Communications and Public Affairs
125 Goodman Drive
Bethlehem, PA 18015-3754
Director, Editorial Services
Fusek is living out a dream as a test engineer. She says she owes her early career success in large part to her Lehigh experiences.
Scholarships bring added benefits to UN employees.
The Lehigh University mobile app helps keep the campus community informed about events, activities and other key information.
The partnership includes full and partial tuition scholarships for Hispanic professionals accepted into Lehigh's full 1-MBA program.
The program aims to arm students with optional practical training for STEM-related employment.
Lehigh alumni who were the first in their families to attend college share personal stories and tips for success.
Singleton gift names third house in Phase I of New Residential Houses.
The Lehigh Wall Street Council hosts 13th annual Financial Services Forum at Zoellner's Baker Hall.
College of Health Dean Whitney P. Witt on preserving and improving the well-being of our communities.
Decision would offer ease-of-mind to college seniors and recent college graduates who want to advance their education.
Lehigh Global Social Impact Fellows work to develop more positive health outcomes in the West African nation.
Engelbert ’86 ’23P, WNBA Commissioner and former Deloitte CEO, delivered the 12th lecture in the Donald M. Gruhn ’49 Distinguished Finance Speaker Series.
Adrian Suarez ’22 joins Lehigh student team over summer to help improve the environmental landscape in his native Philippines.
Here's a look back at the rules in 1906 for first-year students at Lehigh.
Six alumni were honored for their achievements at Lehigh's first Leadership Recognition Dinner.
Maida, Shah Awarded Regional EY Entrepreneur Of The Year
A letter from Jennifer Cunningham, assistant vice president for alumni relations
Professional soccer player Gina Lewandowski ’07 follows a different path to the top.
Twin sisters Christine and Margaret Wertheim brought the project to life through an unexpected merge of passions.
Enrolled students increased 10% from Class of 2022.