Kurt Pfitzer

Editor and Writer Emeritus (Retired January 2018)
Office of Communications and Public Affairs


Choosing to survive rather than remain a victim.

Miguel Pillado studies the works of four Mexican writers living in Tijuana.

A scholar explores the potential spiritual and social connections of quilt making.

A scholar studies international law as a product of human practical reason.

Researchers study the role of a heparin receptor.

Researcher tracks carbon dioxide levels in North America.

Of quarks, gluons and the Big Bang.

A new book follows the fortunes of the freed slaves who returned to Ghana from Brazil.

Nancy Carlisle measures brain responses to faces on a computer screen to determine how responses by people with social anxiety differ from responses by those without anxiety.

A “subtle” laser heating technique causes atoms to assemble into a rotating lattice.

Choral Arts to perform works of three living composers in weekend concerts.

Lehigh engineers report a previously unknown property for GaN.

Nearly 30 scholars from several countries are participating in the annual event.

A Lehigh scientist hopes to speed the process with biomolecular systems simulation.

The structural engineer known affectionately as “Dr. O” served four decades on the faculty.

A study assesses data from 85 developing nations from 2001-10.

Fifty alumni and nearly 200 students take part in the WSC’s tenth annual networking event.

Founder’s Day 2016 celebrates the achievements of Lehigh’s faculty and students.

Steven Sametz’s chamber choir headlines a global festival.

The author and TV host calls on America to make good on its promise.