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3.5.21: Restoring retirement benefits and merit pay July 1

A message sent to Lehigh faculty and staff. 

Lehigh to Host Top Data Journalists in Virtual Panel Discussion

Five veteran journalists to address the increasingly important role of data journalism in communicating important social issues to the public.

Lehigh Plans In-Person Commencements for Class of 2021 and Class of 2020

In order to safely celebrate graduates from both classes, the university will host a series of Commencement ceremonies and a virtual celebration over the course of a weekend. 

3.5.21: Further Resuming Campus Activities

A message sent to members of the Lehigh community and Lehigh families. 

Lehigh announces tuition increase for upcoming academic year

University Trustees approved implementing an undergraduate tuition increase of 4.0 percent.

What Happened to Power in Texas? An Energy Economics Professor Weighs In

A Q&A with Alberto J. Lamadrid, associate professor of economics and energy economics expert.

Forecast: the Impacts of Vaccines and Variants on the U.S. COVID Trajectory

Thomas McAndrew, a computational scientist in Lehigh's College of Health, and colleagues incorporate data from experts and forecasters.

Education Professor Urges PA Senate to Provide Additional Pandemic-Related Support to Schools

Research shows public schools are facing unprecedented challenges related to student success as the pandemic continues to halt in-person instruction.

Anand Jagota Appointed New Associate Dean of Research in College of Health

Jagota retains his academic appointment with the Rossin College while taking on his new administrative role.

2.26.21: Thank you to Students

A message sent to students from Nathan Urban and Ricardo Hall.

2.25.21: Fall 2021 Housing Information

A message sent to undergraduate students.

2.25.21: Easing Campus Restrictions

A message sent to members of the Lehigh community and Lehigh families. 

Embracing Our Excremental Selves

In her latest book, Mary Foltz examines the ways several postmodern authors produce scatological works to critique how humans treat each other and the natural world.

Researchers find college students with ADHD are likely to experience significant academic challenges

New research from George DuPaul and colleagues is the first to examine the long-term academic outcomes of college students with ADHD, finding students with ADHD receive lower grades and are at higher risk of dropping out. 

2.22.21: Fall 2021 Update for Students and Families

A message sent to Lehigh students and families.

2.22.21: Fall 2021 Update for Colleagues

A message sent to faculty and staff.

Oliver Yao Named Interim Deputy Provost for Graduate Education

Longtime business professor will serve as a ‘champion’ for the graduate student experience.

A Conversation with Beth Dolan, Interim Dean of the College of Health

Dolan is working to expand the curriculum, seek out partnerships, recruit faculty and promote the college's innovative approach to tackling health problems.

Jesus M. Salas Discusses GameStop Stock with InvestorPlace

The professor of finance predicts a major drop in GME stock prices.

Lehigh and National Black MBA Association Forge New Partnership

Collaborative agreement establishes the Lehigh 1-MBA Program as a diamond tier partner.