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Blog: Sages of the Pages

Sages of the Pages

  Around 1890, this stylish Lehigh student was seen on his Velocipede riding around the Campus –Chemical Laboratory (now Chandler-Ullmann Hall) and (possibly) Hydraulics Lab (gone by the early 1900s) are on the background. That is a bicycle, not a unicycle–look closely and you will see a small second wheel in the back. This type […]

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LTS Research Computing will host a three-day scientific programming workshop from June 1 to June 3, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM in 502 Packard Lab. The workshop will cover programming in Fortran on June 1 and 2,  and C on June 3. This workshop will include hands-on exercises on the Maia cluster, so familiarity with Linux command line interface and editors such as vi/emacs is beneficial. No prior programming background is required. The workshop will not cover IDEs such as Eclipse, MS Visual Studio, etc.

Madeleine Smith, a ’15 Senior from Littleton Colorado, has won the 2015 Libraries Student Research Prize for undergraduate students. Sponsored by Library and Technology Services and the Friends of the Libraries, the Prize recognizes excellence in undergraduate scholarship and the use of library and research resources. Smith’s paper was chosen from a strong pool of over thirty submissions. She will receive an award certificate and $1,000.

The goal of the Symposium is to highlight new, interesting, and effective approaches to teaching and learning at Lehigh. We hope to disseminate good ideas, inspire others to try new approaches, and recognize the work of those who have met with success of one kind or another in their teaching. Several of these courses received support from Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning and other LTS staff, many of whom will be at the Symposium to discuss opportunities for future collaboration and support.

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