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Lehigh University Visualization Lab virtual reality demonstration

Faculty count on our Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning for teaching partnerships, instructional and technical expertise, and course development strategies. 

Students line up for guidance in writing, research, and communication

The Lehigh community learns about emerging tools, technologies, and teaching techniques through our workshops, consultations, course innovation grants, teacher development programs, and our annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning.

Thought-provoking dialogue and unique experiences happen here. In our Visualization Lab, students can explore Ghana, the Arctic, the Louvre, nanostructures, and the ocean floor,  developing insight and empathy through virtual interactions with places and people across the world. In our Creator Spaces, students and faculty create compelling videos that communicate complex concepts and films that tell compelling stories. In our active learning spaces, classes come alive as students work collaboratively on team projects in flexible environments that foster engaged learning.

Your gift will help us promote a culture of innovation and experimentation in Lehigh’s classrooms by creating an environment where professors and students do remarkable things as they think and learn together. 

To provide your immediate support to GO: The Campaign for Lehigh, please click the Make a Gift button. For more information on how your gift can have a greater impact, please contact Bill Bole, associate vice president for development, at

What will a donation to LTS-Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning make possible?

Innovative Instructional Technologies Fund $100 - $1,000
Teaching Workshops for Faculty and Graduate Students $100 - $5,000 /event
Faculty Fellowships and Course Innovation Grants $500 - $1,000 / faculty fellow
TRAC (Technology, Research, and Communication) Writing Fellows $600 - $2,000 / student fellow
Annual Symposium on Teaching and Learning Sponsor $5,000
Collaborative Active Learning Spaces $10,000 - $25,000 / room
Teacher Development Program for Graduate Students $10,000
Graduate Assistant or Post-doctoral Fellow $40,000
For naming opportunities, contact Bill Bole at, or Greg Reihman (610-758-6840 or