Tim Hyland

Director of Content and Editorial Strategy
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-5583

Tim Hyland has served as Director of Content and Editorial Strategy at Lehigh University since 2013, overseeing all projects of the University's content team. He previously served as Executive Director for Publications at Drexel University, as Editor of the Wharton Magazine at the Wharton School, and as editorial team leader at the University of Pennsylvania. Before working in higher education, Tim worked as a staff writer and editor for several newspapers in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and won several awards for his work from the Chesapeake Associated Press. He has an M.A. in American Studies from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Journalism from Penn State University.

Courtney Avery literally set the bar for Lehigh track and field by becoming the first All-American in program history. 

Lehigh triumphs over Lafayette in the 152nd edition of the most played rivalry in all of college football. 

October has arrived on South Mountain, and Lehigh's Asa Packer campus is alive with fall colors.

An assistant professor of management researches the importance of emotional ambivalence, as well as the value that ambivalence has in the executive suite, the workplace and even in day-to-day lives.

Students from New York's Pratt Institute talk about their summer spent working alongside Lehigh students as part of the Mountaintop program.

Currently associate dean of advancement at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, Buck will arrive at Lehigh on Aug. 31.

Kaitlyn Ruffing '17 is one of the most accomplished swimmers in Lehigh history. But that's only part of her story.

Profile: Nick Shafnisky '17

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.

Stephen DeWeerth, associate dean at the Georgia Tech College of Engineering, will start Sept. 1.

Lehigh's 2016 Alumni Weekend was all the more special, as the university community came together once more to mark the conclusion of its year-long sesquicentennial celebration.

University begins process of updating its mission statement, which was last revised in 1992.

Agatone, currently managing director for New York-based investment firm Summit Rock Advisors, will assume her role at Lehigh on May 31.

Four Lehigh faculty members talk about their passion for their work--and the many ways Lehigh has supported them in their research endeavors.

Believe us, they really do. So our plea is simple: Send more

Senior defender Casey Eidenshink '16 talks to the Bulletin about his love for the “fastest game on two feet” and his goals for the season to come.

All classes are canceled due to the weekend's winter storm.

A letter from the Editor

Friction experts probe the complexity of a dinosaur's teeth.

Lehigh races past Lafayette and scores a 49-35 win in the 151st playing of The Rivalry.