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The Spring 2021 issue reflects on the legacy of Lehigh’s 14th president, John D. Simon ’19P, whose tenure at Lehigh has been nothing short of transformative. Simon sat down with the Bulletin for an insightful Q&A. The issue also takes a look at the remarkable work of alumni in the area of sustainability, including as environmental entrepreneurs and community activists, and an alumna who is making her mark on Broadway in costume design.
A Heartfelt Thank You
A Good (and True) First Impression
Staying Connected in the Pandemic
As Lehigh’s president, John D. Simon worked to raise the ambition of the entire university. As his tenure ends, he shares his reflections on his years at Lehigh, and the university’s many achievements over the past six years.
As Lehigh unfolds its bold, new sustainability plan, we highlight six alumni who are doing their part for a more sustainable planet.
Tony-nominated Dede Ayiteh '07 followed her heart to a career in the arts, but she also uses what she learned in neuroscience at Lehigh to design costumes for Broadway.
Anthony DiMaggio has studied the progression of social movements in the United States since 2008.
Seismologist Anne Meltzer helped lead rapid response to the Pedernales earthquake in Ecuador.