Emily Collins

Naomi Rothman Suggests Leaders Embrace Emotional Ambivalence in Harvard Business Review article

The professor of management notes that sharing the feeling of ambivalence with your team can lead to creative problem solving. 

Lehigh Receives First Ever Bitcoin Gift

The gift will support programming for Lehigh’s Startup Academy.

Ahmed Rahman discusses new unemployment data with WLVR

The professor of economics is cautiously optimistic about the new data. 

Multitasking, Distraction & Consumer Behavior

Daniel Zane investigates what happens to consumers when they are distracted by a background ad while multitasking.

Supporting English Learners with Disabilities During Remote Learning and School Reopening

Sara Kangas, assistant professor of special education, recommends policy guidance specifically addressing the needs of English Learners with disabilities.

Understanding the Relationship Between Christianity and Violence

Lloyd Steffen's new book explores the meaning of violence in Christianity through insecurity and identity. 

Liuba Belkin Explains the Importance of Unplugging After Work Hours

The professor of management encourages disconnecting after-hours in this TechTarget article.

Holona Ochs Discusses Policing and Mental Health With The Pocono Record

The professor of political science suggests ways officers and mental health professionals can improve the ways mental heath calls are handled. 

Dominic Packer Analyzes Identity in LA Times Opinion Article

The professor of psychology looks into why bystanders fail to intervene when strangers need help.

Jesus Salas Shares Financial Advice for Recent Grads

In this InvestorPlace article, the professor of finance explains how new graduates can get a handle on their finances right out of school. 

Making an Argument for Art: Lehigh Students Become Museum Curators

Undergraduate students purchased four new artworks for Lehigh University Art Galleries.

Lehigh University Professor of Philosophy Awarded 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship

Roslyn Weiss joins a diverse group of 184 artists, writers, scholars, and scientists to receive the award.

Dismantling White Supremacy in Public Health

An analysis by Sirry Alang, associate professor of sociology and health, medicine, and society, suggests a new framework for dismantling white supremacy in public health.

Research from X. Frank Zhang and Wonpil Im Featured in AZoLifeSciences

The bioengineering professors have identified a virus-cell interaction that may explain COVID-19’s high infection rate.

Thomas Chen Explores the Resurgence of the Diary

An essay by the assistant professor of Chinese was published in the Los Angeles Review of Books

Rebecca Wang Discusses Travel Loyalty with The Washington Post

The professor of marketing shares what factors are most important to travelers choosing an airline. 

What Happened to Power in Texas? An Energy Economics Professor Weighs In

A Q&A with Alberto J. Lamadrid, associate professor of economics and energy economics expert.

Education Professor Urges PA Senate to Provide Additional Pandemic-Related Support to Schools

Research shows public schools are facing unprecedented challenges related to student success as the pandemic continues to halt in-person instruction.

Researchers find college students with ADHD are likely to experience significant academic challenges

New research from George DuPaul and colleagues is the first to examine the long-term academic outcomes of college students with ADHD, finding students with ADHD receive lower grades and are at higher risk of dropping out. 

Jesus M. Salas Discusses GameStop Stock with InvestorPlace

The professor of finance predicts a major drop in GME stock prices.