As the Director of Young Alumni Philanthropy, I’m often asked what (or rather who) is considered a young alum. While I’m inclined to say that “young” is really more of a state of mind, the real answer is alumni who have graduated within the past 20 years. So basically after your 20th reunion we kick … Continue reading You Might be a Young Alum If…
Can you believe it’s only 50 days until the 150th Lehigh/Lafayette Game in Yankee Stadium!? I’m back with another list of ways to celebrate & get ready for the big event. And, just as before, the list isn’t 150, or even 50 items long, but I encourage you to comment with your own suggestions – maybe … Continue reading More Ways to Celebrate the 150th!
It’s Fall, the season of apple picking, pumpkin spice lattes, and of course…college searches and applications. Being so far removed from this process, one might think it’s a distant memory. Yet I still remember starting my college search as a high school junior. Before having casually browsed through the U.S. News & World Report college … Continue reading I Went to the Nation’s 40th Best College – and So Did You
On Saturday, August 23rd, alumni volunteer leaders came together to participate in the 3rd annual Volunteer Leadership Forum. The event, held at Zoellner Arts Center for the first time, was an opportunity to hear from campus leaders, interact with current students, learn about the volunteer programs offered through Lehigh, and build important volunteer and professional … Continue reading Volunteers gather on South Mountain
Bryan Stear grew up in Erie, PA and graduated Lehigh University in 2003 with double degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Astrophysics. His work on building next generation satellites and working in the space field has truly earned him the term Rocket Scientist, which his friends routinely call him when explaining what he does. Bryan currently … Continue reading Better Shooting Through Science: A Lehigh Astrophysicist’s Quest to Build a Better Range
Submitted by Richard Gilbert ’54 Milton Caleb Stuart was Chairman Emeritus of the Mechanical Engineering Department. He was a recognized authority in his field, having authored textbooks on thermodynamics and steam power plants. Silver-haired, he always wore a suit and tie. He liked his students, and the feeling was pretty much mutual. I liked his … Continue reading Alum, Class of ’54, Remembers an Influential Professor
Today marks 150 Days until the 150th Playing of Lehigh/Lafayette at Yankee Stadium! Time to start the countdown! In honor of this auspicious day, I’ve compiled a list of 150 10 ways that you can celebrate – or begin to celebrate – college football’s most played rivalry! So without further ado, Get out that old silver goblet, … Continue reading 150 Ways to Celebrate the 150th!