Stories about COVID-19

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.

During the discussion, Provost Nathan Urban announced that a decision on Lehigh’s return to campus plan would be made by Aug. 3.

Provost Urban's message sent to the campus community on July 23.

Lehigh’s SEA-PHAGES lab and other labs began reopening in June to graduate students and research staff, as the state’s stay-at-home orders were eased.

In the face of a global pandemic, a team of Lehigh researchers switches gears to study how individuals perceive, respond to and recover from the impact of COVID-19.

A question and answer with Sirry Alang, an associate professor of sociology and health, medicine and society.

A Q&A with epidemiologist and College of Health faculty member Hyunok Choi.

At a time of remote teaching and learning, Lehigh is pushing forward on efforts to create a next-level experience.

Lehigh’s administrators and faculty strive to maintain the quality and rigor of the Lehigh academic experience.