Daniel Yergin explored the dynamic and unpredictable global energy market during a lecture at Zoellner.
The first American woman to walk in space highlights a panel discussion.
Martin “Marty” Baron ‘76 ‘76G says journalists must take risks to serve public good.
Speaker touts the efficacy of grassroots efforts to alleviate global poverty.
Baker Institute honors students for innovation and imagination.
Lehigh’s Jack Foley reflects on the Boston Marathon bombings and his plans to return to this year’s finish line.
U.S. Rep. Dent accepts a grad student’s invitation to tour a biology lab.
Engineer works at nanoscale for greener chemical separations.
A marketing major creates opportunities on a global scale.
The world-renowned energy authority will discuss “Energy, Globalization and the New Geopolitics.”
A photo exhibit offers inspiration for students’ Mountaintop projects.
The best from Lehigh and Lafayette go head to head in 10-year-old contest.
In simple experiments, a grad student discovers an “emergent phenomenon.”
Prof. Saladin Ambar shares the significance of the activist's remarks.
A Nobel physics laureate outlines the history of the universe.
A graduate student draws lessons from a 14th-century English poem.
Clay Naito’s research may result in better building designs in coastal cities at risk from tsunamis.
The research experience for physics undergrads receives another federal grant renewal.
Grad students give middle-schoolers lessons in biology’s core concepts.
Michael Smerconish '84, new CNN talk show host, energizes students.