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Programs were highly ranked among the nation’s schools in the recently released 2019 U.S. News and World Report Graduate School Rankings.
Lehigh’s 150th Commencement will be held Monday, May 21.
Scholars, activists and community organizers to shed light on human rights issues faced by the LGBTQ+ community in Africa.
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Widely acclaimed author shared insights into the process of writing 'The Underground Railroad.'
Princess who is a leading voice for the empowerment of women visits Lehigh campus.
A Campus for Tomorrow: Reinforcing Lehigh's Historic Core, Supporting Growth
Through a series of ambitious infrastructure projects, Lehigh aims to encourage creativity and collaboration.
The Convergence of Man and Machine
Interacting with data to unlock its potential
Opening Doors, Changing Lives
As Lehigh expands its efforts to help students from all backgrounds find a place on South Mountain, four Mountain Hawks share in their own words why those efforts matter.
The Fintech DisruptionLehigh steps up to the challenge of preparing students for dramatic changes in the financial services industry.
The MBA JourneyStudents in Lehigh’s inaugural 1-MBA class find new opportunities await. Here are four of their stories.
Store-Within-a-StoreDavid A. Griffith researches how retailers can better keep brand manufacturers as tenants.
Promoting PeaceSuccessful peacemaking between longstanding adversaries, argues Norrin Ripsman, is almost always imposed by states from the top down and then sustained by societies.
Exhausted by EmailLiuba Belkin's research suggests that after-hours work email expectations negatively impact employees' ability to detach from work.
A Brilliant Discovery Researchers make a discovery about the ultra-hard mechanical properties of gallium nitride that could impact electronic and digital device technologies.
Creating a hub for interdisciplinary activityCollege offers many avenues for students and faculty to approach complex problems.
Sites of MemoryGhana serves as a living laboratory for interdisciplinary student research.
Linking health, medicine and societySociologist Kelly Austin leads a growing program that explores the intersections of health and society.
The Refugee CrisisHow can educational systems help those struggling to start life anew?
Speaking My LanguageIn an increasingly diverse society, schools are challenged with providing all students with an effective education. Here's what they can do.
A Smarter Way to WorkCan wearable technology help to evaluate how principals use their time?
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