News and Spotlights

The National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) is has announced that Anna Thomas, a mathematics and computer science dual major, has been selected for its highly competitive Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (SRE) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UT...
The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has just recognized the work of not one, but two, Lehigh faculty members. Patrick Connolly and Roslyn Weiss, both faculty in the department of philosophy, have been awarded Summer Stipend grants from the NEH, marking the first time in 60 years that...
Travis Martinez ’21 is honored for his scenic design work for the Lehigh production of ‘Smart People.’ 
LUAG’s former longtime director, who passed away April 1, is remembered for his passion for the arts and his lifetime of contributions to Lehigh.
Petch Chueluecha ’21 uses his mathematical prowess to score high in the prestigious annual college competition.
Students and professors are creating comics as they deal with the current pandemic.
Current research by mathematician Lei Wu aims to develop novel mathematical methods to quantitatively characterize multi-scale models. 
Art songs involve four elements: composer, poet, singer, and accompanist. Seems elemental, yet it was with some trepidation that Lehigh University music professor and composer Paul Salerni has boldly created a series of concerts featuring art songs.
The student-run newspaper has published its print edition continuously since 1894.
  As an undergraduate psychology major at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., Laura Wolter read papers written by Lucy Napper, an assistant professor in Lehigh’s department of psychology, whose research examines how parents communicate with their college-aged children about alcohol...
Biologist Michael Layden earned an NSF Career Award for his work to identify the mechanism of neurogenesis during development and regeneration in a species of sea anemone capable of regenerating its nerve cells.
The unexpected is often the most exciting aspect of research. Especially for graduate students like Caitlin Hyland.   Hyland, a fifth-year PhD student in cell and molecular biology, is examining the hypothesis of whether mis-regulated cell-to-cell communication leads to human disease. Or,...
This easily observed and annoying phenomenon yields insights into center of mass and impacts. Jerome Licini and a first-year physics student demonstrate the effects of impact.
Professor Xu is one of only 23 early-career chemistry scholars in the U.S. and Canada to receive this prestigious award.
  Ivan Biaggio, professor physics, joined a distinguished group of scientists with his recent election as a fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA).    Biaggio was recognized for his outstanding and sustained contributions to materials development and understanding, for...
The 10-day festival will examine a Bethlehem reimagined after the demise of Bethlehem Steel.
The Washington Post’s executive editor returns to Lehigh to discuss his start in journalism and current challenges to the industry.
In her comic-book paper, Lehigh neuroscientist and artist Ann E. Fink explores the true tale of a psychiatrist and his traumatized patient, and argues that healing trauma entails obligations to society.
At the World Journalism Education Conference in Paris, Lehigh faculty will present on incorporating artificial intelligence (AI) into an unlikely venue: the introductory, first-year mass communications class.
A new poster gallery in Lewis Lab shares research detailed in previous physics colloquia. As students walk to their physics lab or sit along the benches in Lewis Lab, they will find the gray concrete wall in one of the hallways on the second floor has been transformed into a “physics art...