1: Integrate Academic & Student Life
The Center for Academic Success offered walk-in tutoring for 205 students enrolled in challenging science classes.
Dean of Students staff members mentored first-year students identified by Academic Life and Student Transitions as
needing additional attention.
Efforts to support incoming international students were coordinated with the Office of International Affairs.
Lehigh's Faculty Committee on Student Life (FCSL), an 11-member group that engages faculty as partners in efforts to
improve the quality of student life, developed a core competencies grant program and awarded 15 grants to support
student learning initiatives.
Members of the Counseling Center staff engaged in research with the psychology department and the counseling
psychology program, served as research instructor/ consultant committee members on several honor's theses and
doctoral dissertations, taught two courses, offered programs in peak performance and launched a pre-doctoral
internship training program.
ROTC cadre continued to recruit high quality student leaders, expand Lehigh's national leadership recruiting
base and reward the very best scholar, athlete and leader applicants with four-year National Level Scholarships
worth in excess of $200,000 each.
Dr. Susan Kitei, director of the Health Center, and Dr. Tom Novak, associate director, successfully completed
the first semester of a Vyvanse study on a medication for ADD in college students with Professor George
DuPaul and two graduate students in the College of Education.