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Brad Katsuyama will discuss the stock market and business ethics.

From ancient clues, Dork Sahagian calculates land elevations as they change over time.

How teamwork, togetherness and selflessness helped the 2011-2012 Mountain Hawks pull one of the greatest upsets in the history of March Madness.

Her visit on March 20 kicks off a series of events devoted to “Music of the Mind.”

Sahagian's group drilled samples in the Hangay Mountains of Mongolia. The lower portion of this photo shows larger vesicles, or bubbles, that formed as smaller vesicles rose through hardening lava and coalesced. (Photo courtesy of Dork Sahagian)
RESEARCH

As Lava Hardens, A Revelation Bubbles Up

From ancient clues, Dork Sahagian calculates land elevations as they change over time.

At Lehigh, Andrews was a finalist for the 2015 I Prize, which is awarded to students by the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation for a new idea, invention or innovation. (Photo by Ryan Hulvat)
ALUMNI

AIAA Names Lehigh Alumnus A Top Young Aerospace Leader

Geoffrey Andrews ’15 now models rocket engines at Purdue while working for NASA.

The floodwall protecting Cape Girardeau, Missouri, from the Mississippi River during a flood in 2013 is an example of technological hubris, says David Casagrande. (Photo courtesy of David Casagrande)
RESEARCH

From Holocene to Anthropocene

If we rename our epoch, will it prod us to acknowledge our impact on the planet?

Lehigh Publications

Lehigh in the Media

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

NPR | Boise State Public Radio
(Tuesday, February 21, 2017)
The Chronicle of Higher Education
(Wednesday, February 15, 2017)
Inside Higher Ed
(Friday, February 03, 2017)