Editorial Services

Lehigh University
Communications and Public Affairs
125 Goodman Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3754
U.S.A.
P: 610-758-4487
Fax: 610-758-5566
Email: communications@lehigh.edu
Website: www.lehigh.edu/communications

Editorial Services Staff

Timothy Hyland
Director, Editorial Services

Mary Ellen Alu
Kelly Hochbein
Kurt Pfitzer
Stephanie Veto
 


Lehigh alumni Jake Schaufeld ’15, Jordan Levy ’14 and Andrew Pohle ’12, co-founders of Real Time Cases, named to prestigious Forbes list. 

Tom Gillis '15P, '17P, '19P is working to strengthen the ties between Lehigh and Silicon Valley, and to nurture the next generation of tech leaders. 

The prestigious award recognizes Munley’s exceptional service to Lehigh.  

Lehigh expands to the West Coast to better connect with prospective students, alumni and industry partners.

Lehigh students travel to Lower Manhattan to gain insight into the real estate industry and network with industry leaders.

Innovating & Adapting

Rick Blum uses advanced signal processing techniques to produce models for radar that can be tools for the design of real-world products.

Noted author takes audience members on journey of single women in American history.

C.J. McCollum ’13 is a fast-rising star in the NBA—both on the court and off. 

Lehigh mourns the passing of John M. Thalheimer ’55

Welcome to Lehigh, Class of 2021!

The 5 percent increase was recently approved by university trustees.

'First Time Flippers' to Showcase Lehigh Alum

The newest addition to the Lehigh University Police Department is a 9-month-old Belgian Malinois pup named LUcy.

Peter Zeitler, the Iacocca Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences, has received the Dodson Prize for career achievements in thermochronology.

Football adds 15 with latest recruiting class. 

A letter from Jennifer Cunningham, assistant vice president for alumni relations

A letter from President John D. Simon

Students in Lehigh’s Product Design III class taught by Wesley Heiss, associate professor of art, architecture and design, were challenged to design products to be sold at the National Museum of Industrial History in South Bethlehem. 

A letter from Editor Tim Hyland