Manager, Editorial Services
Managing Editor, Lehigh Bulletin
Editor, Lehigh Business and Theory to Practice
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
Mary Ellen Alu is a manager of editorial services in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. She plays a key role in several publications: the Lehigh Alumni Bulletin, published three times a year; the College of Education’s annual Theory to Practice magazine and Lehigh Business, the annual magazine of the College of Business and Economics. She also writes and edits for Lehigh’s online news sites.
Alu joined Lehigh’s communications office in 2014 after a lengthy career in journalism. She worked as an editor for AOL’s online news service, Patch; as an editor and reporter for The Morning Call daily newspaper in Allentown, Pa.; and as a reporter for The Times Leader in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. She holds a Masters of Liberal Arts from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. from Wilkes University. She is the recipient of numerous writing and reporting awards.
Alu is a former co-president and board member of Families with Children from China – Lehigh Valley Chapter. She also serves as an assistant troop leader for Girl Scout Troop 6008 based at St. Thomas More in Salisbury Township, Pa.
Daley will serve as the co-director of a new Institute for Indigenous Studies.
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The campus community begins a celebration of an institutional milestone with unique events, programs and projects.
Vistex Institute offers two new online courses to help leaders navigate in a virtual world.
Germán A. Cadenas studies the link between the development of critical consciousness and Hispanic DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) students’ intent to persist at public universities.
Kangas examines through multiple studies how state and federal policies and structural issues in schools can be barriers to learning.
Shin-Yi Chou and Ernest Lai investigate how conflicting information figures into health decisions.
The university confers degrees in emotional, online tribute to graduates.
Tom Hammond will help lead efforts in implementing hands-on, socio-environmental investigations for high school students in three regions of the United States.
A Q&A with Zach G. Zacharia, associate professor of supply chain management and director of the Center for Supply Chain Research at the College of Business.
The university has so far delivered nearly 500 face shields to help hospitals and medical centers in their fight against the coronavirus.
How did Lehigh do it? An interview with Greg Reihman, vice provost for Library and Technology Services.
Thirty years ago, the Umoja House opened its doors on the Lehigh campus, becoming both a community and a haven for underrepresented students of color. This is the story behind the black student activism that led to the Umoja House founding in the aftermath of one of Lehigh’s darkest days—and the university’s continuing efforts to make Lehigh a more inclusive place.
Dylan Cato '16 and Karen Shihadeh Schaufeld '83 '15P '17P are co-founders of Altor Locks.
From The Simpsons to Ford v Ferrari, Lehigh and its alumni make a cultural splash.
Dent ’93G talks with the Bulletin about Washington, the politics of anger and the challenges for centrist problem-solvers
Family, friends and members of the Lehigh community celebrate Flowers’ installation Thursday as the Herbert J. and Ann L. Siegel Dean of the College.
A name change signals a new era of Lehigh’s College of Business.
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Lehigh community gathers to recognize three decades of Umoja on campus.