Faculty & Research

Break Open the Future

Break Open the Future

Learn from engaging teachers, top-notch researchers and thought leaders in business.

Lehigh Business Faculty

An exceptional faculty is at the core of an elite Lehigh Business education. More than outstanding teachers, our faculty are top-notch researchers and acknowledged thought leaders in their fields. Working with students, they conduct ongoing research to advance today’s critical business solutions, blending theory and practice. They are experienced businesspeople from every discipline who enhance their classrooms with real world expertise.

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Faculty Directory

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Faculty Recruitment

Lehigh University is committed to hiring the best business and teaching minds.

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Published Research

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Highly selective industry and business journals publish the research contributions of the Lehigh business faculty. See their research into the complexities of doing business in an ever-changing global economy and meet the authors behind the work.

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Centers

Students and faculty collaborate in research centers that seek innovations and understanding in these areas: financial services, supply chain, real estate, private enterprise, entrepreneurship, business communication and small business development.

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In the News

Samantha Dewalt, managing director of the Lehigh@NasdaqCenter, rings the opening bell of the Nasdaq Market, flanked by Lehigh students.

Lehigh Rings Nasdaq’s Opening Bell, Marks Collaboration with Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center

Students in Lehigh’s summer Startup Academy and Global Entrepreneurial Fellowship internship programs are featured on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square as part of the ceremony. Read more.

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Study: Lead in Water Causes Adverse Fetal Health Outcomes

Researchers from Lehigh and Bentley universities publish the first study that confirms a link between lead in water and adverse fetal health outcomes such as low birth weights and preterm births. Read more.

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