Please join us for a panel on cross-college faculty collaboration on Wednesday, September 30th at noon. Over the past year, Lehigh’s Humanities Lab has worked with the Office of Research and Graduate Studies to support innovative interdisciplinary projects that maximize the potential of Lehigh’s size, resources, and most importantly, world-class faculty. These collaborations illustrate our faculty colleagues’ abilities to work across disciplines and colleges to build innovative research programs. Panelists involved in the following research projects will speak to their process, outcomes, and future plans, as well as offering insights about how to initiate and pursue this kind of collaborative work.


  • Integrabiotics: Past, Present, and Future of Antibiotic Resistance and Antivirulence
    Lorenzo Servitje, Assistant Professor of English and Health, Medicine and Society
    Sharon Friedman, Professor, Journalism, Director, Science Writing and Environmental Writing Program
    Angela Brown, Associate Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
  • Population Health, College Writing, and Argument
    Hyunok Choi, Associate Professor, College of Health
    Brooke Rollins, Associate Professor, Department of English
    Fathima Wakeel, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Programs, College of Health
    Eduardo J. Gómez, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs, College of Health
    Sarah Heidebrink-Bruno, Doctoral Candidate, Department of English
  • An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding Ethics in STEM
    Allison Mickel, Assistant Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
    Eric Baumer, Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering


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