Stories about College of Health

Student recruiting will begin in Fall 2024 for enrollment in Fall 2025.

A 3,000-year-old flint knifepoint is among the artifacts to be returned to the sovereign, federally recognized Delaware Nation, with whom Lehigh partnered with last year.

Camplain attends Promoting Indigenous Research Leadership Conference, furthering Indigenous studies scholarship at Lehigh and nationally.

Funding supports development of a new digital app and maps to enhance indoor navigation.

Partnerships with public health professionals and organizations have provided critical support for expanding research impact.

Lehigh researchers provide a methodology for predicting wildfires, work to speed up the translation of research into actual use, discover a novel way to capture carbon pollution, and other developments.

Eduardo J. Gómez will study what the U.S. can learn from lesser developed countries that have enshrined access to food as a human right in their constitutions

Funding will support project that aims to provide digital maps to improve accessibility and navigation for persons with disabilities.

The new Accelerating Research Translation (ART) program addresses the gap between academic research and practical solutions for society’s complex problems.

The article is published in the journal Health Economics, Policy and Law.