phone: 610.758.3262 • e-mail: gpw1@lehigh.edu

ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Lehigh is infusing entrepreneurship throughout the
curriculum, across the disciplines and at all levels. Lehigh
offers an entrepreneurship executive education certificate
program, an M.B.A. concentration program, an undergraduate
minor that can accommodate any major or field of study, and
several programs related to technical entrepreneurship. Lehigh
hosts the Pennsylvania Governor’s School for Global
Entrepreneurship for the state’s top high school students, an
on-campus start-up incubator, and an annual campus-wide
business plan competition. The recently renovated Wilbur
Powerhouse building is dedicated entirely to the Integrated
Product Development program and supports student design
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     Graham Mitchell, Ph.D.
     Professor of Practice, Entrepreneurship
     Phone: 610.758.6427 • e-mail: grm204@lehigh.edu
     Trisha S. Alexy
     Director, Governor’s School for Global Entrepreneurship
     Phone: 610.758.6886 • e-mail: tsa2@lehigh.edu
Integrated Product Development (IPD) integrates real-world
team-based initiatives into the academic curriculum, as
cross-disciplinary teams of art, engineering, and marketing
majors design or improve products for company sponsors.
The program’s coursework encompasses graduate focus on
advanced modeling and simulation tools and global teams that
collaborate using video, Internet, and teleconferencing.
www.lehigh.edu/ipd
     John B. Ochs, Ph.D.
     Director
     Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
     Phone: 610.758.4593 • e-mail: jbo0@lehigh.edu
Integrated Real Estate at Lehigh (ire@l) is designed to
complement a wide range of undergraduate majors such as
architecture, journalism, political science, urban studies,
environmental science, engineering, and economics.
Team building, mentoring, and hands-on learning, coupled
with internships and research opportunities, allow students to
investigate real estate development projects over the long term.
www3.lehigh.edu/business/academics/ugreminor.asp
     Stephen F. Thode, Ph.D.
     Director, Murray H. Goodman Center for Real Estate Studies
     Associate Professor, Finance
     Phone: 610.758.4557 • e-mail: sft0@lehigh.edu

ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT
The Energy Research Center offers educational opportunities for
Lehigh students through its research programs. M.S. and Ph.D.
students participate in energy research projects for their theses and
dissertations. Undergraduate students participate in energy research
projects as interns or by enrolling
in energy-related project courses.
www.lehigh.edu/energy
     Edward K. Levy, Sc.D.
     Director
     Professor, Mechanical
     Engineering and Mechanics
     Phone: 610.758.4090
     e-mail: ekl0@lehigh.edu




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The Environmental Initiative investigates a wide range of local
and global environmental perspectives, directing programs in
environmental studies, environmental policy, and environmental
education. The program offers lectures and colloquia, and
collaborates with academic programs throughout Lehigh,
including earth and environmental science, ecology, geology,
and civil and environmental engineering.
www.ei.lehigh.edu
    Dork Sahagian, Ph.D.
    Director
    Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences
    Phone: 610.758.6379 • e-mail: dos204@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s new M.A. in Environmental Policy Design prepares
graduates to design effective environmental policies that are
politically feasible and sensitive to the range of economic, cultural,
moral, and aesthetic values that motivate public decision-making.
Courses taken through the currently offered graduate certificate in
Environmental Law & Policy can be applied toward the new
master’s program. Through these programs, students will learn
how to analyze present law and to create new policy designed to
address environmental pollution regulations, steer land use policy
and planning, and increase public awareness and engagement in
the environmental policy process.
    John Gillroy, Ph.D., LL.M.
    Professor, International Relations and Environmental Initiative
    Phone: 610.758.5964 • e-mail: jmg304@lehigh.edu

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
The Business Information Systems program provides students
with a strong foundation in cross-functional business processes
and the application of information systems to support them. The
use of technology to improve business performance and effectively
support strategic business plans is a major focus of the program.
www3.lehigh.edu/business/academics/ugbis.asp
    Catherine M. Ridings, Ph.D.
    Program Director
    Associate Professor, Management
    Phone: 610.758.5667 • e-mail: ridings@lehigh.edu
The Learning Sciences and Technology Ph.D. program studies
the psychological, social, and technological processes that support
learning. Using a multidisciplinary, integrative research model, the
program actively pursues ways to enhance what we know about
how learning occurs in diverse settings in order to address the
challenges and opportunities that the future holds for education.
www.lehigh.edu/education/tlt/doctor.html
    MJ Bishop, Ed.D.
    Associate Professor and Coordinator,
    Teaching, Learning and Technology
    Phone: 610.758.3243 • e-mail: tltprogram@lehigh.edu



