President John Simon lays out an ambitious framework for the university's future through undergraduate and graduate enrollment growth, faculty hiring, new academic programs and upgraded facilities.
Are we alone?
Josh Pepper and his team are helping scientists search for planets beyond the solar system that could hold life—or already do.
Mapping Human History in the Hebrides
Off Scotland’s coast, archaeologists race against time and climate.
Runaway CEO salaries, gender pay gaps and minimum wage wars are igniting debates about income inequality. The issues are more complicated than you might think, Lehigh experts say.
Exhausted? After-Hours Emails May Be to Blame
Study suggests workplace technologies may hurt the very employees they were designed to help.
Reaching New Heights
Entrepreneur Sanjay Shah ’89G has a passion for technology and solving problems.
Creating a hub for interdisciplinary activity
College offers many avenues for students and faculty to approach complex problems.
Sites of Memory
Ghana serves as a living laboratory for interdisciplinary student research.
Linking health, medicine and society
Sociologist Kelly Austin leads a growing program that explores the intersections of health and society.
The Refugee Crisis
How can educational systems help those struggling to start life anew?
Speaking My Language
In an increasingly diverse society, schools are challenged with providing all students with an effective education. Here's what they can do.
A Smarter Way to Work
Can wearable technology help to evaluate how principals use their time?
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.
A sample of recent media coverage of Lehigh faculty, research and events. Note: Some links may require subscription.