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Spring Career Expo

Every year Lehigh hosts two career fairs one in the Fall and one in the Spring. Typically, more people visit that one in the Fall, but this year the Spring Career Fair saw a record turn-out. Some Seniors complained that it should just be for them, but I beg to differ. I think the earlier … Continue reading

Biomedical Externship

This semester I am taking part in a special class that Lehigh offers in conjunction with two other local colleges Muhlenberg and Moravian. These universities have partnered with the local hospital St. Luke’s to offer an intensive observer program for pre-medicine students. In the program we rotate through different areas of medicine like Pediatrics, Orthopedics, General … Continue reading

Capstone Project

All Bioengineering students must take a capstone project course along with Mechanical Engineers and Supply Chain majors. This class is split into two parts, one part is in the Spring of your Junior year and the second part is in the Fall of your Senior year. We each are tasked with a problem in industry … Continue reading

Welcome Back

It is that time of year again when classes begin and students start to get into the swing of things. You are trying to figure out the best way to study for a class and turning your empty agenda pages into a book of your semester assignments and meetings. Personally, this time is more hectic … Continue reading

How to use LUCIE

Many students know about LUCIE, but have never used it and don’t even want to look at it becasue it is so confusing. Below I have compiled a step by step approach to finding internships on LUCIE. It truly is simple, but I will say that there are not that many opportunities on the site and … Continue reading

So you want a PhD…

For those of you who love studying or want to go deeper into your field of study joining a PhD program is a great opportunity. I had the privilege of talking to Whitney Lai a current PhD, who graduated in 2015 after receiving her Bioengineering degree from Lehigh. Below are her answers to questions many undergraduate … Continue reading