Visiting Our Daughter and Lehigh University Campus (Photos)

Visiting Our Daughter and Lehigh University Campus (Photos)

It was a delight to visit our daughter on Saturday and finally tour Lehigh University where she is a first year Physics PhD student. It is a stunningly beautiful campus, and I tried to capture the essence of it for you in these photos.

The first two photos below show the Physics building where she spends the majority of her time; in the third and fourth to last photos you can see the classroom she teaches in (Physics 1 Lab), as well as her small, window-filled office on the third floor. Lastly below you can see the gougere (like a puffy, cheesy popover) and smoked salmon and ricotta omelette she made that we ate out in the sun on the balcony of her apartment, just a short walk away.

I am so glad and deeply grateful she has landed so well, in such a nice apartment, on such a gorgeous campus, in a good, solid program supporting her in what she is interested in, surrounded by new people that she enjoys spending time with. I’m also thankful she wants her parents to share in it all!

                                                             

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5 Comments

  1. Dilys Bell 7 months ago

    What a beautiful environment to study in! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Nancy LoBalbo 7 months ago

    It truly is a beautiful campus and your photos captured that so well! Best wishes to her with her studies!

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      Polly Castor 7 months ago

      It is lovely, but you can’t tell that from driving to her apartment! So glad I got to walk around and see it.

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