Talking about a Revolution
Stephen Klasko '74, CEO of Jefferson Health in Philadelphia, believes the American health care system is broken. He believes American higher education is broken, too. His ambition is simple: to fix both.
The Gift of Life
An act of selflessness and bravery from Megan Kienzle ’17 helped save the life of a friend suffering from a rare genetic disorder.
A Hero's Story, Finally Told
Four days after graduating, Francis Willis '28 died while saving a 9-year-old boy from drowning. His heroism still reverberates today.
A Civil Action
The College of Arts and Sciences establishes an initiative to invite students into critical conversations.
Africana Studies program receives NEH grant to expand curricula and community outreach.
Akin Babatunde, a 40-year theater veteran, inaugurates Lehigh's artist-in-residence program with bubbling passion, tough love and a flash mob.
Casting and Capturing Shadows
Contemporary architectural practice often employs computer-generated algorithms to generate form.
A New Vision for Glass
A personal challenge from a respected colleague set Himanshu Jain in search of ways to put glass to use in important and innovative applications.
Encouraging Maternal Attachment
Susan Woodhouse examines maternal behavior and infant response to forge a path to more effective interventions for racially diverse and low-income families.
The broader impact
Resilient infrastructure strengthens the fabric of communities.
A win-win-win situation
In NSF’s I-Corps program, students and faculty learn how innovation intersects with the marketplace.
A heart-healthy laser
Combining genetics and optics, researchers noninvasively pace the heart of a fruit fly.
The Power of Data
An unprecedented amount of data is changing the way people around the world do business—and how Lehigh prepares its students.
Buying Abroad vs. Buying at Home
An assistant professor of finance examines how foreign investors make real estate decisions.
Spotlight: Cathy Engelbert ’86, CEO of Deloitte LLP
Deloitte's new CEO talks about her time at Lehigh, taking risks and balancing family and career.
Fostering A Secure Attachment
A Lehigh associate professor is challenging long-held beliefs about how mothers can best connect with their infants.
The Charter Challenge
As charter schools proliferate, a polarizing debate could use common ground.
Making A Case for Public Education
Education activist Diane Ravitch, in an appearance at Lehigh, argues that public schools must be saved for a future generation of children.
Lehigh in the Media
A sample of recent media coverage of Lehigh faculty, research and events. Note: Some links may require subscription.