Linda Harbrecht

Director, University Communications
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-4838
lmh2@lehigh.edu

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.


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.

She is accepting a new role leading Student Affairs at Claremont McKenna College.

The legendary Wall Street financier shared words of wisdom, advice and encouragement with Lehigh's Class of 2016.

The annual event also honors officers and community members for extraordinary service.

The American Psychological Association awarded a seven-year status in its first review of UCPS.

After 32 years at Lehigh, Vice Provost for Student Affairs John Smeaton prepares for retirement--and looks back on his time on South Mountain.

Box allows for safe and proper disposal of expired medications and needles.

One of only a handful in the state with this distinction, the department was praised for its professionalism.

Staff and peer mentors acknowledge the importance of exceptionally dedicated faculty.

Johnson won the National Book Award for Middle Passage.

An expanding body of research is raising questions about the far-reaching influence of pornography.

Annual event celebrates juniors and seniors with consistently high GPAs.

In inspiring talk to more than 1,200 people, activist calls for principled engagement.

The fierce advocate for racial justice will speak on race and class in America.

A ceremony attended by 150 members of the Lehigh community was held in Williams Hall.

Considered a “giant in the field” of school psychology and special ed, Shapiro’s loss will be deeply felt.

The celebration will honor 25 women who are changing Lehigh

Longtime Vice Provost for Student Affairs John Smeaton announces plans to retire