Stories about Diversity & Inclusion

Ameer’s appointment marks a significant step forward in Lehigh’s commitment to inclusivity and the celebrations of diverse perspectives and traditions

The food pantries are located in Johnson Hall on the Asa Packer Campus and Iacocca Hall on the Mountaintop Campus.

A 3,000-year-old flint knifepoint is among the artifacts to be returned to the sovereign, federally recognized Delaware Nation, with whom Lehigh partnered with last year.

The four-day conference on campus features programs, talks and events centered around this year’s theme of Embodied Love.

Faculty, staff and students join the national observance by picking up trash, making fleece blankets for children suffering trauma, working at an animal shelter, and more.

The new Accelerating Research Translation (ART) program addresses the gap between academic research and practical solutions for society’s complex problems.

Helble will deliver a lecture at Universidad San Francisco de Quito and connect with members of the Lehigh community in Ecuador, Colombia, Guatemala and Panama. It is his first overseas trip as president.

Undergraduate students with a family income of less than $75,000 will receive a full tuition grant from Lehigh

University holds an information session on the implementation phase of the strategic plan.

More than 1,500 students join the Lehigh family this week.