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A new book argues that successful peacemaking between longstanding adversaries is almost always imposed by governments before it is stabilized by societies.

Lehigh’s Santiago Herrera is lead biologist aboard the 2017 American Samoa Expedition.

Seismologist is honored for leading community-driven and guided Earth science initiatives.

The season's first signficant snowfall brings stunning beauty to Lehigh's campus.

The Rose Atoll Marine National Monument, one of the world’s most pristine atolls, is home to a diverse group of marine species as well as the pink-hued bubblegum coral. (Image courtesy of Wendy Cover/NOAA)
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A journey to the unexplored depths of the Pacific Ocean

Lehigh’s Santiago Herrera is lead biologist aboard the 2017 American Samoa Expedition.

While studying the high topography of central Mongolia, Meltzer took this photograph of the flows of basaltic lava in the Chuluut River.
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Anne Meltzer named Fellow of American Geophysical Union

Seismologist is honored for leading community-driven and guided Earth science initiatives.

In addition to the historical turnaround in Franco-German relations, Norrin Ripsman’s new book also analyzes the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaties of 1978-79 and the Israeli-Jordanian Treaty of 1994. (Photo by Christa Neu)
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A Top-down Prescription for Peace

A new book argues that successful peacemaking between longstanding adversaries is almost always imposed by governments before it is stabilized by societies.

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Lehigh in the Media

A sample of recent media coverage of Lehigh faculty, research and events. Note: Some links may require subscription.

The Wall Street Journal
(Wednesday, December 07, 2016)
NPR
(Wednesday, December 07, 2016)