Throughout this celebratory year, Lehigh University recognizes the contributions and accomplishments of its female faculty, students, and graduates. As the university community celebrates the transformational decision made in 1971 to enroll women into undergraduate programs, it also acknowledges the contributions and accomplishments of Lehigh women today and highlights a handful of the many who will have an impact on the world.
Studies the role of founder worship rituals in the preservation and manipulation of social memory.
Examines the idea of arrogance in her current book project, Arrogance: The Deadliest Sin.
Interested in the ways texts from the 13th-15th centuries represent and define sexual violence.
Studies 20th century writers and examines their depictions of waste in fiction.
Leading a Lehigh effort to help a small rural community ensure a clean, reliable supply of water.
For artists like Kashi Johnson, Hip Hop theatre provides opportunities to discover new voices.
Began a study of conceptualism in Russia and its place in modernism and postmodernism.
Finds that tips are a weak signal of quality and not an effective monitoring mechanism.
Researches copyright law and the issues surrounding the fair use doctrine.
Covers themes of family, religion, and the South for her short stories and nonfiction essays.
Has immersed herself in virtual 3-D Jewish neighborhoods and befriended members.