Congratulations to the first-, second-, and third-place Lafayette winners in Lehigh engineering’s annual David and Lorraine Freed Undergraduate Research Symposium: Evan Savage ’21 (civil engineering), Sasha Neefe ’21 (chemical engineering, environmental studies minor), and Zev Granowitz ’21 (mechanical engineering), respectively.

Held each spring, the symposium showcases the intense academic capabilities of today’s rising engineers. The research projects: Evan, “Fertilizer from Wastewater: Biological Enhanced Phosphorus Removal and Steps to Commercialization”; Sasha, “Reevaluating Green Solvent Metrics Using End-of-Life Considerations”; and Zev, “Diffusion Plate Fuel Injection into Cavity Flame-Holders in Supersonic Cross-Flow.”

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  1. Victor Akagha says:

    This is GREAT!!!!! Congrats – Evan, Sasha and Zev. The future is your palms. God Bless you all.

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