Kurt Pfitzer

Editor and Writer Emeritus (Retired January 2018)
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-3017
kap4@lehigh.edu

Kurt Pfitzer is associate editor of the Lehigh Alumni Bulletin and one of the editors of the Lehigh’s news websites.

Pfitzer joined Lehigh’s staff in 1986 after working as a news reporter for several newspapers, including the Tucson Citizen, the Doylestown (Pa.) Daily Intelligencer and The Philadelphia Inquirer. He holds an M.A. in journalism from the University of Arizona and a bachelor’s in piano performance from the University of Alaska in Fairbanks. He is also organist for St. Isidore’s Roman Catholic Church in Quakertown, Pa.


Researchers probe link between ecosystem and vegetation changes and past climate change.

examines how ecosystem and vegetation changes have responded to past climate change - See more at: https://www1.lehigh.edu/news/drought-fire-and-forest-composition#sthash....examines how ecosystem and vegetation changes have responded to past climate change - See more at: https://www1.lehigh.edu/news/drought-fire-and-forest-composition#sthash....examines how ecosystem and vegetation changes have responded to past climate change - See more at: https://www1.lehigh.edu/news/drought-fire-and-forest-composition#sthash....

A professor utilizes ordinary differential equations.

Devon Carter '16 examines race and spectators' interpretations of athletes' behavior.

From Brown and White columnist to PR firm CEO, Safiya Jafari Simmons '03 thanks Lehigh for an enriching learning experience.

Rohullah Naderi '17G plans to use his Lehigh education to effect change in Afghanistan.

Africana Studies program receives NEH grant to expand curricula and community outreach.

Akin Babatunde, a 40-year theater veteran, inaugurates Lehigh's artist-in-residence program with bubbling passion, tough love and a flash mob.

The College of Arts and Sciences establishes an initiative to invite students into critical conversations.

Sociologist cites ecological loss as cause of hunger and poor health in developing countries.

Can't we all just get along?

A fellowship opens a Spanish colonial reformer’s archives to a Lehigh scholar.

A historian says women played key roles in shaping an early 20th-century black social justice organization.

An astrophysicist studies planets outside the solar system.

Margaret Hagerman '04 '06G examines how parental behavior influences white children's views about race in America

Sen. Bill Bradley provides views on Washington's partisan divide and path out of the political stalemate

Senior projects show the breadth of electrical and computer engineering.

In a new book, Laura Katz Olson describes her encounters with an “appalling” system.

A graduate student advances the art of solid state lighting.

Student Life Leadership Awards recognizes those who leave a lasting impact.

Richard Verma ’90, U.S. ambassador to India, says it is drawing the two nations closer.