Research Review

2022 Volume No. 7

Research Review

Gloria Naylor

Celebrating Gloria Naylor

An interdisciplinary project invites a broad audience to engage with the archive of a celebrated author in a variety of ways.

Marie Curie

The Great Divide

Gauri Subramani examines the implications of representation on entrepreneurship and innovation.

A Radar for Risk

Bridget Dever helps schools identify students at high risk for behavioral and emotional disorders.

Treating Disease Through Neurostimulation

Mayuresh Kothare develops tools for optimizing treatment of medical conditions via neurostimulation of peripheral nerves.

Private Equity’s Playbook

Laura Katz Olson investigates the impact private equity firms have on the health care industry.

The Forefront of Experimental Evolution

Gregory Lang develops a mechanistic understanding of genome evolution through experiments with yeast.

Letter From Our Leadership

Our talented researchers continue to offer inspiration and insight through the most challenging times.

Interdisciplinarity & Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

A diverse team of Lehigh researchers examines components of the language, history and narratives of antibiotics related to their individual expertise.

More Stories

illustration for how the pandemic affected the workplace

How the Pandemic Affected Workers and the Workplace

Liuba Belkin’s research gives insight into managing the ‘new normal.’

Educational Leadership in an Increasingly Diverse Society

Floyd Beachum, along with two co-authors, updated a previous version of his book for school administrators and teacher leaders.

Dice, Divination and the Silk Road

Constance Cook decodes an ancient manuscript to find a connection between gaming and divination.

Helping Autism Educators Through Project STAY

Kristi Morin develops Project STAY to help new teachers working with autistic students and improve teacher retention.

Modern Islam and the West

Khurram Hussain, associate professor of religion studies, takes a human-centered approach to reimagine where modern Islam belongs in the West.

On the Cover

There is no such thing as a mere academic exercise. Everything we do is intended to inform our understanding of the world and our place in it, whereby we can act more wisely and see the results of our actions more clearly. Welcome to research at Lehigh.

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