Research that Matters
Pultizer Prize winners Sheryl WuDunn and Nicholas Kristof delivered the 2015 Kenner Lecture on Cultural Understanding and Tolerance to a packed Lehigh audience in early February.
Jamie and William Amelio '79 visited Lehigh in January to talk about Caring for Cambodia, the nonprofit they founded to ensure high-quality education for children in that country.
At Lehigh, Martin Luther King Day celebrations aren't limited to Jan. 19 alone, as the university's MLK committee sponsors special programming spanning the entire academic year.
The 'bLUeprint' symposium lets students showcase efforts to craft an experience around five foundations: creative curiosity, identity development, collaborative connections, inclusive leadership and professional growth.
Spotted on campus: Math humor.
Students studying under Berrisford Boothe, associate professor of art, are taught that process and exploration are more important than the end result of any work of art.
A flag parade served as the ceremonial kick-off to International Week, an annual celebration of Lehigh's global character that is now in its 14th year.
Countdown to 150
In advance of our 150th anniversary in Fall 2015, we celebrate the best of Lehigh.