Solving problems that matter

Lehigh student team secures funding from Canadian government and philanthropic foundations to improve women’s health care in Sierra Leone
An interdisciplinary team of students and faculty from Lehigh University is working to create real change for rural areas of Africa where women’s health issues plague families and communities.

Undergrads' indoor air monitoring concept featured in Lehigh Valley Business

While participating in the Hatchery, a 12-week summer entrepreneurial experience run by Lehigh's Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity & Innovation, Rossin College undergrads Brennetta Thames and Emma Hillman developed CitiSense, a business concept that could lead to better monitoring of indoor air quality—and a viable business.