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.
Reichmanis, a member of the National Academy of Engineering, will serve as the Anderson Endowed Chair in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering.
Inaugural Founder’s Weekend brings campus community together in celebration of Lehigh.
The new data warehouse will support the work of faculty in the college, as well as research throughout the entire university.
University extends its global reach with new staff, continuing initiatives
A letter from Tim Hyland, editor
Peatlands, found in both arctic and tropical climates, can help reduce carbon accumulation in the atmosphere.
A study in the Journal of Accounting Research concluded that the “positive” seen in CDSs could be traced directly back to the sense of “insurance” they provide to lenders.
Marketers have for decades worked on brand anthropomorphism in an effort to build a stronger connection with consumers. Marina Puzakova’s work explores what happens when they succeed.
Trumpeter Bill Warfield says his life changed forever when he heard a Lew Soloff solo. On his new album, he pays tribute to his late mentor—a man he says made his life in music possible.
A letter from Bulletin Editor Tim Hyland
Coen, who stepped down as Lehigh football coach, led his Mountain Hawks to five Patriot League championships.
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.