Linda Harbrecht

Director, University Communications
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-4838

Linda Harbrecht is the Director of Communications in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. In addition to writing about major university initiatives, programs and events, she also serves on Lehigh’s Crisis Management Team and provides editorial and strategic marketing support to the Student Affairs division.

An award-winning former journalist and former editor of Lehigh’s Alumni Bulletin, she has written extensively about faculty research, the history of the university and has contributed to university research publications during her nearly 18 years at Lehigh.

Although Facebook Live and other livestreaming services offer citizens a way to question and hold authority accountable, they can also be used to showcase darker impulses and motives, says Jeremy Littau.

A premiere scholar of Islam and proponent of Muslim-Christian understanding will speak during commencement weekend.

The Cato Institute’s Julian Sanchez will address the fourth amendment and electronic surveillance.

Brad Katsuyama will discuss the stock market and business ethics.

Rev. Sharon Washington Risher is being presented by the MLK Jr. Committee.

Hall will come to Lehigh from the 15,000-student University of Miami Florida.

The Vice President for Equity and Community position at Lehigh was created to lead institutional efforts to advance its work on diversity, equity and inclusion.  

At a campus event, community leaders, faculty and staff honor King's legacy and lasting influence.

Prompting the discussion is petition drafted by Lehigh students and faculty.

Accreditation would recognize Lehigh's public safety professional excellence.

The announcements were made at an early December meeting.

The Lehigh graduate was a managing director in global markets for Deutsche Bank before launching high-profile career in journalism.

Mid-day session was the third in the “Tackling Tough Topics Together” series organized by the CEC.

Lehigh unveils an ambitious plan for the university’s future through undergraduate and graduate enrollment growth, faculty hiring, a new college of health and upgraded facilities.

The first MLK event of the academic year addressed an issue of growing significance.

U.S. News & World Report also lauded Lehigh as one of the nation's most innovative universities.

Flowers will succeed Vince Munley, who has held the position for the past six years.

More than 100 staff, faculty and students joined in a conversation around diversity efforts.

Khanjan Mehta, currently of Penn State University, will assume his role at Lehigh on Dec. 30, 2016.

An act of selflessness and bravery from Megan Kienzle ’17 helped save the life of a friend suffering from a rare genetic disorder.