Making Energy Like the Sun
Lehigh researchers study two approaches to achieving and maintaining nuclear fusion: magnetic confinement and inertial confinement.
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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.
Lehigh researchers use data analytics and experimental microscopy to discover new high-entropy alloys, validating novel approach to new materials search
Simon receives distinguished medal for his role in leading collaborative research between Polish and American scientists.
A newly discovered Jupiter-like world takes only 1.5 days to complete a revolution around its host star—and may even have a tail like a comet.
When the cherry blossom trees bloom we think about changing the school colors to pink and green.
The top 20 nationally ranked Lehigh Men’s Lacrosse team is having a record-setting season this spring.
Students create crane-inspired models in their Arms, Wings and Mechanical Things class.
The HST Building will be home to our new College of Health.
Lehigh Choral Arts celebrates 150 years of organized singing this year.
Lehigh students studying in Costa Rica during their winter term, investigating the philosophy of and approaches to sustainable development.
Each spring we look forward to hearing all the places Lehigh grads are headed.
The men’s basketball team retired the jersey of CJ McCollum ‘13, shooting guard for the Portland Trail Blazers.
Baker Institute’s Chris Kauzmann mentors students during the 2019 Lehigh Silicon Valley program.
Ricky Kirschner, ‘82 has been the executive producer of the NFL Super Bowl halftime show for 13 years.
Lehigh Women’s Softball swept the series against their archrival this season. #BeatLafayette
Whitney P. Witt, the inaugural dean of the College of Health, previously served as director of the Center for Maternal and Child Health Research at IBM Watson Health.
The “Purposeful Curiosity” class visits the Art Galleries to discuss collections.
International Week celebrates our diverse population with great events and programs.
Women’s rights icon Anita Hill delivered Lehigh’s MLK address in Baker Hall.
Lehigh Special Collections’ exhibit celebrates the 300th anniversary of Robinson Crusoe.
Lehigh students immerse themselves in the dynamic world of Silicon Valley.
The scutoid is a new geometric shape discovered by a team of biologists & bioengineers including Lehigh’s Javier Buceta.
Former U.S. Ambassador to India, RIchard Verma, ‘90, is this year’s commencement speaker.
Professors Ting Wang and Eric Baumer recently received NSF career awards for their engineering research.