Two recent studies shine light on how the federal government and employers, respectively, could improve how they respond to future crises.
Why are women so badly underrepresented in the U.S. patent process, a key measure of innovation? Gauri Subramani’s research helps shed light on what’s going on.
Dean Georgette Chapman Phillips talks about the strides women in the workplace have taken over the years.
Lehigh@NasdaqCenter spoke with student entrepreneurs across the country about their entrepreneurial journeys.
Lehigh@NasdaqCenter conducted a research study on the various factors that contribute to an entrepreneurial mindset.
Some NFTs have fetched jaw-dropping prices recently. Does that mean they're a good investment? Not unless you have expertise or great luck, Andrew Ward cautions.
Research shows that supervisors who expressed care and compassion to employees at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic elicited gratitude beneficial to the employee and organization.
Shareholders clamor for diverse boards. So why aren’t they voting accordingly when the ballots are tallied in director elections?
Nicholas S. Gentile Jr. ’53 says he has always been proud of where he’s from. After attending Lehigh Business, Gentile followed in the footsteps of his immigrant father and became a home builder.
Study after study shows that having women on corporate boards brings a myriad of benefits to firms. So why does progress remain so slow?