Stories about College of Arts and Sciences

Anzellini bone lab test tubes

Bone Research Studies Romanian Social Structure, Health in Aging

Bioarchaeologist Armando Anzellini’s work includes using Raman spectroscopy and isotope ratio analysis to study human remains.

Layden Labs

Simple Anemones, Complex Science: View Photos From Inside the Layden Lab

Michael Layden, associate professor of biological sciences, leads a team of researchers studying the neural development of the Starlet Sea Anemone.

Kathy Olson with Ken Jennings

Lehigh Journalism Professor Kathy Olson Appears on ‘Jeopardy!’

Olson achieves dream of being a contestant on long-running game show.

underwater robot

Scientists Find Five New Hydrothermal Vents in Pacific Ocean

Jill McDermott, director of the Lehigh Oceans Research Center, leads team.

solar panels

Lehigh Physicists Pioneer Quantum Material for Solar Efficiency Breakthrough

Physics Professor Chinedu Ekuma and doctoral student Srihari Kastuar published their research in the journal Science Advances.

Anna Sullivan and Randi Conroy with PDI students on Field Day

Lehigh Students Win 2024 Davis Projects for Peace Award

The team aims to fight malnutrition in Bududa, Uganda, through a sustainable poultry program and education campaign.

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College of Arts and Sciences Initiative Aims to Help Small Cities

The college launches the Small Cities Lab to provide an interdisciplinary research approach to finding solutions to the problems facing small cities.

man intervenes in protest between two people from opposing sides

New Study on Psychology of Blame Points to Promising Strategies for Reducing Animosity in Political Divides

The study by Psychology Professor Michael Gill and Raihan Alam ’23 shows partisan animosity can be reduced by a historicist thinking intervention.

Eugene Vivino ’16 holds a Lehigh sign at the Arctic

A Trip to the Arctic

Eugene Vivino '16 helps manage the cyber infrastructure for research vessels around the world.

Sean Carberry

‘Passport Stamps’: Lehigh Grad and Former War Correspondent Recounts his Experience

Sean Carberry ’91 writes about his time overseas in his new book, “Passport Stamps: Searching the World for a War to Call Home.”