The Fall/Winter 2016 Bulletin allows readers to ‘Imagine Lehigh’ as President John Simon lays out an ambitious framework for the university’s future. In other features, students map human history off Scotland’s coast, Josh Pepper searches for planets and a WWII vet comes home to Lehigh.
President John Simon lays out an ambitious framework for the university's future through undergraduate and graduate enrollment growth, faculty hiring, new academic programs and upgraded facilities.
With modest telescopes, Josh Pepper and his KELT team are helping NASA find planets beyond the solar system that could hold life—or already do.
Off Scotland’s coast, archaeologists race against time and climate.
In 1946, Michael ‘Mickey’ Yonkovig set his sights on an engineering degree at Lehigh. Nearly 70 years after dropping out, he searched for a way to set things right.