Stories about Diversity & Inclusion

With ‘Our Lehigh, Our Future’ in full swing, Lehigh’s provost and its vice president of strategic planning and initiatives talk about the themes, process and generating ideas.

Tarana Burke recalls the moment her movement went viral and says, "We still have so far to go.”

For the fourth consecutive year, The Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award recognized Lehigh’s outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion on a national level.

Lehigh will begin extensive renovations to the iconic Clayton University Center at Packer Hall that will create a dynamic environment for student life while preserving the building’s historic grandeur.

The center is 'a warm, friendly place to be.'

Activist Tarana Burke initiated a movement to help women and girls, particularly those of color, who survived sexual abuse and assault.

The initial cohort of students from the Bay Area of California has made a significant impact on the university, Posse liaison Jennifer Jensen says.

Students honor REDress Project in effort to inform Lehigh community about international issue.

Ochs will lead the institute dedicated to social justice and established with a $2.5 million gift from Charles Marcon.

The ceremony of the Tri-Alpha Honor Society was held April 7 on campus.