The sale of items collected through Lehigh’s Move-Out collection drive was one of the most successful in the program’s 15-year history.
Through research in Tanzania, a Lehigh Ph.D. student has learned that cultural understanding is essential to successful treatment.
Inaugural graduates of Lehigh’s new master’s program leave with exciting products and technologies.
The former trustee was devoted to Lehigh and leaves a legacy of dedication and generosity.
Once feared extinct, the Leon Springs Pupfish is bouncing back, thanks in part to the timely intervention of biologist Murray Itzkowitz and his students.
A four-university collaboration finds a new planet 700 light years away.
Electrical, computer engineers display their ingenuity in a yearlong senior projects course.
Faculty, staff and alumni give seven presentations at a national conference on innovation.
The perennially popular event will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, June 1st at the corner of Fourth and Buchanan streets.