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RCEAS names new director for energy institute

Martha Dodge ’82 will also lead master’s program in energy systems engineering.

Media consult journalism professor on phone hacking scandal

Lehigh’s Jack Lule comments on the British tabloid scandal, the fate of Murdoch’s news empire and U.S. impact.

Trip with a purpose

Athletics Leadership Coordinator Julie Sterrett joined three Lehigh student-athletes recently in traveling to Ecuador to assist people there.

STEPS building wins international green design award

The 135,000-square-foot facility, which opened in August 2010, reflects Lehigh’s commitment to environmental principles.

Lehigh alum Lee Iacocca creates international internship program

Supporters are challenged to match $5 million gift.

Global Village creates international network of young leaders

Students and young professionals will learn leadership and cross-cultural skills this summer during Global Village’s 15th year at the Iacocca Institute.

Lehigh to join with leading schools to address high-risk drinking

The unprecedented group initiative will take a comprehensive approach to a persistent problem.

Thanks for your generosity

With the end of the fiscal year at hand, every gift to Lehigh counts.

Best Friends Forever

Friendships forged during their first days on South Mountain have lasted a lifetime for many Lehigh graduates

Yuengling: The Sixth Generation

For Jennifer Yuengling-Franquet '96G and Wendy Yuengling Baker '97, beer is not just thicker than water, it's just as thick as blood.

Best Friends Forever: Bonus Coverage

For our online readers, here are three bonus stories about alumni who met their BFFs at Lehigh.

Bethlehem to Broadway

Rob Riley '03 starred on Broadway in the hit show Lombardi, a play that struck a deep, personal chord.

Daniel Webster, Meet Ed Kneedler '67

Fewer than 10 lawyers in history have argued more than 100 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court. Ed Kneedler '67 is one of them.

A hidden marketplace of ideas

A Lehigh researcher is studying the global rise in private tutoring and its role in privatizing public education.

Civil engineering professor blogs from site of Tohoku Earthquake

Clay Naito is part of a team reviewing the tsunami's impact for the National Science Foundation.

Gast travels to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan

In her role as a U.S. science envoy, Lehigh President Alice P. Gast will seek to strengthen science and education ties.

Lehigh students join U.S.-Indonesia partnership

Students from Lehigh, Michigan and Indonesia learn from each other while they travel together.

Bringing hope to Zambian villages

A team of Lehigh students is working to provide technical help to an organization that makes microfinance loans.

IPD students cultivate a garden—and a community

Semester-long course teaches sustainability and hands-on learning

South Side Sale bigger and better

This year’s sale raised $14,700—a new record—for the Community Service Office’s Homework Clubs in the community.