Unpicking the Secrets of Neurodegenerative Diseases
Neuroscientist Daniel Babcock is using fruit fly research to pave the way to treatments for Parkinson’s and other diseases.
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This is Lehigh
Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for over 7,000 students.
With wide-ranging approaches to solving global problems, teams of Lehigh researchers tackle key questions about the future of energy and infrastructure.
Students are constantly innovating, creating and solving problems right from their screens.
The sunny weather matched the celebratory spirit in Goodman Stadium as the 150th graduating class of Lehigh received their diplomas.
The Center for Gender Equity hosted Be Your Own to promote healing through art.
TRAC Fellows work to improve peer learning through student created video tutorials.
Ph.D. candidate in physics Courtney Au-Yeung has a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
Tyler Bannister was recognized as Patriot League Female Field Athlete of the Week.
Joe Brague, who received his doctorate in integrative biology, is hooded by his dissertation adviser Jennifer Swann.
Experience the wonders of the ocean and come face to face with some of the most awe-inspiring species on the planet in Lehigh’s Virtual Reality lab.
Professor Joshua Pepper is a member of the TESS science team. TESS is NASA’s newest spacecraft that helps find undiscovered planets in the galaxy.
Singer, songwriter and performer Gelsey Bell, ‘04, has shined on Broadway as Princess Mary in Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812.
A team of Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) students is helping to develop and market a device for recognizing concussive hits in football.
Deloitte CEO Cathy Engelbert ’86, the first woman CEO of the 'Big Four' professional services firms, offered words of advice and encouragement during her commencement address to the Class of 2018.
The commencement ceremony concluded with the ringing of the bell by representatives of the classes of 1968 and 2018.
Hip-Hop Theatre comes alive at Lehigh at Act Like You Know 10 year anniversary show.
Renovations to Mountaintop campus “Building C” are complete.
Carly Fiorina spoke on campus about ethics and respect.
At Lehigh, our dining options are dedicated to fresh foods, bold flavors and sustainability.
During Random Acts of Kindness week, Community Service Office students gave lifts around campus while playing “cash cab” for a chance to win prizes.
Lehigh’s Global Citizenship Program is a multidisciplinary certificate program that prepares students from all fields to engage with a diverse and rapidly changing world.
The Path to Prominence—a vision for a stronger, more dynamic Lehigh—includes ambitious plans for new, state-of-the-art campus facilities.