Scholarship recognizes 50 Years of coeducation.
The Office of International Affairs recognizes 10 women as part of the campus-wide Soaring Together celebration.
The 7th annual gala concert features a choir of all women from across campus.
“LEAD” will help student-athletes get a head start on developing key leadership skills while at Lehigh, prior to embarking on their careers.
The Lehigh alum draws on her experiences in the classroom, as an athlete and as a graduate assistant.
A special issue of the Rossin College’s research magazine, Resolve, highlights pioneering faculty and a new generation of Lehigh women excelling in engineering research and scholarship.
The College of Business celebrates 50 years of coeducation in Fall 2021 magazine issue.
Lehigh University received a $204,000 grant that will be used to engage more undergraduate women in engineering research over the next several years.
The initiative aims to help all Lehigh women reach their full potential while honoring the transformative impact they have had on the university, in their careers and in their communities.
One of 169 women who were part of Lehigh’s first coed class 50 years ago, Karen L. Stuckey ’75 later was a trustee and the first woman president of the Lehigh University Alumni Association Board of Directors.