Lehigh’s 15th President
Introducing Joseph J. Helble ‘82, a Lehigh alumnus and current provost of Dartmouth College.
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Joseph J. Helble '82 shares his thoughts on becoming Lehigh's 15th president, his own transformative Lehigh experience, his plans for getting to know the university community and the advice he'd offer to students.
Uğur Z. Peçe has spent his career exploring the perilous conditions faced by minority populations in Turkey. In a new book, he sheds light on a sectarian conflict that remains lost to history.
As one of the leaders of Lehigh’s Diversity Peer Educators, Serena Walker Jean ’21 feels she is working toward the greater good by providing fellow students with a place to speak about diversity and affect meaningful change. DPE offers campus groups a series of interactive discussions on a host of topics. “It’s important for groups to know that racism and the issues surrounding it aren’t just a one and done conversation,” she says. “They continuously happen.”
Though involved in varied aspects of health care, the Fayans siblings have worked to help stem the pandemic. When New York City became an epicenter, cardiothoracic surgical physician assistant Allison Fayans ’15 was deployed to Lenox Hill Hospital’s COVID ICU. Oral maxillofacial surgeon Jessica Fayans ’09 treated patients and prevented them from seeking care in overloaded emergency rooms. Max Fayans ’13, a global product manager at Chembio Diagnostic Systems, worked to develop and launch a rapid diagnostic test for COVID-19.
College of Health faculty member Fathima Wakeel is leading a multidisciplinary research project that seeks to determine the physical and mental health impacts of the pandemic on the Lehigh Valley community, especially the most vulnerable in the population. The researchers’ findings will influence a second phase of the team’s work, which will include a nationwide survey to glean insights that could inform policies and programs.
The Lehigh Mountain Hawks are gearing up for a four-game regular season, including the 156th edition of The Rivalry to take place on April 3.
Joshua Pepper, an astronomer and professor in the Department of Physics, conducts research about extrasolar planets; planets that orbit stars other than the sun.
Students can enjoy free access to Headspace, a research-backed app for mindfulness and meditation.
The Institute for Indigenous Studies aims to improve the health of Native American communities worldwide.
Groundbreaking scholar Elsa Reichmanis joins the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
As part of its health and safety plan, Lehigh is requiring individuals to undergo COVID-19 testing at Zoellner Arts Center
At residential dining locations, students have the option to take home food in a reusable eco-container to eat sustainably while on the go.
The newly opened Singleton, Hitch and Maida Houses boast a fitness center, a dance studio, a coffee house and multiple study lounges.
Professor of civil engineering Paolo Bochinni teaches his in-person course safely with social distancing guidelines in place.
The College of Health is the first institution in the world to offer undergraduate, graduate and executive degrees and certificates in population health with a focus on health innovation and technology.
The College of Business is planning to build a 60,000-square-foot building across from the Rauch Business Center.
Lehigh University is celebrating its 50th anniversary of undergraduate women’s first year on campus.
A $5 million gift from Kenneth Woodcock ’65 will preserve LUAG’s collection and enhance art education.
Esteemed scholar Terry-Ann Jones will be the next director of the Africana studies program.
Lehigh's Flex MBA program, with its unique team-taught core curriculum, is No. 10 in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings
Spring is a magical time at Lehigh as the snow melts and flowers bloom across our beautiful campus.
Justin Gelwicks ’23 began a successful business selling hand-carved lacrosse sticks with the help of Design Labs MakerSpace and the Baker Institute.
Michael Mitchell ‘21 and Madison Zaun ‘23 were named the Patriot League Cross Country Athletes of the Week after sweeping a meet against Loyola University Maryland.