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The M.S. in Photonics provides students with the foundation
knowledge of applied optics that is necessary to understand the
operation of the optical components and subsystems that make
up the physical layer of optical communication and optical
sensing systems. Offered in the context of Lehigh’s Center for
Optical Technologies, this graduate program offers courses on
linear and nonlinear effects in fibers and waveguides, optical
spectroscopy, optical materials (glasses and ferroelectrics),
photo-induced phenomena, fiber-based ultrasonics, optical
sensing, and optical communications.
www3.lehigh.edu/engineering/academics/photonics2.asp
     Jean Toulouse, Ph.D.
     Co-Director
     Professor, Physics
     Phone: 610.758.3960 • e-mail: jt02@lehigh.edu
     Himanshu Jain, Ph.D.
     Co-Director
     Theodore L. Diamond Distinguished Professor
     of Materials Science and Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4217 • e-mail: hj00@lehigh.edu
The M.S. in Wireless and Networking Engineering
integrates the study of communication systems engineering
and networking with the study of hardware and
software implementation.
     Ricky S. Blum, Ph.D.
     Robert W. Wieseman Professor of Electrical and
     Computer Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.3459 • e-mail: rb0f@lehigh.edu

INTERNATIONAL
The Global Citizenship program, open to all majors, prepares
students to communicate across cultural and language barriers,
negotiate differences, and achieve a distinct self-awareness as
citizens of the world. Lehigh is one of only a few universities to
                                 hold NGO status, which brings
                                 extraordinary opportunities for
                                 faculty and students to interact
                                 with the United Nations.
                                www.lehigh.edu/~ingc
                                Gisella Gisolo, Ph.D.
                                Director
                                Phone: 610.758.3014
                                e-mail: gig207@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s new program in Global Studies recognizes that
graduates need an acute understanding of essential issues of
global politics, broad linguistic and cultural skills, significant
overseas experience, and both intellectual and cultural
sophistication. An interdisciplinary effort founded by the
university’s Globalization & Social Change Initiative, the
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and programs to provide students with the knowledge, context
and ability to engage in research and problem-solving across
boundaries and cultures. Language proficiency, study abroad,
and participation in a work-shop at the United Nations are key
elements of the program.
   John F. Lule, Ph.D.
   Director
   Joseph B. McFadden Distinguished Professor of Journalism
   Phone: 610.758.4177 • e-mail: jack.lule@lehigh.edu
The College of Education’s Office of International Programs
provides graduate degree programs and professional development
opportunities for educators throughout the world. A doctoral
degree (Ed.D.) in international educational leadership and
master’s degrees in educational leadership, globalization and
educational change, and international counseling are offered
through online and face-to-face classes. In addition, special
education, counseling, and TESOL post-baccalaureate
certificates are available.
www.lehigh.edu/lbl
   Daphne P. Hobson, Ph.D.
   Executive Director, Office of International Programs
   Phone: 610.758.4208 • e-mail: ddh2@lehigh.edu
The Martindale Student Associates Program provides students
with a platform for the exploration of global business and
economic issues through workshops, conferences, a study trip
abroad, and close communication with internationally
recognized scholars and practitioners.
   J. Richard Aronson, Ph.D.
   Director, Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enterprise
   William L. Clayton Professor of Business and Economics
   Phone: 610.758.3411 • e-mail: jra1@lehigh.edu

SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Lehigh’s minor in Aerospace Engineering is intended primarily
for mechanical engineering majors who intend to pursue careers
in the aerospace industry. This minor will provide the technical
background needed for graduate programs in aeronautical
engineering, aerospace sciences, and related aerospace fields.
www3.lehigh.edu/engineering/academics/aerominors.asp
   Herman F. Nied, Ph.D.
   Chair and Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics
   Phone: 610.758.4128 • e-mail: hfn2@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s undergraduate Bioengineering program integrates the
study of biological systems with the development of advanced
skills in experimentation, modeling, and simulation. It features
tracks in biopharmaceutical engineering, bioelectronics,
biophotonics, and cell and tissue engineering in a research-
centered experiential learning program.
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     Anand Jagota, Ph.D.
     Director
     Professor, Chemical Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4396 • e-mail: anj6@lehigh.edu
     H. Daniel Ou-Yang, Ph.D.
     Associate Director
     Professor, Physics
     Phone: 610.758.3920 • e-mail: hdo0@lehigh.edu
The Engineering Minor, open to students outside the
engineering college, offers minors in electrical, mechanical, civil,
or chemical engineering. Students will learn to look at a project
from several perspectives—from the interaction of design and
construction to funding, political, and social issues.
www3.lehigh.edu/engineering/academics/engminor2.asp
     Roger N. Nagel, Ph.D.
     Harvey E. Wagner Professor of Manufacturing Systems
     Engineering and Professor, Computer Science
     and Engineering
     Phone: 610.758.4061 • e-mail: rnn0@lehigh.edu

