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New study co-authored by associate professor of management suggests that workplace technologies may be hurting the very employees those technologies were designed to help. 

Currently associate dean of advancement at the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business, Buck will arrive at Lehigh on Aug. 31.

Lehigh's Summer Scholars Institute gives incoming first-year students a grounding in the academic experience--and prepares them for a life of leadership, too.

A new book explores the growth of lobbying in the nation’s capital.

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After-hours email expectations hurt employee well-being

New study co-authored by associate professor of management suggests that workplace technologies may be hurting the very employees those technologies were designed to help. 

In this illustration of a terahertz plasmonic laser, the laser cavity is enclosed between two metal films (with periodic slits on the top film). The colors represent coherent SPP light waves. One wave is confined inside the 10-micron-thick cavity. The oth
RESEARCH

A sharper focus for plasmonic lasers

Researchers use a periodic cavity structure to channel light more intensely.

The state capitol building in Montgomery, Alabama. The state’s governor, Robert J. Bentley, turned down an expansion of federal Medicaid funding provided by the Affordable Care Act. (Photo courtesy of iStock/mj0007)
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The governors and the feds

A new book explores the growth of lobbying in the nation’s capital.

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