Christina Tatu is a member of the editorial team in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs.
She writes for Lehigh’s various print publications and news websites.
Tatu joined Lehigh in September 2021 after 13 years as a reporter at several daily newspapers, writing for publications like The Morning Call in Allentown, the Pocono Record in Stroudsburg and the New Jersey Herald in Newton. While at The Morning Call she covered the city of Bethlehem and numerous other communities throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Her writing has been recognized by the Pennsylvania News Media Association and Pennsylvania Women’s Press Association.
A Poconos native, Tatu holds a B.A. in English from East Stroudsburg University, where she also minored in media communications.
This year’s Baccalaureate was the first in-person in three years because of the pandemic.
Lehigh’s Health, Science and Technology Building was celebrated Friday with a ribbon cutting.
Levine will give a presentation at the new Health, Science and Technology Building on how she’s working to help the nation overcome the pandemic.
A furniture design course created benches for community use in art galleries.
Lehigh alumni Katherine and Mike Hodsdon are traveling the country in a tiny house on wheels.
More than 100 years of the Lehigh Bulletin are now available online thanks to preservation efforts from Lehigh Libraries Special Collections.
The 13th annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning returned this month after a two-year hiatus caused by the pandemic.
The largest building Lehigh has ever built, HST is designed to encourage collaboration among faculty and students across disciplines.
The journalist, author and TV host is a distinguished scholar-in-residence in the College of Health, where she teaches Health, Government and the Media.
R.I.S.E. addresses the challenges of being a woman entrepreneur while also boosting entrepreneurship programs for underrepresented college students.
Graduate students have three minutes to explain their research in virtual event.
Zoe Sherman ’25 is part of a student startup that designed an outdoor fire detection device that monitors a property for signs of fire.
Innovative new program encourages master’s and doctoral students to utilize Lehigh’s Graduate Writers’ Studio and get help with writing their theses and dissertations.
The move includes relocating 32 faculty members and 15 labs from existing areas on campus.
New Health, Science and Technology building is illuminated for the first time.
The seal of the university, walking stick, silver mace and chain of office medallion represent the traditions and ideals that Lehigh upholds with the inauguration of its newest president.
Lehigh University received a $204,000 grant that will be used to engage more undergraduate women in engineering research over the next several years.
In observance of Veterans Day, Lehigh treated active, reserve and retired members of the military services to lunch Thursday in the Clayton University Center.
The beam will be raised into place Nov. 8 and filmed as part of the College of Business video series.
For the first time, Lehigh students had off from classes on Election Day to encourage participation in events focused on civic-minded discussion.