Stories about College of Health

A new study explores how individuals coped with stressful life events experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic and which strategies were associated with better quality of life.

Santiago, who spent part of her childhood in South Bethlehem, will discuss the climate crisis and alternatives to the traditional electric system design on April 18.

Lehigh researchers, in partnership with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, will investigate exposure to ethylene oxide and other air toxics.

A number of Lehigh faculty have joined in publishing a study in Healthcare that provides “nuanced insights into individuals’ access to health services during the pandemic.”

Eduardo J. Gómez, professor in Lehigh’s College of Health, joins NPR's Goats and Soda to talk about his latest book, Junk Food Politics

Seven faculty members named to the first cohort of Global Teaching and Learning Fellows.

Michael Gusmano examines the ethics and politics of animal-to-human organ transplants.  

A gift by Linda and D. Brooks Zug ’67 endows College of Health fund. 

The series explores the importance of the role of political science in health.

Students honor REDress Project in effort to inform Lehigh community about international issue.