Student Research Experience
Lehigh students—both undergraduate and graduate—contribute meaningfully and enthusiastically to the university’s mission of answering questions that matter.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Lehigh offers undergraduate students a wide variety of research opportunities—both faculty- and student-led—beginning as early as the first year.
Julie Goldberg ’21 joined a civil and environmental engineering research team as a first-year student, strengthening her understanding of course content and developing key technical and communications skills.
Curiosity and a willingness to take on a challenge led Eric Wolf ’20 to contribute to the field of physics as first author on a publication about quantum beats.
Lehigh’s capable and inquisitive graduate students engage in important real-world-focused research, collaborating with faculty and developing professional skills in a supportive and inspiring environment.
Research in Action
Opportunity abounds: Whether working with faculty, with peers, or on independent projects, Lehigh students pursue valuable research across disciplines.
Lehigh student scientists
Lehigh undergraduates in biological sciences take advantage of hands-on research opportunities and faculty mentorship, acquiring valuable skills along the way.
A unique apparel line
Dominique Brown '14 presents her research project at the 2013 Academic Symposium. Her project, "Rind," is an apparel line inspired by organic architecture that provides a relationship between garment, body and environment through intelligent textile design.