Stories about LTS

What does generative artificial intelligence mean for higher education? Promising or problematic?

As Zoellner Arts Center Celebrates its 25th anniversary, it collaborates with Lehigh University Libraries to bring the aerial dance company to campus for an outside performance and workshops for school-aged children.

The 14th annual symposium aims to spark conversation around new forms of pedagogy.

An interdisciplinary, multi-institutional collaboration celebrates the renowned late-20th-century writer.

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

How did Lehigh do it? An interview with Greg Reihman, vice provost for Library and Technology Services.

The Lehigh University mobile app helps keep the campus community informed about events, activities and other key information.

Reihman will assume his new role on Jan. 1.

Taggart’s LTS legacy includes major projects that have changed the face of teaching and learning at Lehigh.

A long-term interdisciplinary archival project will make Naylor’s collected papers, on loan from Sacred Heart University, accessible to scholars and fans alike.