Director of Content and Editorial Strategy
Office of Communications and Public Affairs
Tim Hyland has served as Director of Content and Editorial Strategy at Lehigh University since 2013, overseeing all projects of the University's content team. He previously served as Executive Director for Publications at Drexel University, as Editor of the Wharton Magazine at the Wharton School, and as editorial team leader at the University of Pennsylvania. Before working in higher education, Tim worked as a staff writer and editor for several newspapers in Pennsylvania and Maryland, and won several awards for his work from the Chesapeake Associated Press. He has an M.A. in American Studies from the University of Maryland and a B.A. in Journalism from Penn State University.
An accomplished neurobiologist, Donoghue Velleca will join Lehigh from Georgetown University.
As inaugural dean, Witt will oversee the continued development of the College, which will launch in Fall 2020.
The 720-bed residential facility will bring new vitality, greater collaboration to the center of campus.
Recent trip sees university leadership connect with China-based alumni, explore new initiatives.
Dominick Bragalone '19 talks about his experience and football at Lehigh.
Carolyn Wright ’18 is one of the finest defensive catchers and most clutch hitters in the Patriot League.
Lehigh forges ahead on key infrastructure projects as part of the Path to Prominence plan.
The Lehigh wrestling program develops true scholar-athletes while also competing at the very highest levels of the sport.
New agreement will see the universities establish student and faculty exchanges and pursue research collaborations.
Vince Forlenza ’75 says change is imminent for health care, both domestically and worldwide.
Avery earns All-America honors...and Warning joins her
Cruz’s title puts Lehigh wrestling back in the national spotlight
Vince Volpe ’80 is on a mission to revitalize a historic soccer club—and in the process bolster his beloved, adopted hometown, too.
Khanjan Mehta believes Mountaintop-style experiences are too valuable to be limited to Mountaintop alone
Lehigh aims to build on success of Mountaintop by expanding the program beyond the walls of the Mountaintop campus itself.
Government regulators say daily fantasy sports is a form of gambling, while the industry insists their contests are 'games of skill.' Matthew Melone says the debate is mostly irrelevant.
An unexpected turn of events took Maura Henderson ’19 into the world of collegiate running, with incredible results.
How teamwork, togetherness and selflessness helped the 2011-2012 Mountain Hawks pull one of the greatest upsets in the history of March Madness.
Courtney Avery literally set the bar for Lehigh track and field by becoming the first All-American in program history.
Lehigh triumphs over Lafayette in the 152nd edition of the most played rivalry in all of college football.