The Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award recognizes outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion on a national level.
LUPD Chief Jason Schiffer details emergency response.
Studying colloidal crystallization, Lehigh scientists show that kinetic effects may be unable to fully explain the appearance of structural transformations and that surface thermodynamics can be critical for driving transformations between crystal structures.
The Cafe at FML officially opened to students, faculty and staff Wednesday afternoon.
The university has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s outstanding research universities.
Shultz will deliver the Peter S. Hagerman ‘61 Lecture in Ethics.
The two-day October workshop is the second in a series of NSF-funded conferences and lectures hosted by the Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation (I-DISC).
The unique and colorful woolen installations put focus on climate change.
Open house showcases new classrooms, faculty offices, study rooms and student zones.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist joins a long line of influential scholars to speak at this annual event.
The following message was sent to the campus community on August 21, 2019.
The individual selected for this role will succeed Pat Farrell, who steps down at the end of this academic year.
Lehigh, its partners in the community and the City of Bethlehem join forces to foster South Bethlehem’s resurgence.
In her comic-book paper, Lehigh neuroscientist and artist Ann E. Fink explores the true tale of a psychiatrist and his traumatized patient, and argues that healing trauma entails obligations to society.
Convocation marked the official start of the 2019-2020 academic year.
The atmosphere is jubilant as first-year students arrive on campus and move into dorms.
The university receives state grant to help Allentown School District groom future principals.
This summer, Lehigh is scheduled to begin construction on its Health, Science and Technology building, which will be home to the new College of Health. The New Residential Houses are taking shape further up the hill, and the SouthSide Commons residential facility is nearly complete at Brodhead and Packer avenues.
On the same Wednesday that Kawash and the other Lehigh tutors were helping with homework at Cathedral Church, two of Lehigh’s health equity interns were blocks away at the Hispanic Center Lehigh Valley on East Fourth Street. The center and adjacent Fowler Community Wellness Center (St. Luke’s University Health Network is also a partner) are community hubs, where people gather to eat, play dominoes and bingo, get help finding jobs and access medical care and other services.
It’s close to 4 p.m. on a Wednesday in April, when a small group of students from Fountain Hill Elementary School bound into a large basement room at the Cathedral Church of the Nativity, blocks from the western part of the Lehigh campus. The youngsters are ready, first, for snacks, before diving into homework. They gravitate toward the Lehigh students who come here regularly in late afternoon to help them with their reading and other core subjects.