The business expert has headed the Iacocca Institute since 1999.
Electro-thermal poling induces conductivity, could pave way for capacitors.
In rededicating the Loewy Institute, Lehigh renews a legacy.
Archaeologists fight the clock to solve a 1,300-year-old riddle.
A pioneer discusses the philosophy of life-cycle engineering.
Professor Helen Chan will continue her research on ceramics in Austria this fall, and two students are teaching English overseas.
Richard Verma ’90, U.S. ambassador to India, says it is drawing the two nations closer.
New filter is the first to remove both arsenic and fluoride.
National Academy of Engineering cites Ph.D. alumnus for structural testing innovation.
At a forum Wednesday, experts will discuss Latin America’s “fronteras.”
An innovative program showcases its capstone projects.
Three-day conference features a cast of national, international scholars.
International relations department joins with Harvard-Princeton group to host March 3 event.
A new book follows the fortunes of freed slaves who returned to Ghana from Brazil
Oxygen helps rare earth element improve optoelectronic devices' performance, researchers say.
A Colombian alumnus shares lessons from his varied business experiences.