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Solar Partnership Will Help Lehigh Offset 100% of Electric Emissions

Lehigh and Lafayette, Muhlenberg and Dickinson colleges join forces for unprecedented renewable energy purchase. It will be the 12th largest higher education renewable energy project, in terms of megawatts, in the country.

Xiaoji Xu Named a 2020 Sloan Research Fellow

Professor Xu is one of only 23 early-career chemistry scholars in the U.S. and Canada to receive this prestigious award.

Feb. 20: Updates on Novel Coronavirus

The purpose of this page is to keep the Lehigh community informed about the public health situation relating to the Coronavirus. Check this page for ongoing updates and answers to frequently asked questions.

2.20.20: Health and Wellness Center Campus Update

The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center continue to monitor the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak and to provide updates.

2.13.20: Health and Wellness Center Campus Update

The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center continue to monitor the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak and to provide updates.

Former U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent ’93G Dissects the Politics of Anger

Dent, who served seven terms in the U.S. House of Representatives, delivered the 2020 Kenner Lecture. 

Dan Lopresti to Present AAAS Panel on Roadmap to "a Radical Transformation of the AI Research Enterprise"

Lopresti will join the Computing Community Consortium for the presentation of a 20-year roadmap for artificial intelligence (AI) research in the U.S., offering a vision for a strategic path to unleashing the full potential of AI for the greatest societal benefit.

Pursuing a Passion for Educational Equity

Doctoral student Megan Hauser works to incorporate leadership and equity into the classroom.

Obama Photographer Pete Souza Shares Intimate Perspective of Presidency With Lehigh Community

The White House photographer for Presidents Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan met with Lehigh students, participated in a book signing and spoke in Baker Hall for nearly two hours.

2.7.20: Novel Coronavirus and Student Absences from Class

The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center continue to monitor the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak and to provide updates.

Celebrating 10 Years of BALANCE

Lehigh’s Black and Latinx Alumni Network for Community and Equity marks milestone and builds on past success.

Former U.S. Rep. Charlie Dent to Deliver 2020 Kenner Lecture

Dent, who appears frequently as a CNN commentator, will present ‘A View from the Trenches: The Politics of Anger and What Challenges Centrist Problem Solvers’ on Tuesday, Feb. 11.

Lehigh Researcher Finds Experiencing Police Brutality Increases Mistrust in Medical Institutions

When people have a negative encounter with the police, they are less likely to think medical institutions have their best interests, says Professor Sirry Alang. 

Robert A. Flowers Installed as Dean of College of Arts and Sciences

Family, friends and members of the Lehigh community celebrate Flowers’ installation Thursday as the Herbert J. and Ann L. Siegel Dean of the College.

2.5.20: Health and Wellness Center Campus Update

The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center continue to monitor the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak and to provide updates.

2.2.20: Health and Wellness Center Campus Update

The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center have been monitoring the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak since it emerged, and continue to do so.

Hyunok Choi Welcomed to the College of Health

An innovative epidemiologist, Choi examines the environmental origins of asthma.

Lehigh-UN Partnership Recognized with Heiskell Award for International Education

The university has now received the prestigious award in two consecutive years.

Acclaimed Presidential Photographer Pete Souza to Speak at Lehigh

His Feb. 6 visit will coincide with an exhibition in Fairchild-Martindale Library.

Another Reason to Reduce Man-made Ozone: To Cool a Warming Planet

Benjamin S. Felzer highlights the importance of new research showing that cleaning up ozone precursors within energy, industrial and transportation sectors could mitigate climate change.