Diversity & Inclusion

Tony-nominated choreographer Donald Byrd discusses art as a means to social change.

He will also discuss how the arts can address social issues and inspire change.

Expert and best-selling author Lawrence Ross was the first MLK Committee speaker of the academic year.

The first MLK Committee event of the academic year will explore the politics of race on American campuses.

Twenty-six high school juniors learn about Lehigh and the business world.

The strong enthusiasm is evident in level of interest on the part of incoming students and upper-class mentors.

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

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

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

The multi-faceted event will showcase artists, lecturers and performers from Lehigh and beyond.