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Hamlet's Supernova: Astronomy and Literature in the Renaissance - Friday 12/5

Speakers include Virginia McSwain, Professor of Physics, speaking on astronomical imagery in Hamlet, and Edward Simon, a doctoral candidate in English, who will provide an overview of early modern

Fulbright scholars at Lehigh

Books and artifacts related to our Fulbright scholars

Lehigh has a long tradition of hosting Fulbright Scholars -- for over ten years, exemplary individuals from all over the world have called Lehigh University home.

How to win a research prize

On October 23, LTS sponsored a 5x10 session, “How to win a research prize.” Professor Keith Schray, Chemistry, moderated the panel discussion of four students who received prizes for their underg

Cake, Books, Tic-tac-toe!

Photograph of the Linderman Library leisure reading area

What do cake, books, and tic-tac-toe have in common?

LU Alerts for weather #WinterIsComing

Linderman Library in the snow

Be the first to know when Lehigh closes for snow!

5x10s for first year students: LTS participates!

Students at 5x10 event

This Fall, LTS offered a number of learning/enrichment seminars to first year students through the Office of the First Year Experience 5x10

New file upload feature available in the Qualtrics survey tool

Great news for Qualtrics survey tool users! A new feature -- the File Upload capability -- is now available!

Friends of the Libraries Event: The Depths of Astonishment: Nineteenth-Century Underground Literature

The Depths of Astonishment: Nineteenth-Century Underground Literature

Wednesday, November 12, 12:10 PM, Scheler Humanities Forum (Room 200) Linderman Library

Friends of the Lehigh Libraries Honor Faculty Authors

Books from featured authors

On Thursday, September 11, 2014, the Friends of the Lehigh University Libraries hosted its third annual “Harvest of Ideas” reception for faculty who had a book published during the previous year.

Open Access Week - Should information be free?

open access logo

Should information be free? Advocates of open access believe that information should be freely available for scholars to use to create new knowledge and to make new discoveries.

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