Features

A view inside the Health, Science and Technology Building

New Health, Science and Technology Building: A Hub for Interdisciplinary Research

The largest building Lehigh has ever built, HST is designed to encourage collaboration among faculty and students across disciplines.

Richard Gordon IV

Preparing Effective School Leaders in a Diverse Society

Lehigh’s College of Education focuses on innovative teaching, experiential learning and interdisciplinarity. Its graduates have won accolades for their school leadership.

Lehigh President Joseph Helble

Welcome Home, Joseph J. Helble '82

The Lehigh chemical engineering grad returns to his alma mater to lead the university that changed the course of his life.

Student Sebastian Wick working on a project called EcoRealm Environments.

Growing Green

EcoRealm Environments explores retrofitting spaces with hydroponic grow systems—and boosting people’s wellbeing.

Collage of five women

Soaring Together: 50 Years of Coeducation

Celebrating the women of Lehigh at a milestone moment in the university’s storied history

Viola Yu and Sarrah Hussain

Portraits of the Brain: Teaching Students About Neuroanatomy

Art and science come together in unique textbook project supported by Lehigh Humanities Lab.

Multiple boats sitting in the water

Striving for Sustainability

As Lehigh unfolds its bold, new sustainability plan, we highlight six alumni who are doing their part for a more sustainable planet.

LSV Students

Fostering an Entrepreneurial Mindset at LehighSiliconValley

Innovative program steeps Lehigh students in the ways of entrepreneurship.

football players accepting trophy

Lehigh-Lafayette: The Story of 'The Rivalry'

As most college football fans know, the Lehigh-Lafayette game is the most-played rivalry game in the nation. But how did this game come to be, and what does it mean to those who have played in it?

UMOJAA House

The Founding of UMOJA House: An Oral History

Thirty years ago, the Umoja House opened its doors on the Lehigh campus, becoming both a community and a haven for underrepresented students of color. This is the story behind the black student activism that led to the Umoja House founding in the aftermath of one of Lehigh’s darkest days—and the university’s continuing efforts to make Lehigh a more inclusive place.

Pam Fusek

Pam Fusek ’13 Stoked Her Passion for Space Exploration at Lehigh and Landed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab

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.

Mural

Sunrise on the South Side

Lehigh, its partners in the community and the City of Bethlehem join forces to foster South Bethlehem’s resurgence.