RECRUITING AT LEHIGH
Employers can look to Lehigh Career Services for talent ranging
from recent graduates and advanced degree recipients to
experienced professionals looking to change jobs or careers.
Collaborating with Lehigh’s Career Services staff, employers can
partner with Lehigh through the following:

     • On-campus interviews of Lehigh students
     • Participation in an annual Career Fair that brings
       approximately 200 organizations to campus in one day,
       attracting more than 1,000 students
     • Invitations to corporate networking receptions
     • Access to a Web-based system that offers job openings,
       resume sharing, and interview scheduling, helping both
       employer and student to exchange information
     • Opportunities for student co-ops, internships, and extern-
       ships, designed to place students in settings where they
       make contributions and gain real-world experience
     • Invitations to share resume, cover letter, and interview
       techniques through participation in Resume Marathons
       and Mock Interview Days
     • Opportunities to appear as guest speakers in workshops
       and programs that develop job searching skills and
       career knowledge
     • Space to display brochures and other information in
       Lehigh’s career library, which offers a wide collection of
       books and publications on employers, career planning, and
       graduate and professional schools
www.lehigh.edu/careerservices
e-mail: careerservices@lehigh.edu


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   Donna L. Goldfeder, M.Ed.
   Director
   Phone: 610.758.3710 • Fax: 610.758.3706
   e-mail: dlg2@lehigh.edu
   Richard C. Freed, M.Ed.
   Senior Associate Director
   Phone: 610.758.5991 • e-mail: rcf2@lehigh.edu
   Lynn D’Angelo, M.A.
   Assistant Director, Graduate Student Counseling
   and Career Development
   Phone: 610.758.5904 • e-mail: lmd204@lehigh.edu
   Christina Diggs
   Assistant Director, Career Development
   Phone: 610.758.3762 • e-mail: csd5@lehigh.edu
   Cheryl Doll
   Assistant Director, Co-op and Experiential Education
   Phone: 610.758.6846 • e-mail: cad307@lehigh.edu
   Ayanna Wilcher
   Assistant Director, Multicultural Programming
   Phone: 610.758.3056 • e-mail: anw304@lehigh.edu
Alumni Career Solutions uses a blended approach to meet
alumni career needs through:
   • One-on-one career coaching
   • Online web seminars
   • Podcasts
   • Experience Alumni job posting site
   • Online Alumni Networking Database
   • Annual Career Networking Events
www.lehigh.edu/alumni/career
   Lori B. Kennedy, M.Ed.
   Director, Alumni Career Solutions
   Phone: 610.758.4946 • e-mail: lori.kennedy@lehigh.edu
   Robin D. Dougherty, M.A.
   Associate Director, Alumni Career Solutions
   Phone: 610.758.5516 • e-mail: robin.dougherty@lehigh.edu




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     At the Iacocca Center, working professionals exchange ideas while learning
  about business and leadership topics such as project management, finance and
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 EDUCATION
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Seminars, workshops, and degree and certificate programs give
individuals and professional groups an opportunity to expand
their own skills as well as to network and exchange ideas.
Distance education is also offered through the Lehigh
Educational Satellite Network, the Office of Distance
Education, and individual departments.

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
In addition to traditional department-based studies, Lehigh’s
College of Arts and Sciences offers distance education programs
for busy executives that can lead to degrees and certificates. M.S.
programs include chemistry, molecular biology, and organic
chemistry, and certificate programs are available in such
disciplines as analytical chemistry, bio-organic principles, and
project management. Stand-alone credit-bearing courses and
professional development opportunities are also available.
cas.lehigh.edu/casweb/
    John R. Taylor
    Industrial Liaison, Corporate Life Science Programs
    Phone: 610.758.3592 • e-mail: jrt9@lehigh.edu

