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The Lehigh graduate was a managing director in global markets for Deutsche Bank before launching high-profile career in journalism.

Ann Lewnes ’83 is featured lecturer for the Donald M. Gruhn ’49 Distinguished Finance Speaker Series.

Economic and legal experts discuss the potential impact of the Trump presidency, as well as international and domestic tax policies. 

Lehigh administrators and faculty offer international students guidance and support in aftermath of tense presidential campaign season. 

An artist’s rendering of the concept of brain circuitry. Chao Zhou and Yevgeny Berdichevsky use noninvasive, ultrahigh-speed biomedical imaging technology to gain a dynamic understanding of brain function. (Image courtesy of iStock / D3Damon)
RESEARCH

Illuminating the Circuitry of the Brain

Lehigh bioengineers are first to use OCT to examine neuron-to-neuron communication in live tissue.

Ann Lewnes is featured lecturer for the Donald M. Gruhn Distinguished Finance Speaker Series
On Campus

Lewnes: ‘From Lehigh to Silicon Valley’

Ann Lewnes ’83 is featured lecturer for the Donald M. Gruhn ’49 Distinguished Finance Speaker Series.

By suppressing the noise of its wings at certain sound frequencies, says Justin Jaworski, the owl is able to fly soundlessly and surprise its prey. (Image courtesy of iStock / Wendi Evans)
RESEARCH

Owl-inspired Design Cuts Wind Turbine Noise

Researchers also hope to improve the design of planes, cars and underwater vehicles.

Lehigh Publications

Lehigh in the Media

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

U.S. News & World Report
(Wednesday, October 05, 2016)
The Wall Street Journal
(Tuesday, September 27, 2016)