Office of Communication and Public Affairs
Stephen Gross is a member of the editorial team in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. He writes and edits for Lehigh’s news websites and a number of the university’s publications.
Gross joined Lehigh in 2018 after spending 12 years at The Morning Call daily newspaper in Allentown, Pa. He was a sports reporter for his final five years at the paper, covering mainly the Philadelphia Phillies and Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Lehigh Valley native holds a B.A. in English from Moravian College, where he also minored in political science.
This Biz Quiz came courtesy of McKay Price, director of the Murray H. Goodman Center for Real Estate Studies.
“The Grind @ FML” won a naming contest for the cafe, which officially opened to students, faculty and staff in September.
The guard, a four-year starter, is currently a graduate student.
The student-run newspaper marks its 125th anniversary.
Poets&Quants recognizes three Lehigh students who stood out in the nation’s Class of 2019.
Vinik received an Asa Packer walking stick to honor his leadership skills.
Nikki Groce spent 11 weeks in Hong Kong as part of the Iacocca International Internship Program.
Haoyan Sun studies the impact of platform dynamics on sales and fundraising.
Stephanie Rovito, Yuriko de la Cruz and Jeanne Kassis collectively bring population health experience and institutional knowledge to Lehigh’s new College of Health.
The Washington Post’s executive editor returns to Lehigh to discuss his start in journalism and current challenges to the industry.
The executive editor at The Washington Post will participate in a conversation with editors from The Brown and White on Sept. 26 in Baker Hall.
The Cafe at FML officially opened to students, faculty and staff Wednesday afternoon.
The 5-foot-11, 190-pound junior plays wide receiver.
Nicholas Strandwitz, the Harold Chambers Junior Professor in Materials Science and Engineering, specializes in a thin-film growth process called atomic layer deposition (ALD).
Matt McBride’s long professional baseball career took root at Lehigh. His legacy has opened doors for the players who follow in his footsteps.
The university distinguished professor of religion studies was recognized for his career work with a Festschrift, an online forum and at a conference.
The Centennial School was awarded a $6,500 STEM grant from the Toshiba America Foundation, which allowed for the purchase of robotics kits.
Dorrien, a theologian, references Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr. and Barack Obama in talk about social ethics.
The freshman Congresswoman received an overview of the biological sciences department and diversity programs at Lehigh, and also toured four different labs.
The 2019 Symposium on Teaching and Learning at Lehigh featured nearly 50 presentations and four panel discussions.