A Deep Dive into Entrepreneurship
Lehigh students immerse themselves in the dynamic, fast-paced world of Silicon Valley.
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Recognized among the nation’s premier research universities, Lehigh offers a rigorous academic community for over 7,000 students.
The former president of Ireland spoke about the global impact of climate change at the Kenner Lecture for Cultural Understanding.
Connectivity patterns in habitat-forming corals, says Santiago Herrera, are critical to restoring marine ecosystems damaged by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Each year, on the Friday before The Rivalry game between Lehigh and Lafayette, the Marching 97 EcoFlame storms classrooms and offices, bringing school spirit across campus.
Assistant Professor Jill McDermott researches the aqueous and volatile geochemistry and biogeochemistry of seafloor hydrothermal vents and ancient terrestrial fracture waters tapped by deep mines.
Lehigh football defeated Lafayette in the 153rd playing of The Rivalry.
Students enjoyed a small on-campus petting zoo as part of Fall Fest.
Ph.D. candidate in physics Courtney Au-Yeung has a Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
Lehigh alumni who work at Google shared with students the company’s recruiting and application processes.
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.
Lehigh’s annual Family Weekend welcomes hundreds of family members to campus to enjoy everything from classroom visits to tailgates and a football game.
Bed Races, one of Lehigh’s longest running Spirit Week traditions, features costume-clad students racing custom built beds down Memorial Drive.
The beautiful Linderman Library earned a spot on Architectural Digest’s list of the twelve most stunning university libraries in the world.
A team of Integrated Business and Engineering (IBE) students is helping to develop and market a device for recognizing concussive hits in football.
Students took part in a transformative experience celebrating all the voices of Lehigh when Dear World, a portrait and storytelling project, visited campus.
Students run the hills of South Mountain during the Turkey Trot, a Spirit Week tradition.
Snow transforms South Mountain into a beautiful playground throughout the winter season.
The Latin American and Latino Studies Program partnered with the Spanish Club to celebrate Día de los Muertos.
Wendell P. Weeks ’81, chairman and CEO of Corning Inc., delivered this year’s Gruhn Lecture.
College of Education Professor Christine Novak studies ways to advance equitable educational outcomes for Romani children in the Czech Republic.
The Community Outreach by Athletes who Care about Helping (C.O.A.C.H.) program allows student-athletes to engage with children in local schools.
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.