Director, University Communications
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
Linda Harbrecht is the Director of Communications in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. In addition to writing about major university initiatives, programs and events, she also serves on Lehigh’s Crisis Management Team and provides editorial and strategic marketing support to the Student Affairs division.
An award-winning former journalist and former editor of Lehigh’s Alumni Bulletin, she has written extensively about faculty research, the history of the university and has contributed to university research publications during her nearly 18 years at Lehigh.
The best-selling author urges listeners to be engaged in the struggle for social justice.
The deputy provost for faculty affairs is an internationally recognized scholar.
The training is part of a broader campus awareness effort around active shooter scenarios.
A series of events will culminate in celebratory events on Lehigh/Laf weekend.
The 10-day festival will examine a Bethlehem reimagined after the demise of Bethlehem Steel.
Veteran journalist Carl Bernstein discussed the virtue—and necessity—of strong journalism in the 40th Annual Tresolini Lecture at Lehigh.
The late afternoon event in Williams Global Commons is first in a series of MLK Justice Panels.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist joins a long line of influential scholars to speak at this annual event.
The Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award recognizes outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion on a national level.
The university has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the nation’s outstanding research universities.
The influential business leader and philanthropist was broadly recognized as a symbol of American ingenuity and resilience.
Organizers of the 21st annual Great South Side Sale surpass all records.
Wesson will begin his new role at the liberal arts college on July 15.
Officers, staff and citizens who went above and beyond were honored.
The former ambassador to India and Lehigh trustee shared life lessons gleaned from three decades on the world stage.
Simon introduced the ambitious Path to Prominence plan, which presents a bold academic vision for Lehigh.
The Student Life Leadership Awards noted the accomplishments of more than 50 students.
Simon told faculty they are key to addressing opportunities and “owning our future.”
Heather Johnson studies the inverse of the glass ceiling—an “invisible safety net” that keeps children from historically advantaged groups from falling down the ladder of success.
A teaching award will be named in honor of the materials science and engineering professor, who battled Lou Gehrig’s disease for nearly three years.