Stephanie Veto

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Videographer
Office of Communication and Public Affairs
610-758-4314
smv214@lehigh.edu

Stephanie Veto is the university videographer and a member of the editorial team in the Office of Communications and Public Affairs. She enterprises, shoots and edits videos (long and short-form documentaries, major events, general news, promotional stories and institutional messaging) and takes photos for the university and college websites and publications. 

Veto joined Lehigh’s communications team in 2014 after a career working in newspapers as a photojournalist and video journalist. She wrote, photographed and collected video for self-generated stories, features, sports and news.

Veto has a Master of Science in photojournalism from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts with an emphasis in photography and design from Marywood University. 

She’s been fortunate enough to carry a backstage pass to the world, covering everything from the PGA Tour’s U.S. Open to life in post-conflict Uganda. She’s paralleled her career with inspiring future storytellers by teaching classes at the University of Missouri, Temple University and currently Lehigh University. Additionally, she’s a freelance photographer and documentarian.

Veto truly loves what she does and has dragged her family all over the country in pursuit of good stories. 

 

President Video Message: Spring Welcome

A message sent to members of the Lehigh community. 

Move-In Underway at Health, Science & Technology Building

The move includes relocating 32 faculty members and 15 labs from existing areas on campus.

Lehigh Tops Lafayette in the 157th Edition of The Rivalry

The Mountain Hawks end the season on a three-game winning streak with a 17-10 win over the Leopards.

President Video Message: Interdisciplinarity

A message sent to members of the Lehigh community. 

Inauguration of President Joseph J. Helble ’82 Opens Founder’s Weekend

The ceremony inaugurating Lehigh’s 15th president was held Friday in Tamerler Courtyard.

LUAG’s Outdoor Sculptures Get Virtual Accessibility

The pieces on the Asa Packer campus in Lehigh University Art Galleries’ outdoor sculpture collection have been added to the interactive campus map.

Rally, Move-In Kick Off 2021 Fall Semester

A special Rally and “Do it for the ‘Gram” were among the events on campus this weekend.

Portraits of the Brain: Teaching Students About Neuroanatomy

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

Celebrating Lehigh’s Class of 2021

Lehigh holds two in-person Commencement ceremonies Monday for Class of 2021 undergraduates.

Former NASA Astronaut Terry Hart ’68 to Graduates: Be an Effective Team Member

The Lehigh mechanical engineering and mechanics professor virtually addresses the Classes of 2020 and 2021.

UPDATE: In-person ceremony is held Saturday morning for undergraduates of the Class of 2020.

Joseph J. Helble ’82 Named Lehigh’s 15th President

Helble, currently provost of Dartmouth College, will assume the presidency on August 16.

Lehigh President John Simon Shares a Message of Thanks

A semester unlike any other comes to a close.

Amber Rice Examines Carolina and Black-Capped Chickadees in the Hybrid Zone to Understand How New Species Arise

Rice investigates hybridization through ecological field research, behavioral tests, and population genetics and genomics.

Lehigh Holds Virtual Celebration for Class of 2020

The university confers degrees in emotional, online tribute to graduates.

Standing Strong

The Lehigh community rallies togetherand rises to the challenge.

A Message from President John Simon

'Know that we are all in this together'

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.

Celebrating 30 Years of the Umoja House

Lehigh community gathers to recognize three decades of Umoja on campus. 

Mountain Hawks Fall Short in #Rivalry155

Late field goal gives Lafayette a 17-16 win. 

Digitizing Medieval Manuscripts

Scholars and aficionados can now search, download and study 160,000 pages of high-resolution, full-color manuscripts dating to the ninth century, thanks to library partnerships.