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS
AND ECONOMICS
The College of Business and Economics offers highly regarded
degree programs such as the M.B.A., master’s degrees in
economics, accounting and information analysis, health and bio-
pharmaceutical economics, and analytical finance, and a doctorate
in economics. The vSeries program offers both a non-degree
certificate and executive education in corporate entrepreneurship
and new venture creation. Other certificate programs are available
in supply chain management (online option available) and project
management (combination of online and on campus). The
M.B.A. is available both on campus, online, and by distance via
satellite with our corporate and public partners.
    Martin K. Saffer, M.B.A.
    Associate Dean, Graduate Programs
    Phone: 610.758.4450 • e-mail: business@lehigh.edu
VENTURESeries (vSeries)
www.lehighvseries.com
    Dale F. Falcinelli, M.S.
    Director
    e-mail: dff0@lehigh.edu
Office of Distance Education
www.distance.lehigh.edu
Lehigh Educational Satellite Network
www.lehigh.edu/~indis
    Margaret A. Portz
    Interim Director
    Phone: 610.758.5794 • e-mail: mak5@lehigh.edu


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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
The College of Education offers educational leadership,
educational technology, and counseling programs at the master’s
and doctoral level, as well as principal, superintendent, and
supervisor certificate programs. Summer institutes feature courses
that can be used for professional development, for graduate credit,
or applied toward a Certificate of Completion. The College’s
Project Management Certificate program, developed for
individuals with educational or professional experience in a variety
of industries and disciplines, teaches skills in organization,
leadership, vision, and project scope management.
www.lehigh.edu/collegeofeducation
     Donna M. Johnson
     Coordinator, Graduate Admissions
     Phone: 610.758.3231 • e-mail: dmj4@lehigh.edu
Project Management Certificate Program
www.lehighmba.com/certProg_ProjectM.asp
     Dennis Praedin
     Director of Professional Certifications
     Phone: 610.758.5575 • e-mail: dsp4@lehigh.edu

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND
APPLIED SCIENCE
Along with graduate programs, the P.C. Rossin College of
Engineering and Applied Science offers interdisciplinary degree
programs such as the B.S./M.Ed. with a teaching certificate, and
master’s level programs in business administration and
engineering; computational engineering and mechanics;
                                 management systems
                                 engineering; photonics; polymer
                                 science and engineering; and
                                 wireless communications and
                                 networking. Distance master’s
                                 level engineering programs
                                 include the study of
                                 manufacturing systems;
                                 mechanical, chemical, or quality
                                 engineering; and polymer
science and engineering. Stand-alone online courses are offered in
general areas such as engineering statistics and analysis, and
coursework in mechanical, chemical, and systems engineering.
www.lehigh.edu/engineering
     John P. Coulter, Ph.D.
     Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research
     Phone: 610.758.6310 • e-mail: jc0i@lehigh.edu




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IACOCCA INSTITUTE ®
The Iacocca Institute®, jointly founded in 1988 by Lee Iacocca
and Lehigh University, cultivates the potential of individuals and
increases the global competitiveness of organizations through
seminars and customized development programs for professionals,
students, and organizational constituents. Professional education
provides learning experiences and networking opportunities
where professionals can enhance their strategic skill sets.
Programs are designed around the needs of today’s busy
professionals in a variety of learning forums including one- and
two-day public seminars, on-site private seminars and workshops,
leadership breakfast programs, and customized leadership and
applied management programs.
www.iacocca-lehigh.org
   Richard M. Brandt
   Director, Iacocca Institute®
   Phone: 610.758.6485 • e-mail: rmb4@lehigh.edu
   Elizabeth A. Simmons, M.B.A.
   Manager, Professional Education and
   Global Village on the Move
   Phone: 610.758.5664 • e-mail: eas7@lehigh.edu
Global Village for Future Leaders of Business and Industry®
is an applied leadership and cross-cultural training program
designed for young professionals and experienced students who
share the dream of building a career in business and industry.
Throughout the six-week summer program, interns from at least
35 countries participate in interactive seminars, networking
sessions, business trips, consulting projects, and cultural
experiences. Learning objectives include an increased knowledge
of business and industry, enhanced leadership and entrepreneurial
skills, and the development of a global and cultural network.
Global Village on the Move is an offshoot of the Global Village
program. These programs of two weeks or less provide learning
experiences in locations around the globe.
   Mary Frances Schurtz-Leon, J.D.
   Candidate Manager, Global Village
   Phone: 610.758.6887
   e-mail: village@lehigh.edu or mfs2@lehigh.edu
   Sherry L. Buss
   Curriculum Director, Global Village
   Phone: 610.758.6509 • e-mail: slb9@lehigh.edu




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             Lehigh University encourages regional economic development by
       providing expert guidance and partnership opportunities for start-ups
          and growing businesses. Lehigh’s experientially based IPD program
     sponsors a project fair to showcase collaboration with corporate sponsors.




       BUSINESS
DEVELOPMENT
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Lehigh’s expertise and collaborative ventures can help area
entrepreneurs and established businesses leverage their potential
by providing research, advice, economic development assistance,
and manufacturing solutions.

