Launching Dreams Into Orbit
Pam Fusek ’13 stoked her passion for space exploration at Lehigh and landed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
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The White House photographer for Presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan met with Lehigh students, participated in a book signing and spoke in Baker Hall for nearly two hours.
Students try out Lehigh’s virtual reality equipment at the Baker Institute’s annual CREATIVATE event.
Members of the Marching 97 perform across campus classrooms and lecture halls during EcoFlame ahead of the LeLaf Rivalry game.
Former Congressman Charlie Dent ‘93G will deliver this year’s Kenner Lecture.
Finance major Jordan Cohen ‘20 leads the Mountain Hawks this season in scoring.
Lehigh leads a partnership that has digitized over 475 medieval manuscripts.
Lehigh students interning in Jordan during the summer engage in hands-on archaeological work.
Lehigh families, students and friends get ready to cheer on the Mountain Hawks at the Family Weekend football game.
Assistant Professor Hannah Dailey ’02 ’06G ’09G designed a virtual mechanical test to predict the healing timeline of a broken bone.
Lehigh celebrates the groundbreaking of the Health, Science & Technology building, home to the new College of Health, scheduled to open in 2021.
Lehigh’s Global Student Impact Fellows conducted field work in Sierra Leone combating hunger and disease.
Computer science & engineering professor Brian Chen and neuroscience professor Julie Miwa are developing software to test protein interactions that will provide insight into a drug’s effectiveness.
The annual International Bazaar highlights and celebrates the global identities and perspectives at Lehigh and from our local community.
Mechanical engineering professor, and NASA astronaut, Terry Hart ‘68.
Donors and scholarship recipients forge bonds through their love of Lehigh.
Each year, students are welcomed back with fun campus-wide kick-off events.
A peek inside newly renovated Chandler-Ullmann Hall, one of Lehigh’s most distinguished buildings.
The new Grind@FML, located in the E.W. Fairchild-Martindale Library, serves as a spot for students to eat, hang out and do work.
The Iacocca International Internship Program combines real world experiences and cultural immersion.
Professor Larry Snyder teaches students how operations research and machine learning protect vital supply chains.
Fathima Wakeel is joining Lehigh’s College of Health as an inaugural faculty member.