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Communications and Public Affairs
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Editorial Services Staff

Timothy Hyland
Director, Editorial Services

Mary Ellen Alu
Kelly Hochbein
Kurt Pfitzer
Stephanie Veto

Georgette Chapman Phillips, the Kevin L. and Lisa A. Clayton Dean of the College of Business and Economics, now in the fifth year of her initial appointment as Dean, has been reappointed for five years.

The Mountain Hawks got off to a fast start and never looked back in a 34-3 win over the Leopards. 

Sophia Eschenbach-Smith ’20 is one of five students awarded the 2018 Leonard P. Pool Memorial Prize.

The oldest object in LUAG’s Chinese Ceramics Collection dates is 3,300 to 4,200 years old.

Fostering Tradition and Community

Frank Majczan '44 '04GP volunteers at the Mulvihill Golf Learing Center.

Alumni and students are engaging with the world and determined to make a difference. 

Jennifer Cunningham, assistant vice president for alumni relations, wants to have alumni informed, involved and invested in the Go: The Campaign for Lehigh.  

Gyl Golden ’90 joined the climbs to promote women in cycling.

The Future is Female exhibition is on display in Rauch Business Center until Dec. 8.

Mountaintop team develops cochlear implant simulation app

You Spoke, We Listened

Here are the latest letters from Bulletin readers.

Letter from President John D. Simon about GO: The Campaign for Lehigh.

Lehigh kicks off the largest campaign in its history with a groundbreaking gift from Lehigh Board Chair Kevin L. Clayton ’84 ’13P and his wife, Lisa A. Clayton ’13P

Eric Zematis has been named chief information security officer at Lehigh University, effective Dec. 17.

Olivia Barz ’19 participates in multiple environmental and sustainable initiatives at Lehigh.

Eric Wolf ’20 contributes to the field of physics as an undergraduate researcher. 

Over winter break 2018, 16 seniors from the College of Business and Economics traveled to Vietnam and Singapore as part of Lehigh’s Global Initiative.

A team of computer science and business (CSB) students creates a restaurant discovery app.