BEN FRANKLIN
TECHNOLOGY PARTNERS
The Ben Franklin Technology Partners (BFTP) of Northeastern
Pennsylvania, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lehigh, links companies
with universities, funding, and other resources to help them prosper
through innovation in today’s knowledge-based economy. BFTP is a
state-funded economic development initiative and is one of four
centers statewide. BFTP’s strategy encompasses three key areas: 1)
Developing early stage, technology-oriented companies; 2) Helping
established manufacturers creatively apply new technology and
business practices; and 3) Promoting an innovative community-wide
infrastructure that fosters a favorable business environment for high-
growth companies. Since 1983, the Ben Franklin Technology
Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania has started 379 new
companies, developed 796 new products and processes, created
13,043 new jobs, and retained 20,252 existing jobs.
www.nep.benfranklin.org
    R. Chadwick Paul, Jr.
    Chief Executive Officer
    Phone: 610.758.5200 (main)
    e-mail: info@nep.benfranklin.org

ENTERPRISE SYSTEMS CENTER
The Enterprise Systems Center at Lehigh undertakes application
projects and conducts research. Areas of interest include agile
business practices, operational improvements, engineering
logistics, distribution systems, and product development or
enhancement. The center employs students, faculty, and
professional engineers to work in teams capable of tackling a
variety of real-world industry situations. In many cases, industry
and government partners collaborate with the center to
undertake research and scholarship relating to enterprise systems.
www.lehigh.edu/~inesc
    Emory W. Zimmers, Ph.D.
    Director
    Professor, Industrial and Systems Engineering
    Phone: 610.758.4034 • e-mail: ewz0@lehigh.edu

KEYSTONE INNOVATION ZONE (KIZ)
A Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) is established by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in select communities with
institutions of higher education to foster innovation and create
entrepreneurial opportunities. The South Bethlehem KIZ was
designed to create a “knowledge neighborhood,” using the
resources of Lehigh University as well as government, private
sector, and nonprofit partners.
www.lehighvalley.org
Phone: 800.581.7483
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     Stephen Melnick
     Director of Project Development and
     Director of Southside Bethlehem
     Phone: 610.266.7535 • e-mail: smelnick@lehighvalley.org
     William D. Michalerya, M.Eng., M.B.A.
     Co-Chair
     Associate Vice President for Government Relations and Economic
     Development
     Phone: 610.758.5483 • e-mail: wdm1@lehigh.edu

LEHIGH VALLEY ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
The Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation
(LVEDC) works to attract, retain, and expand regional
businesses and collaborates with the cities of Allentown,
Bethlehem, and Easton to revitalize and redevelop industrial and
retail sites. The LVEDC provides visitors, newcomers, and
prospective employers with comprehensive information on the
Lehigh Valley, including demographics for the region; housing,
healthcare, and education information; cultural and recreational
opportunities; and a listing of the top area employers.
www.lehighvalley.org
Phone: 800.581.7483
     Philip Mitman
     CEO
     Phone: 610.266.7576 • e-mail: lvedc@lehighvalley.org
     William D. Michalerya, M.Eng., M.B.A.
     Associate Vice President for Government Relations and
     Economic Development
     Phone: 610.758.5483 • e-mail: wdm1@lehigh.edu
     Vito G. Gallo, J.D.
     Assistant Vice President for State Relations
     Phone: 610.758.5801 • e-mail: vgg2@lehigh.edu

LIFE SCIENCES GREENHOUSE OF
CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA
The Life Sciences Greenhouse of Central Pennsylvania
(LSGPA) is public/private venture whose mission is to
commercialize life sciences discoveries. Clients include
university-based researchers and technology development groups,
emerging companies, and companies seeking to expand or
relocate. LSGPA works with them to transfer technologies from
the laboratory to the commercial arena, and to find appropriate
facilities, management, and funding. In addition to business
support services, LSGPA provides Gap Funding of $250,000 to
$750,000 for early stage companies and Technology
Development Funding of up to $250,000 for emerging
technologies that demonstrate commercial promise.
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   Melvin Billingsley, Ph.D.
   President and CEO
   Phone: 717.635.2100 • e-mail: mlb@lsgpa.com
   John R. Taylor
   Industrial Liaison Officer
   Phone: 610.758.3592 • e-mail: jrt9@lehigh.edu

