From ‘Pavo Real’ to ‘Seated Woman on a Rock,’ the Lehigh University Art Galleries' outdoor collection can take visitors on an international artistic journey.
Staff, faculty and their doctoral students started moving into the new Health, Science and Technology building at Lehigh in January. The move included 32 faculty members and 15 labs from existing areas on campus.
Here are 15 Fun Facts about Lehigh's 15th President, Joseph J. Helble '82.
The sign on Lehigh's new Health, Science and Technology building is lit up for the first time. The state-of-the-art research facility is expected to open in January 2022.
Lehigh University beat Lafayette College 17-10 in the 157th meeting of the most played rivalry in college football.
Lehigh University’s annual Founder’s Weekend featured two days packed with activities. On Friday, the inauguration of president Joseph J. Helble ’82 kicked off the events followed by an evening festival. Saturday started with a 5k run with the annual Leadership Recognition Dinner at night.
The weekend was filled with excitement as Lehigh University welcomed more than 1,500 first-year students as they moved into residential halls and attended orientation events. The annual Rally officially recognized the Classes of 2024 and 2025.
Lehigh University's 14th president, John D. Simon '19P, reflects on some memorable moments, his proudest accomplishments, the strength of the Lehigh community and his hopes for the university in the years ahead.
The Rally is a long-standing tradition at Lehigh University. Every year, first-year students are adopted by the alumni who were introduced to Lehigh 50 years prior. The tradition continued this year in historic fashion, as the first ever co-ed class of 1975 adopted the incoming class of 2025. The Class of 2024, who had a virtual adoption last year, was also celebrated.
Seismologist Anne Meltzer talks about the rapid response to the Pedernales Earthquake in Ecuador.
Joseph J. Helble, ’82, will be the 15th president of Lehigh University. Helble previously served as provost at Dartmouth College.
Lehigh marketing manager Dave Pryor shares important tips for getting ready for a bike ride—and changing a flat tire.
Matt Veto, professor of practice of journalism and communications at Lehigh, is allowed to cook only one thing in his house: his Chicago-style deep dish pizza. Veto shares his family’s recipe along with a few tips on media literacy.
Art and science come together in a brain visualization project supported by Lehigh Humanities Lab.
A message to the campus community from Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez: 'Let’s join together, in mutual respect, to keep each other healthy and safe.'