9.9.22: Our Future, Our Lehigh Fall Forum Recordings Available

Recordings are posted on the Idea Portal, and we encourage you to post new ideas and engage in the discussion.

Dear Members of the Lehigh Community,

Thank you to the nearly 500 people who attended the Fall Forum discussions last week. Your energy and engagement provided positive momentum to kick off our strategic planning process. Your thoughts, comments and contributions provide important ideas for the continuing discussion.

The recordings of these events are available at this link.

Whether or not you attended an in-person discussion, we invite you to join the ongoing conversation today.

The Idea Portal is an online forum organized by theme, where Lehigh students, faculty and staff can add new suggestions and comment on idea submissions. Nearly 700 of you have visited the portal so far. It will be active throughout the fall engagement phase of the strategic planning process and is designed to provide members of the Lehigh community with the opportunity to participate in the discussion whenever and wherever you choose.

Keep an eye out for future “questions of the week”—we want to hear from you! Our Future, Our Lehigh updates are posted on the website weekly. An email summary will be sent to the Lehigh community by email monthly.

Thank you to those of you who have already contributed ideas. We look forward to our ongoing work together this fall–your input matters. It is our future, our Lehigh.


Nathan Urban

Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs

Chris Cook

Vice President of Strategic Planning and Initiatives

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