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Wednesday, March 20

Because boys are socialized not to cry or talk about their feelings, they may express their pain outwardly in ways that are destructive to themselves and others, said Christopher Liang, head of the... Read more »

Thursday, March 14

You’ve spent years reading storybooks, store signs, and cereal boxes to your child. But now that she’s learning to read out loud by herself, story time might feel like new territory. When your growing reader furrows her brow with every word and stumbles through most sentences, there are certain steps you can take to set her up for lifelong... Read more »

Friday, March 8

The College of Education hosted a “crucial conversation” with the community Tuesday on a troubling and challenging issue in education—gun violence in schools.

Two Lehigh alumni, Bethlehem Area School Superintendent Joseph Roy ’09 Ph.D. and psychologist and author ... Read more »

Friday, March 8

A substantial percentage of students with ADHD symptoms severe enough to affect them both academically and socially are not getting any support in school for the disorder, says a new study based on the experiences of nearly 2,500 children and youth. 

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that a little over 9 percent of... Read more »

Wednesday, February 27

Carolina Hernandez is the director of Lehigh's Community Service Office and co-chair of the university's Council for Equity and Community. Hernandez was appointed to Lehigh to expand the community service component. She has involved 2,500 volunteers each year and devotes 50,000 hours of service to the community during the academic year. Due to... Read more »