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Posse Plus Retreat: ‘It’s OK to Have Different Ideas and Viewpoints’

Lehigh students, staff, faculty and administrators converge in the Poconos for a weekend-long retreat that explored 'The State of Our Union.'

The Inaugural Costel Denson Distinguished Lecture to Feature Chemical Engineer Babatunde A. Ogunnaike

The lecture will begin at 2:30 pm on March 20 in the Governor’s Suite of Iacocca Hall.

"PBS NewsHour" Anchor Judy Woodruff to Speak at Lehigh

Woodruff will deliver the 2019 Kenner Lecture on Cultural Understanding on Tuesday, March 19.

George DuPaul: 1 in 3 Students with ADHD Receive No School Interventions

Largest national study of youth with ADHD reveals gaps between student needs and school services, particularly in secondary school and for non-English speakers and lower-income families.

Lehigh's Graduate Engineering, Education and MBA Programs Earn High Rankings

The rankings will appear in U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 rankings.

Taking Aim at Gun Violence in Schools

BASD Superintendent Joseph Roy and psychologist Peter Langman sit down for a crucial conversation on school shooters.

Former U.S. Ambassador to India Richard Verma to Deliver 2019 Commencement Address

Verma ’90, a leading expert on trade and diplomacy in Asia, will deliver the address at Lehigh’s 151st spring commencement on Monday, May 20.

Elizabeth A. Dolan Named Lehigh’s New Deputy Provost for Graduate Education

Dolan will assume her new role on July 1.

Lehigh Introduces Plan for Greek Excellence

The 10-point plan was developed after careful review of current Greek life practices and issues.

A 'Crucial Conversation' on School Shootings

The College of Education kicks off a new series Tuesday with BASD Superintendent Joseph Roy and psychologist Peter Langman.

Fulbright Specialist Steffen Brings Theory of Just Punishment to Brazil

Steffen delivers seminar grounded in philosophical scholarship entitled 'Moral Obligation and Punishment.'

130,000 Years of Data Show Peatlands Store Carbon Long-Term

First study of the extent of global peatland and carbon storage over the last 130,000 years fills in key knowledge gap, affirms peatlands’ effectiveness as a long-term carbon storage mechanism over a long timescale

Electrically-Heated Silicate Glass Appears to Defy Joule’s First Law

Experiments show electric field can modify silicate glass, causing parts to melt while remaining solid elsewhere; discovery suggests heat in glass could be produced on a very fine scale, could point to performance challenges for devices where glass is used, or could be employed for superior molding and shaping with much less energy

Lehigh Takes on an Increasingly Multimedia World

New film and documentary studies program offers two undergraduate minors and a graduate certificate.

Andrew Ward: CEOs Make Money from Bad Company News

New research finds that despite regulations, CEOs control information release and may do so for their own financial gain.

Maria Donoghue Velleca Named Dean of Lehigh’s College of Arts & Sciences

An accomplished neurobiologist, Donoghue Velleca will join Lehigh from Georgetown University.

Biz Quiz Answer

This Biz Quiz came courtesy of Marina Puzakova, associate professor of marketing.

Lehigh Alum Heather Rodale Promotes Healing Through The Arts

Lehigh students’ art work to be showcased in juried art show, which begins Feb. 23

Attorney and Advocate Anita Hill Urges Engagement, Commitment to Social Change

The women’s rights icon delivered the university’s MLK address to a packed house in Baker Hall.

Fiorettis are First to the North Pole in 2018

Peter ’82 and Bob ’84 Fioretti have explored a place that few others get to see.