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In our age of technological growth and change, the role of the engineer has evolved from lone specialist to team player, from internally focused to globally aware, from reactionary to entrepreneur. The entrepreneur has created much of our social wealth. The characteristics of the entrepreneur transcend academic disciplines, and social as well as economic(More)
This paper discusses one part of our attempts at Lehigh University to put active, inquiry-based, collaborative, multidisciplinary experiences at the center of undergraduate education, starting in the freshman year. We briefly outline the goals, history, structure, and our evaluation of our Integrated Business and Engineering Freshman Workshop, a(More)
The interaction potential of peroxisome proliferators of similar and dissimilar structure was examined in B6C3F1 mice. Mice were fed diets containing varying concentrations of ciprofibrate (Cipro), clofibrate (Clof) or di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), or combinations of Cipro and Clof or Cipro and DEHP for 4 d. Induction of peroxisomal beta-oxidation,(More)
Since 1994, Lehigh faculty and students have been piloting a new educational initiative that at its full implementation in the year 2000 will involve over 1200 undergraduate students. Peter Likins, the President of Lehigh, has called the IPD program "one of the most profound curricular changes in Lehigh's history." The program's unique features include(More)
Imagination, creativity, innovation, invention and venture-a sequence of professional development for 21 st century renaissance engineers and technical entrepreneurial business people, designed to give engineering and business students the skill sets to compete in our global economy with its ever-increasing rate of technical and financial change. A(More)
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