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Rise of the Robots: Coming to a First-Year Intro to Journalism Class Near You

At the World Journalism Education Conference in Paris, Lehigh faculty will present on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) into an unlikely venue: the introductory, first-year mass communications class.

Breaking Ground on the Health, Science & Technology Building

The state-of-the-art academic and research facility will connect Lehigh to South Bethlehem and bring greater vitality to the campus core.

Turning to Machine Learning for Molecular, Materials Research

NSF-funded workshop hosted by Lehigh’s Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation (I-DISC) is first in a series on applying data science techniques across disciplines.

The Lehigh Journey to Wall Street

The 2019 Lehigh Wall Street Council Spring Reception was held May 8 in Manhattan.

Scientists Reveal Reversible Superglue Inspired by Snail Mucus

A team of scientists, inspired by snail biology, have created a reversible superglue-like material.

Oops, They Did It Again

Organizers of the 21st annual Great South Side Sale surpass all records.

Materials Informatics Reveals New Class of Super-Hard Alloys

Lehigh researchers use data analytics and experimental microscopy to discover new high-entropy alloys, validating novel approach to new materials search

President John D. Simon Honored by Jagiellonian University in Poland

Simon receives distinguished medal for his role in leading collaborative research between Polish and American scientists.

Celebrating Commencement with First-Gen Families

Lehigh hosts luncheon to honor first-generation graduates and their families.

CAS Interim Dean Cameron Wesson Named Provost at Franklin & Marshall

Wesson will begin his new role at the liberal arts college on July 15.

U.S. Abortion Politics: How Did We Get Here and Where Are We Headed?

In a recent article, sociologist Ziad Munson explores the complex ways religion and the pro-life movement have intersected, an idea he also examines in his book, Abortion Politics, about how abortion in the U.S. has been “constructed as a controversial issue.”  

A More Rigorous Approach to Determining Intervention Effectiveness

A nearly $900K grant from IES supports Ethan Van Norman’s work to develop a quantitatively rigorous and user-friendly measure of the effectiveness of interventions for students with disabilities and learning difficulties.

Great South Side Sale Prepares for Its 21st Year

The annual sale will take place this Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m.

Mountaintop Summer Experience to Drive Innovation Through 26 New and Returning Projects

Now in its seventh year, Lehigh’s 2019 Mountaintop Summer Experience began on May 29.

Three Lehigh Engineering Students Receive Prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

The Lehigh students and one recent alumna are among the 2,051 students offered fellowships in 2019.

Centennial School Receives STEM Grant to Help Prepare Students for Careers

The Centennial School was awarded a $6,500 STEM grant from the Toshiba America Foundation, which allowed for the purchase of robotics kits.

LUPD Marks Annual Police Week with Ceremony

Officers, staff and citizens who went above and beyond were honored.

Verma to Graduates: Face the World with Humanity, Heart, Grace and Respect

The former ambassador to India and Lehigh trustee shared life lessons gleaned from three decades on the world stage.

Lehigh Ph.D. Graduates Honored at 2019 Hooding Ceremony

President John D. Simon urges doctoral candidates to ‘use your talents to the fullest.’

Social Ethicist Gary Dorrien Delivers Baccalaureate Address

Dorrien, a theologian, references Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and Barack Obama in talk about social ethics.