The highly competitive, multi-year position recognizes Kane’s expertise in sponsored research administration.
In his latest book, Bruce Whitehouse, associate professor of anthropology at Lehigh, examines why polygamy is thriving in Bamako, Mali.
The project will supply 100% of the electrical power needs of the Goodman Campus and offset 8% of Lehigh’s grid electricity consumption.
Lehigh researchers, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, will investigate exposure to ethylene oxide and other air toxics.
Lehigh researchers explore ignition probability—an important step in wildfire risk analysis.
Henri J. Barkey, professor of international relations, talks with France 24 to discuss whether or not U.S.-Turkish ties are on a reset.
Eduardo J. Gómez investigates how processed food companies sway politics and policy in emerging economies.
Eduardo J. Gómez, professor in Lehigh’s College of Health, joins NPR's Goats and Soda to talk about his latest book, Junk Food Politics.
Khurram Hussain, associate professor of religion studies, takes a human-centered approach to reimagine where modern Islam belongs in the West.
Lesley Chow and partners at St. Luke’s University Health Network aim to provide early stage intervention for degenerative joint disease.
The National Science Foundation-funded project aims to reduce online fraud among older adults, who lose billions of dollars each year.
Martin Harmer rethinks the interaction between human researchers and their scientific instruments.
Jodi Eichler-Levine explains how Disney intersects with religion in this NBC Think opinion piece.
In this STAT article, Michael Gusmano discusses possible concerns with a new Alzheimer's treatment.
Research from Liuba Belkin, professor of management, is featured in Yahoo! News.
Phillip Coles shares his expertise and experience in this WSJ piece.
Brooke DeSipio and Lehigh's Office of Gender Violence Education and Support are featured in this APA article.
In this article, Oliver Yao discusses technology and data science with Fortune.
In this opinion article, Marilisa Jiménez Garcia writes about what's at risk when books are banned.
The Institute of Museum and Library Services grant will support LUAG’s Taste of Art program.