MANUFACTURERS
RESOURCE CENTER
The Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC) assists small and
mid-sized manufacturers in growing and remaining competitive,
and serves the counties of Lehigh, Northampton, Berks, Carbon,
and Schuylkill. One of seven statewide Industrial Resource
Centers (IRCs), MRC is also affiliated with the National
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Manufacturing
Extension Partnership (MEP), comprised of over 60 nationwide
centers. MRC utilizes its staff of experienced advisors, experts
from the state or federal networks, and a verified consultant
database. The three main areas of assistance are: Business Growth
Services, Lean6® Certification and Implementation, and
Workforce Training.
www.mrcpa.org
   Jack E. Pfunder
   Executive Director
   Phone: 610.758.5598 or 800.343.6732
   e-mail: jack.pfunder@mrcpa.org

SMALL BUSINESS
DEVELOPMENT CENTER
The Lehigh University Small Business Development Center
(SBDC), a member of the Pennsylvania Network of Small
Business Development Centers, provides start-up support to
over 1,000 small businesses each year in Lehigh, Northampton,
Bucks, and Montgomery
counties. The center provides
consulting at no cost to
businesses in all stages of
development, from pre-venture to
mature. SBDC also provides
financial, management,
international trade, technological,
marketing, and contract
negotiation assistance.
www.lehigh.edu/sbdc
   Sandra F. Holsonback, Ph.D.
   Director
   Phone: 610.758.3980 • e-mail: insbdc@lehigh.edu




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            Lehigh focuses on creating partnerships that bridge the
           university and community, regularly collaborating with
      local organizations that seek to strengthen the Lehigh Valley.




     COMMUNITY
ENGAGEMENT
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CULTURAL AND ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
The university is a partner in improving the quality of life in the
region through programs and opportunities such as the following:
ArtsLehigh is a university-wide program designed to integrate
arts and creativity throughout the curriculum, campus culture,
and community. The program’s mission is to facilitate and
deepen engagement in the arts at Lehigh among students,
faculty, staff, and the local community.
www.lehigh.edu/artslehigh
    Silagh White, D.M.A.
    Administrative Director
    Phone: 610.758.5774 • e-mail: siw205@lehigh.edu
The Community Fellows Program is a graduate-level experiential
learning program designed to support regional agencies that are
active in economic and community development.
www.lehigh.edu/communityfellows
    Kimberley Carrell-Smith, Ph.D.
    Director
    Professor of Practice, History
    Phone: 610.758.3361 • e-mail: kwc2@lehigh.edu
Stabler Arena, home of Lehigh’s basketball program, also brings
to the region concerts, expos, ice shows, and an array of
community activities. Lehigh athletics are hosted at Goodman
Stadium, Rauch Field House, and surrounding athletic fields.
www.stablerarena.com
    Richard H. Fritz
    Director of Events
    Phone: 610.758.3769 • e-mail: rhf1@lehigh.edu
Zoellner Arts Center, the largest university-based performing
arts center in the Lehigh Valley, attracts more than forty
thousand people each year to arts and cultural events.
www.zoellnerartscenter.org
    Elizabeth Scofield
    Director
    Phone: 610.758.5301 • e-mail: els7@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s Office of Community and Regional Affairs is dedicated
to the advancement of the larger community in concert with the
university’s interests and goals. In building connections, the
office serves as the liaison between the diverse constituencies of
Lehigh and the city, community organizations, local government
offices, and citizen groups.
www3.lehigh.edu/about/community
    Dale Kochard
    Executive Director
    Phone: 610.758.5801 • e-mail: dak304@lehigh.edu


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EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT
Lehigh shares its academic expertise with local school districts
and reaches out to the children of the community through a
variety of programs both on and off campus.
The Lehigh University Art Galleries present exhibitions
designed to provide visual literacy as part of the university
learning experience. Along with approximately 20 exhibitions
each year on Lehigh’s three campuses, the exhibition schedule
includes public gallery talks,
lectures and workshops, as well as
opportunities for student research
in the permanent collection.
www.luag.org
     Ricardo Viera, M.F.A.
     Director/Curator and
     Professor, Art and Architecture
     Phone: 610.758.3619 •
     e-mail: rv02@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s Athletics Department sponsors programs for
community outreach, such as sports camps for elementary and
secondary students, community and family days at the Lehigh
football games, and special Philadelphia Eagles training camp
programs in the summer.
www.lehigh.edu/sports
     Joseph D. Sterrett, Ed.D.
     Murray H. Goodman Athletic Director
     Phone: 610.758.4320 • e-mail: jds7@lehigh.edu
Lehigh’s College of Education is actively engaged in providing a
wide range of educational support to community organizations,
locally and across the state:
Centennial School, a lab school affiliated with Lehigh’s College of
Education, provides Pennsylvania and other states with some of
the best-qualified, most technically proficient teachers in special
education. Centennial’s expertise and success stems from the
school’s focus on bridging the gap between theory and practice,
bringing immediate relevance to the work of the Lehigh professors.
www.lehigh.edu/centennial/
     Michael P. George, Ed.D.
     Director
     Phone: 610.266.6500 • e-mail: mpg6@lehigh.edu
The College of Education’s annual Distinguished Lecture
Series brings experts to the Lehigh Valley to discuss the issues
of education, community involvement, and human potential.
www.lehigh.edu/education
     Tamara L. Palmer
     COE Director of Marketing and Communication
     Phone: 610.758.3226 • e-mail: tlp205@lehigh.edu


