First-year students get warm welcome
Members of the Class of 2018 were greeted by a small volunteer army of staff, faculty, fellow students—and a new president.
For a career dedicated to research and teaching innovation, the highest honor
Lehigh University chemist Natalie Foster named fellow of the American Chemical Society
Rivalry weekend event registration to open Sept. 2
Earth, Wind, and Fire to rock 'Brown & White Night' during Rivalry 150 weekend
The economist and the crowdfunded army
A professor lends his research and expertise to his native Ukraine.
From 3D printing to a Mars repair job
Governor’s School offers lessons in technology and teamwork.
In memoriam: Prof. Le-Wu Lu, civil engineer
The former department chair taught Chinese fiction courses in retirement.
Iraq’s economic winners and losers
A Lehigh economist highlights the often-overlooked economic impact of Iraq’s civil war.
Looking back on Rivalry 100
The 100th edition of Lehigh-Lafayette lacked resolution but not drama.
Lehigh launches new open-source library environment
Librarians across the nation combine on building next-generation library for colleges and universities.
Foiling bugs that foil drugs
An organic chemist builds tools to help the immune system fight bacterial infections.
A Pulitzer Prize winner offers insights into 'transcendent black America.'