Bringing Health to the Hurting
Peter Navario '96 works to improve the health of socially excluded people around the world.
The college’s popular Global Studies program prepares students for the dynamic of globalization.
Conflict and Dialogue
Henri Barkey examines the ever-changing landscape of international politics.
Moving at Warp Speed
Advanced techniques and technologies are yielding innovations in modern manufacturing.
In Pursuit of the Deadly Tumor Cell
Optimizing nanopillars and microfluidics, a group seeks earlier cancer detection.
Taking the Pulse of the Market
Engineers work to commercialize a compact breathing device for sufferers of COPD.
Our Next President
John D. Simon has distinguished himself in academia with his research, his leadership and, perhaps most tellingly, his willingness to put the interests of others above his own.
The Power of Constancy
Four engineers and an economist are seeking to harness the untapped energy of ocean waves.
A Weekend Unlike Any Other
When Lehigh and Lafayette met in New York for the 150th playing of The Rivalry, Lehigh alums made their presence known.
State of the Union
In the battle over public education, reformers and teachers unions stand on opposing sides. Are unions getting in the way of much needed school reform? Or are reformers seeking to privatize education?
Respect Begets Respect
Restraint and 'scream rooms' are hurting kids. Centennial School offers a better way of dealing with students with behavior problems.
A Man of the Times
Michael Golden made his career in journalism but his worldview was shaped, in part, by his time at Lehigh's College of Education.
Lehigh in the Media
A sample of recent media coverage of Lehigh faculty, research and events. Note: Some links may require subscription.