Stephen Gross

Staff Writer
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.

Lehigh Launches Campus Sustainable Impact Fellowship

The multi-year, interdisciplinary projects focus on advancing Lehigh’s Sustainability Strategic Plan 2030 goals which align with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

COVID-19 Response Team Urges Students to Stay Vigilant

Rising number of cases ‘a source of significant concern,’ Provost Nathan Urban says in town hall Tuesday.

Headspace Meditation App Free for Lehigh Students

Starting Feb. 1, Lehigh students will have free access to Headspace.

Lehigh to Create Climate Action Strategy

The strategy will provide a roadmap for lessening the university’s impact on the environment.

Your ‘Personalized Research University’

Independent discovery is encouraged as part of your Lehigh experience.

Spotlight: Maddie Monahan

Monahan '21 is a student-athlete mentor.

Spotlight: Jordan Wood ’21

Wood is a two-time All-American.

Creative Inquiry Provides Opportunities for All Interests

Interdisciplinary programs such as Data for Impact and the Mountaintop Summer Experience include options for students in any major.

Message to the Lehigh Community from Bethlehem Mayor Bob Donchez, Kerry Shamnoski '22 and Lucy Kwiatek '22

A video of the message was posted on Lehigh's Instagram account on Aug. 21.

Lehigh Announces University Staff and Faculty Award Winners

The university celebrates 19 faculty and staff for their tireless efforts and dedication to the Lehigh community.

Housing, Dining Discussion Concludes Lehigh ‘Community Conversations’ Series

Lehigh leadership details housing and dining changes for first-year students moving on campus Aug. 18-20.

‘Community Conversations’ Series Continues as Lehigh Leadership Discuss Safety, Health and Wellness

Provost Nathan Urban stressed the importance of mask wearing and social distancing, saying campus health and safety hinges on the behavior of all members of the campus community.

‘The Rivalry’ Pauses as Patriot League Cancels Fall Sports

Lehigh and Lafayette will not meet on a football field for the first time since 1896, but the Patriot League has left open the possibility of all fall sports being played in the spring of 2021.

Halting of Study Abroad Leads to Dear COVID-19

Lehigh creates new course for students whose study abroad experiences were interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rebecca Wang Examines Mobile Shopping and Customer Purchase Behavior

Wang studies the effect of mobile shopping on customer loyalty, frequency and order size.

Golf Clubs and Social Classes in Mexico

Sociologist Hugo Cerón-Anaya studied three upscale golf clubs in Mexico City to explain wealth and privilege from the viewpoint of elites.

Eric Baumer: A Human Approach to Algorithm Design

Baumer’s work ranges from humanizing algorithmic designs to the socioeconomic inequities of Facebook and online data privacy.

A Search Engine for Datasets

Haiyan Jia and a team of Lehigh researchers works to create a dataset search engine prototype that allows users to find data online regardless of domain.

Eduardo Gómez Joins BBC's Good Morning Scotland for Coronavirus Interview

The associate professor in Lehigh's College of Health joined Saturday's edition of the radio program.

Eduardo Gómez Co-Authors Think Global Health Article on Politics and the Coronavirus

The associate professor in Lehigh's College of Health penned an article, 'Politics May Kill Us, Not the Coronavirus,' with a professor and dean at the Boston University School of Public Health.