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Providing educational support in the field of community health
and wellness, College of Education doctoral students offer
consultation, assessment, and counseling services for children in
a specialized Pediatric School Psychology Program, in
partnership with the Allentown School District, Lehigh Valley
Hospital, Sacred Heart Hospital, Children’s Hospital of
Philadelphia, and the Upper Darby School District.
         George DuPaul, Ph.D.
         Professor, Education and Human Services
         Phone: 610.758.3252 • email: gjd3@lehigh.edu
Drs. Nicholas Ladany and Arpana Inman, along with six
doctoral students in the Counseling Psychology program, went
to Ocean Springs, Mississippi, to provide Hurricane Katrina
Mental Health Services to survivors in 2006 and 2007.
Volunteer activities in support of community health and wellness
involved working in a food distribution center, conducting needs
assessments, and providing in-home counseling.
         Nicholas Ladany, Ph.D.
         Professor, Education and Human Services
         Phone: 610.758.3253 • email: nil3@lehigh.edu
The College of Education Diversity Committee hosts two
Days of Service each year. Volunteers are placed at one of three
nonprofit organizations: the South Bethlehem Neighborhood
Center, New Bethany Ministries, and Second Harvest Food Bank.
www.lehigh.edu/mrc
         COE Multicultural Resource Center
         e-mail: mrc@lehigh.edu
COE has a 20-year history of involving students in teaching,
service, and research activities in the field of developmental
disabilities. In addition to Lehigh’s Centennial School, there
are three other COE service programs funded through
contracts with country MH/MR offices and local school
districts. Lehigh Support for Community Living focuses on
providing home support for adults with developmental
disabilities; Community Choices provides vocational and
volunteer experiences for a similar population; Transition
Assessment Services focuses on providing supported
employment for adults, as well as transition experiences for
school-aged youth with disabilities. While each program has a
different focus across the life span, there is a central focus on
the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities within the
broader community, with the goal of improving their overall
quality of life.
         Lehigh Support for Community Living
         Phone: 610.758.3247
         Community Choices
         Phone: 610.758.3229
         Transition and Assessment Services
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The Pennsylvania Governor’s School for Global
Entrepreneurship is a summer residential program offered to
high school sophomores and juniors featuring academic courses,
entrepreneurial excursions, team projects, and a variety of
interactive experiences.
                                www.iacocca-lehigh.org
                                Trisha S. Alexy
                                Director
                                Phone: 610.758.6886
                                e-mail: tsa2@lehigh.edu
                                Lehigh’s Science Outreach
                                Program and the Science,
                                Technology, Engineering and
                                Math (S.T.E.M.) Program take
students and faculty on the road to bring hands-on science
activities into elementary-, middle-, and high-school classrooms.
www.LehighSLA.com
http://lvstem.cse.lehigh.edu/index.php
     Gary G. DeLeo, Ph.D.
     Director, Science Outreach Program
     Professor, Physics
     Phone: 610.758.3413 • e-mail: lgd0@lehigh.edu
S.T.A.R. (Students That Are Ready) Academies are
comprehensive school, university, industry, and parent academic
partnership programs, designed to prepare for and place in
college a diverse group of students in grades 4 to 12. These
students come from academically and economically
disadvantaged backgrounds in the Greater Lehigh Valley.
www.lehigh.edu/star
     Henry U. Odi, Ed.D.
     Executive Director and Adjunct Professor
     Department of Academic Outreach
     Phone: 610.758.4802 • e-mail: dara@lehigh.edu
Zoellner Arts Center offers free pre-show lectures and lobby
shows, the Zeek! Club for children aged 5-13, and a vibrant
outreach program, including free tickets and special school-day
shows for local K-12 students.
www.lehigh.edu/zoellner
     Elizabeth Scofield
     Director
     Phone: 610.758.5301 • e-mail: els7@lehigh.edu




