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Winter 2014

Cover of the Winter 2014 issue of the Lehigh Bulletin

The completely redesigned Winter 2014 edition of the Lehigh Bulletin features an update on President Alice P. Gast's recent appointment as President of Imperial College London, a profile of associate professor of English and budding literary star Stephanie Powell Watts, a look at the University's ongoing efforts to foster a more inclusive and welcoming campus environment and more.

Back Issues

President's Letter:

Exploring and Growing, Intellectually and Personally

Editor's Letter:

Time for a Change

Assistant Vice President for Alumni Relations' Letter:

Lehigh Looks Forward

With the official launch of the Mountaintop initiative, Lehigh aims to rethink teaching and learning in the 21st century.

Up on the mountain

With the official launch of the Mountaintop initiative, Lehigh aims to rethink teaching and learning in the 21st century.

Lehigh President Alice Gast will to step down in July 2014, after eight years at Lehigh, to become President of Imperial College London.

‘A Remarkable Leader’ Prepares to Say Good-Bye

Lehigh President Alice Gast will to step down in July 2014, after eight years at Lehigh, to become President of Imperial College London.

Students lead efforts to improve the campus climate by bringing conversations about diversity and inclusion to the forefront.

A Call to Action

Students lead efforts to improve the campus climate by bringing conversations about diversity and inclusion to the forefront.

Stephanie Powell Watts says writing is all about the struggle, and all about the willingness to overcome it. She's done precisely that, and this year earned one of the biggest honors in the literary world.

The Struggle and The Glory

Stephanie Powell Watts says writing is all about the struggle, and all about the willingness to overcome it. She's done precisely that, and this year earned one of the biggest honors in the literary world.

Despite impressive medical advances, cancer continues to frustrate clinicians—and overcome its victims. At Lehigh, a diverse group of researchers are employing varied techniques to try and defeat cancer once and for all.

Attacking from all angles

Despite impressive medical advances, cancer continues to frustrate clinicians—and overcome its victims. At Lehigh, a diverse group of researchers are employing varied techniques to try and defeat cancer once and for all.