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LUPD Chief Jason Schiffer details emergency response.
Shultz will deliver the Peter S. Hagerman ‘61 Lecture in Ethics.
The two-day October workshop is the second in a series of NSF-funded conferences and lectures hosted by the Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation (I-DISC).
The unique and colorful woolen installations put focus on climate change.
The following message was sent to the campus community on August 21, 2019.
The individual selected for this role will succeed Pat Farrell, who steps down at the end of this academic year.
The atmosphere is jubilant as first-year students arrive on campus and move into dorms.
Stacie E. Brennan ’03 to join the LUAG staff on Sept. 3.
A letter from a reader of the Lehigh alumni Bulletin
A letter from President John D. Simon '19P
Clarke Applegate ’44 embodies true spirit of a loyal Lehigh alum.
Adam Knuckey ’18 and Corey Caplan ’18 are co-founders of Dolomite, a decentralized cryptocurrency trading platform.
A letter from Jennifer Cunningham, assistant vice president for alumni relations
Computer science and engineering professor Dan Lopresti is working to put high-tech tools in the hands of those investigating crimes of modern slavery
Playwright Liz Duffy Adams enriches Lehigh as the Theodore U. Horger ’61 Endowed Artist-in-Residence for the Performing and Visual Arts
Brad Morse ’65 helps steward his late parents’ Salvador Dali collection at signature museum
The Hitch House and Maida House will be available to students starting fall 2020.
Martindale Associates explore implications of Britain’s split from the European Union
Lehigh launches a new initiative to support the university’s continued growth
Dean Whitney Witt addresses the effects of involuntary border separations on breastfeeding mothers and their children.