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INDEX
Accounting ........................................................................24
Accounting and Information Analysis................................25
Advanced Technology for
Large Structural Systems Center ........................................16
Aerospace Engineering ......................................................29
Alumni Career Solutions ..................................................31
Analytical Finance ............................................................22
ArtsLehigh ..................................................................21, 41
Athletics ............................................................................41
Ben Franklin Technology Partners ....................................37
Bioengineering ..............................................................9, 29
Business Information Systems............................................27
Business Minor..................................................................25
Career Services ..................................................................30
Centennial School ............................................................42
Center for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology ........14
Center for Developing Urban Educational Leaders ............17
Center for Optical Technologies ..................................15, 28
Center for Polymer Science and Engineering ....................13
Center for Promoting Research to Practice ........................16
Center for Social Science Research ....................................16
Center for Value Chain Research ......................................17
Chemical Process Modeling and
Control Research Center ..................................................19
College of Arts and Sciences ..............................................33
College of Business and Economics ..................................33
College of Education ..................................................34, 42
College of Engineering and Applied Science ......................34
Community Choices ........................................................43
Community and Regional Affairs ......................................41
Community Fellows Program ............................................41
Comparative and International Education Program ..........10
Computer Science and Business ........................................23
Days of Service ..................................................................43
Design Arts........................................................................21
Distance Education ..........................................................33
Distinguished Lecture Series ..............................................42
Emulsion Polymers Institute ..............................................13
Energy Research Center ..............................................10, 26
Energy Systems Engineering Institute ................................10



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Engineering Minor ............................................................30
Enterprise Systems Center ................................................37
Entrepreneurship ..............................................................25
Environmental Initiative..............................................11, 27
Environmental Law and Policy ..........................................27
Environmental Policy Design ............................................27
Financial Services Laboratory ......................................11, 22
George E. Brown Jr. Network for
Earthquake Simulation ......................................................17
Global Citizenship ............................................................28
Global Studies ..................................................................28
Global Village for Future Leaders of
Business and Industry ........................................................35
Global Village on the Move ..............................................35
Globalization and Social Change Initiative ..................15, 28
Humanities Center ......................................................11, 22
Hurricane Katrina Mental Health Services ........................43
Iacocca Institute ................................................................35
Industrial Liaison Programs ..............................................18
Information Science and Technology ................................12
Institute for Metal Forming ..............................................13
Integrated Business and Engineering..................................23
Integrated Degree in Engineering,
Arts, and Sciences ..............................................................21
Integrated Product Development ................................25, 26
Integrated Real Estate at Lehigh ........................................26
International Materials Institute for
New Functionality in Glass................................................14
Keystone Innovation Zone ................................................37
Lawrence Henry Gipson Institute ......................................12
Learning Sciences and Technology ....................................27
Lehigh Educational Satellite Network................................33
Lehigh Support for Community Living ............................43
Lehigh University Art Galleries..........................................42
Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation ..........38
Life Sciences Greenhouse of Central Pennsylvania ............38
Manufacturers Resource Center ........................................39
Martindale Center for the Study of Private Enterprise ......19
Martindale Student Associates ..........................................29
Materials Science and Engineering ....................................13




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M.B.A./M.Ed. in Educational Leadership....................23, 25
M.B.A. and Engineering....................................................24
Murray H. Goodman Center for Real Estate Studies ........19
Office of International Programs ......................................29
Office of Technology Transfer ............................................19
Pediatric School of Psychology Program ............................43
Pennsylvania Governor’s School for
Global Entrepreneurship..............................................25, 44
Philip and Muriel Berman Center for Jewish Studies ........12
Photonics ..........................................................................28
Project Management Certificate........................................34
Science Outreach ..............................................................44
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math ......................44
Sherman Fairchild Center for Solid-State Studies ..............15
Small Business Development Center..................................39
Social Science Data Center ................................................16
South Mountain College ..................................................22
Stabler Arena ....................................................................41
Structural Engineering ......................................................24
Students That Are Ready ..................................................44
Supply Chain Management ..............................................24
Teaching, Learning, and Technology....................................9
Transition and Assessment Services ....................................43
VENTURESeries ..............................................................33
Wireless and Network Engineering ....................................28
Zoellner Arts Center....................................................41, 44



Lehigh University Alumni Memorial Building
27 Memorial Drive West Bethlehem, PA 18015-3076
Phone: 610.758.3892 Fax: 610.758.5864




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Office of Corporate
and Foundation Relations
Lehigh University
Alumni Memorial Building
27 Memorial Drive West
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3076
Phone: 610.758.3892
Fax: 610.758.5864
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