Lehigh develops creative approach to COVID-19-related problem.
A multidisciplinary research project led by College of Health faculty member Fathima Wakeel seeks to determine the physical and mental health impacts of the pandemic.
Lehigh’s Library and Technology Services (LTS) and its Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL) were thrust center stage.
While the COVID-19 pandemic sent almost all of Lehigh’s faculty, students and staff home in early March, a small number of Lehigh’s essential workers remained on campus to provide support for students, manage university operations and keep campus safe. Here, we share some of their stories.
The strength, ingenuity and resilience of the Lehigh community have been tested—and will continue to be tested—like never before.
Lehigh students quickly transitioned to online learning, but many longed to be back on campus.
Faculty, students, staff and alumni looked for ways to help their communities.
Move-In has a different feel, as will many of Lehigh’s treasured traditions in Fall 2020.
Kathryn Kundrod and her fellow researchers aim for a test that can be used in a limited-resource setting.
President John Simon noted that Lehigh has made significant investments in remote teaching and learning to ensure a rigorous academic experience.