Tim Hyland

Director of Content and Editorial Strategy
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
(610) 758-5583
tih313@lehigh.edu

Tim Hyland has served as Director of Content and Editorial Strategy at Lehigh University since 2013, overseeing all projects of the University's content team. He previously served as Executive Director for Publications at Drexel University, as Editor of the Wharton Magazine at the Wharton School, and as editorial team leader at the University of Pennsylvania. Before working in higher education, Tim worked as a staff writer and editor for several newspapers in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and won several awards for his work from the Chesapeake Associated Press. He has an M.A. in American Studies from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Journalism from Penn State University.


The former executive vice president and provost at the University of Virginia is Lehigh’s 14th president.

Lehigh readies for its Sesquicentennial

Its teeth could slice through dense material, giving the dinosaur a more varied diet than modern-day reptiles.

Acclaimed author Walter Isaacson implored Lehigh's Class of 2015 to use their passion and creativity to make the world a better place.

Collins has been dubbed  “the most popular poet in America" by the New York Times.

A theatre class allows students to explore the fundamentals of hip hop culture—and find their own voice.

Six students from around the country find out they've been admitted to Lehigh--and our cameras are there to capture the excitement.

Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn discuss opportunity, empathy and the lottery of birth in the 2015 Kenner Lecture.

Marketing professor Marina Puzakova examines the serious turn of this year's Super Bowl commercials.

Classes will start at 10 a.m. on Monday, Feb. 2.

A mid-winter storm brings snow—and some stunning wintertime beauty—to Lehigh's Asa Packer campus. (Story with video)

Lehigh students engage in spirited Q&A with Scott Kupor, chief operating officer and partner at Andreessen Horowitz.

At Lehigh, we believe that true leaders must work across disciplines to develop solutions and innovations that are bigger than any one person.

Lehigh's College of Business and Economics to launch master’s degree program for non-business majors.

On a tough day for the Mountain Hawks, Lehigh and Lafayette played the 150th edition of The Rivalry at New York's Yankee Stadium. 

The second day of events made it clear that this weekend is about much more than just football.

Lehigh community converges on New York to celebrate a historic football rivalry--and a whole lot more. 

The bed races, in which students teams race modified beds down Library Drive, are an annual highlight of Lehigh's Spirit Week. 

The 150th playing of "Lehigh-Lafayette"—the most-played game in college football—takes place Saturday at Yankee Stadium.

The celebrated author is hailed as a "true historian with the flair of a storyteller."