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Visit the LEHI site at www.lehigh.edu/heritage.

The Lehigh Engineering Heritage Initiative (LEHI) was developed to make it as easy as possible for you to participate in this exciting project.

Feel free to visit LEHI like any other Web site -- simply browse the entries to learn about Lehigh's contributions to engineering. If you'd like to go further by contributing your knowledge to existing entries, each page has an edit tab that allows users to make changes in an intuitive, user-friendly manner. And the "Add a page" link is the easiest and quickest way to create a new entry.

The "Help" link in the left column will always be your best source for up-to-date advice on using the site. Please note that you aren't required to register with the site to add or edit material; however, even intermediate users would benefit from registering, as registration allows for access to some of the more sophisticated editing tools and information.

If you'd like to add information but don't want to be bothered with page formatting, feel free to create your write-up and e-mail it to us at engineering@lehigh.edu. If you'd prefer to use an even more traditional method of communication, submissions will also be accepted via postal mail by Chris Larkin, P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Science, 19 Memorial Drive West, Bethlehem, PA 18015.

Click here to read "The LEHI Story."

Lehigh Alumni Bulletin
Spring 2007

Posted on Monday, March 26, 2007

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