Editorial Services

Lehigh University
Communications and Public Affairs
125 Goodman Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3754
U.S.A.
P: 610-758-4487
Fax: 610-758-5566
Email: communications@lehigh.edu
Website: www.lehigh.edu/communications

Editorial Services Staff

Timothy Hyland
Director, Editorial Services

Mary Ellen Alu
Kelly Hochbein
Kurt Pfitzer
Stephanie Veto
 


A total of 20 interdisciplinary teams are tackling a wide range of environmental, social and programming projects.

Their gift establishes the Marion and George Keller ’44 Endowed Scholarship Fund and will have a profound impact on generations of Lehigh students.

The awards, including a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, represent national recognition of Lehigh students’ abilities.

The College of Business and Economics is piloting a three-month summer internship that will place business students in early stage startups.

1-MBA's first cohort graduated in January 2018 and the third cohort of the M2 program graduated in May. 

The minor includes three required courses which rotate among the three collaborating campuses.

The Lehigh Survey: 2015 Recommendations

Denson, a widely respected expert in polymer engineering and fluid mechanics, was the first African-American to graduate from Lehigh.

Kritz is remembered as someone who brought out the best in his students and his collaborators.

To foster an inclusive campus community, free from harassment and discrimination, it is essential to assess the state of the University’s climate. As part of our voluntary agreement with the Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Education, Lehigh launched its first climate survey in ten years in the fall of 2015.

To foster an inclusive campus community, free from harassment and discrimination, it is essential to assess the state of the University’s climate. As part of our voluntary agreement with the Office for Civil Rights in the Department of Education, Lehigh launched its first climate survey in ten years in the fall of 2015.

The event provides participants the opportunity to learn about unconscious bias. 

The Institutes build upon existing strengths in areas in which Lehigh can make broad societal impact. 

Of all the needs we humans share, none is as unifying as our need for safe drinking water.

The opioid epidemic is complex and multifaceted, so the solutions are unlikely to be simple. Universities have the great advantage of the presence of faculty with diverse skill sets working in close proximity. If a university can create an environment that promotes interaction, cross-pollination of ideas, and interdisciplinary collaboration, it can become an ideal breeding ground for creative solutions to important societal issues.

Shaping the Future of Global Health Care

Neal M. Snow explores whether companies should release financial news via social media.

Defense attorney and community leader John C. Lowe ’57 was an advocate and an optimist.

Sophomore Conor Gaffney is one of the best faceoff specialists in the country.

A letter from Jennifer Cunningham, assistant vice president for Alumni Relations