With Templeton Foundation grant, history professor probes the changing role of the Church of England.
Dena Davis explores the ethical implications of direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
The concrete-filled girder maintains the strength and safety of a conventional steel girder bridge.
In more than 70 years of active service as a teacher and researcher, he was a mentor to three generations of Lehigh students.
Chemists fashion a “molecular umbrella” to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and treat brain diseases.
Vera Stegmann’s interest in expatriate writers leads her to Turkish-German authors.
The first holder of Lehigh’s Fazlur Khan Chair is also named an honorary professor at Hong Kong PolyU.
The engineering professor is cited for his entrepreneurial efforts to combat groundwater combination.
Stephen Pessiki describes improvements in seismic design based on research at Lehigh.
Engineers achieve a breakthrough in their work with a critical ratio.