Lauren Stralo

Media Relations Associate
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-3969

Lauren Stralo is a media relations associate in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. In addition to assisting with media outreach at Lehigh, she writes stories for the university's online news site.

She joined Lehigh’s staff in 2014 after working as a web content editor. Her experience includes writing for several travel publications including National Geographic’s award-winning Intelligent Travel blog. She spent four months living in Dublin, Ireland her junior year of college, and was given the opportunity to write for her school’s travel blog as well.

Stralo holds a B.A. in visual communications and international studies from The Pennsylvania State University.

Study finds that the higher the concentration of cocoa exports, the more elevated the rates of deforestation.

New research led by Kelly Austin, associate professor of sociology at Lehigh, explores unequal exchange in the coffee industry

A team of Lehigh economists finds on-site contacts can increase probability of admission.

New study led by Lehigh's Kelly Austin builds on evidence that human-induced changes to the natural environment are amplifying malaria transmission.

Kelly Austin, associate professor of sociology, publishes study on 'Trading Sex for Security: Unemployment and the Unequal HIV Burden Among Young Women in Developing Nations.' 

Kelly Austin’s research into household air pollution examines how gender inequality makes women more susceptible to its ill effects.

New psychology research finds that society can civilize punishment by learning a perpetrator's unfortunate history.

The plan establishes a long-term vision for campus-wide sustainability practices.

New study co-authored by assistant professor of sociology focuses on STEM retention and attrition among college women.

Study examines legal right to record, live stream in public places. 

Sirry Alang explores how African Americans perceive depression.  

Students conduct an independent study of sensor journalism.

New research led by Gordon Moskowitz illustrates that race affects time perception.

About 20 prominent Lehigh Valley religious leaders attended a news conference at Lehigh's Packer Chapel.

Annual meeting of the leading organization for operations research draws 5,600.

An assistant professor of Buddhism will take part in a conversation series at The Rubin Museum in New York.

Getting around South Mountain is about to get much easier. 

Hurricane Sandy felled many of Lehigh's giant oaks. Now they're being shaped into something lasting.

Gordon B. Moskowitz, chair of the psychology department at Lehigh, was asked to provide his thoughts on how racial bias may play a part in police violence

A Lehigh University-led consortium of regional executives will see if they can make the Lehigh Valley an attractive location for a diverse and educated workforce.