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Selected Media Coverage: October 31, 2007


The Chronicle of Higher Education, 10/29/2007
Research After 9/11

Alice P. Gast, president of Lehigh University and co-chair of a committee of the National Research Council of the National Academies, says new security regulations are constraining university researchers. Her committee's report is also covered by Science Magazine.

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The Wall Street Journal, 10/09/2007
Cyprus Sabotage

Henri Barkey, the Cohen professor of international relations, argues that Turkey may need to force a resolution to the Cyprus conflict if the E.U. doesn't act soon.

Henri Barkey
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PBS Nova,10/09/2007
VideoSecrets of the Samurai Sword

Michael Notis, professor emeritus of materials science and engineering, talks with PBS about samurai swords and the highly-developed metal-making skills used to create them. The episode was reviewed by The New York Times.

Mike Notis
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The New York Times , 10/09//2007
Thank-You Note Enters College Admission Game

J. Leon Washington, dean of admissions and financial aid, talks about the increased amount of thank-you notes that college admission counselors are receiving—and whether they are leaving an impact.

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Other highlights of Lehigh in the News from this month include:

  • Anand Jagota, professor of chemical engineering, talks about the adhesive nature of frog toe pads with National Geographic .
  • Barkey’s comments about the PKK and Iraqi Kurds appear in USA Today
  • MarketWatch mentions Lehigh’s involvement in Clear Indexes’unique ETF contest.

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Posted on Wednesday, October 31, 2007

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