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Profiled Programs

Bioscience
Bioscience
Bioscience is one of only 37 nationwide to receive the coveted Howard Hughes Medical Institute grant.
Africana Studies
Africana Studies
Africana Studies has expanded to 35 courses, and reached 563 students last year. The program was just awarded a prestigious NEH challenge grant.
Global Studies
Global Studies
Global Studies majors have more than doubled in four years.
 

Alumni & Student Stories

Actor, singer, composer Gelsey Bell ’04 pushes artistic boundaries with her multi-dimensional career, which now inculdes a role in an acclaimed Broadway musical...

Dual theatre and political science major Kalyani Singh '18 prepares for a future of theatre and social justice, looking to combine her passions to effect social change.

Carrie Rich ‘07 is co-founder and CEO of the Global Good Fund, which has supported 38 social entrepreneurs and indirectly created 100,000 jobs around the world.

Jenna Pastorini ’17 is (cognitive science) helping people in Cambodia suffering from mental health issues and PTSD caused by years of trauma under the Khmer Rouge.

 

Dialogue Towards Understanding

 
Malcolm X: 50 Years Later
Malcolm X: 50 Years Later
The life and legacy of Malcolm X takes center stage when CAS, with Lehigh's Africana Studies program, hosts a conference.
Workshop on Syria
Workshop on Syria
A series of panels discuss the global and regional implications of the Syrian Crisis both here and abroad.
Feminism Beyond Secular
Feminism Beyond Secular
The Feminisms Beyond the Secular conference explored the post-secular turn in feminist thought: The need for revitalized feminist accounts the relationship between women and religion.

Faculty Stories

As head of Lehigh University Art Galleries, Ricardo Viera has assembled a world-class art collection that provides students with hands-on experiences found nowhere else.

EES faculty member Jill McDermott embarks on a voyage of discovery at the Earth's deepest depths.

How do we recover from great loss? Stephanie Powell Watts re-envisions The Great Gatsby in her new novel.

Biologist Vassie Ware's explorations of the inner workings of ribosomes leads toward new understandings of how proteins form.