First two cluster faculty proposals selected
The programs provide the critical mass needed to influence important new areas of scholarship, teaching and research.
Libyan rebels speak live with Lehigh students
"Necessity required that we fight," a Lehigh graduate student who returned to his native Libya to fight with the rebels told students via Skype.
2011 honorary degree recipients announced
This year's four distinguished recipients "epitomize our aspirations for our graduates," says President Alice P. Gast.
Henry Odi named vice provost for academic diversity
Henry Odi '98G, who brings more than two decades of experience at Lehigh recruiting, retaining and mentoring a more diverse faculty and student body, has been named to the newly created position of vice provost for academic diversity.
International conference focuses on Irish economy
Dartmouth College economist Kenneth R. French '75 gave the keynote speech during the two-day event at Lehigh that drew noted economists to discuss the future of the fallen "Celtic Tiger."