Editorial Services

Lehigh University
Communications and Public Affairs
125 Goodman Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3754
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

Lehigh is among 96 top colleges and universities seeking to expand college access for lower-income students. 

Poets&Quants’ based its rankings on three core dimensions

Lehigh will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 7, due to the winter storm. 


Lehigh is one of only three colleges in Pennsylvania to get a silver rating in 2017.

Lehigh students from all areas of study spent Jan. 2-8 in a “live case” learning environment in the Silicon Valley.

Lehigh's Marching 97 joins performers from around the world in 2018 New Year’s Day Parade in London, England.

Whitten, an influential journalist who often returned to Lehigh to share his expertise with students, passed away Dec. 2, 2017.

The Dialogue Center has joined the International Academy of Medical Ethics and Public Health as a network affiliate. 

Floyd D. Beachum closes out his Leading Inclusive Learning Systems course for the fall 2017 semester with an immersive lesson in stereotying. 

As Lehigh expands its efforts to help students from all backgrounds find a place on South Mountain, four Mountain Hawks share in their own words why those efforts matter.

The Association of Student Alumni helps make Lehigh traditions come alive for students.

It took Ricardo Viera five bids and 20 years to bring the 21 original works on paper by Lam, Cuba’s most internationally acclaimed 20th century artist, to the United States.

An appreciation for history helps the Lehigh campus achieve architectural harmony.

In 1977, the Lehigh Engineers surprised pretty much everyone by winning the national championship. It’s a feat that no other Lehigh team, in any sport, has ever replicated. This fall marked the 40th year anniversary of that momentous game. 

Alyssa Riporti has thrived at Lehigh—as both a player and a leader

Lehigh to open new autism clinic to help children with autism gain language and social skills

Iacocca Hall underdoes a redesign and renovation project that enhances the building’s capacity as a conference center for the university and surrounding community.

Letters from readers

A letter from President John D. Simon.

A Changing, But Enduring, Campus