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Lehigh University

CUREE University Representative:

Professor James Ricles
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Lehigh University
117 ATLSS Drive, Bldg. H
Imbt Laboratories
Bethlehem, PA 18015-4729
Tel.: 610.758.6252
Fax: 610.758.5902
Email: jmr5@lehigh.edu

CUREE Members:

• Dan M. Frangopol
• Le-Wu Lu
• Clay J. Naito
• Shamim N. Pakzad
• Sibel Pamukcu
• Stephen Pessiki
• James M. Ricles
• Richard Sause

Other Directory Information:

Prisca Vidanage
Graduate Coordinator
Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering
Fritz Engineering Lab
13 E. Packer Avenue
Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA 18015
tel.: 610-758-3530
fax: 610-758-6405
e-mail: pmv1@lehigh.edu

Website(s):

www.lehigh.edu

www.lehigh.edu/~incee/

www.nees.lehigh.edu


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The department of civil and environmental engineering (CEE) at Lehigh University offers internationally recognized education and research programs in structural, environmental, geotechnical and water resources engineering.

Civil engineers design and manage large-scale projects characterized by great size, complexity, longevity and cost. Society relies and commerce thrives upon the systems and structures they create—from buildings and the plants that power them to the roads, bridges, tunnels and waterways that connect it all.

Lehigh students receive rigorous training in the fundamentals of the physical sciences, mathematics, and scientific methods, coupled with complementary studies in the humanities and social sciences.They acquire critical thinking and problem-solving skills, develop their powers of analysis and design, learn how to communicate effectively, and work as part of a team. And they graduate with broad technical knowledge and a strong sense of how best to apply it in a globalized society.

Students come to Lehigh to work in close collaboration with a renowned faculty, to conduct innovative research in exceptionally equipped labs, and to enjoy the support of industry partners who value the Lehigh educational experience and the caliber of graduates it produces.

Degree Programs

  • Civil Engineering
    o Bachelor of Science
    o Master of Science
    o Master of Engineering
    o Ph.D.

  • Environmental Engineering
    o Bachelor of Science
    o Master of Science
    o Ph.D.

  • Structural Engineering
    o Master of Science
    o Master of Engineering
    o Ph.D.

Lehigh University
P.C. Rossin College of Engineering & Applied Science
19 Memorial Drive West
Bethlehem, PA 18015

Prospective Undergraduate Students
Prospective undergraduate students are encouraged to contact us with questions you may have about our college and programs, or the vast array of opportunities available within Lehigh Engineering.

For specific questions regarding your application, please contact the Lehigh University Office of Admissions,
http://www4.lehigh.edu/admissions/undergrad/default.aspx

Prospective Graduate Students
If you are interested in learning more about Lehigh’s gradaute engineering programs, please contact Dr. Donna Mohr, director of graduate recruiting and program development, donna.mohr@lehigh.edu

For general questions, please contact us via inengr@lehigh.edu


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Consortium of Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering
last updated 05.15.14