Answers to common questions from international students regarding immigration, visas, personal safety and campus climate.
Amanda Stratton '18 is doing an Iacocca Internship in Dublin, Ireland, with Move4Parkinson's, an organization that cares deeply about improving the quality of life for people with Parkinson's.
An engineering group combines Newton’s method with POPS.
Corina Fitzgerald ’17 explores a Chinese Nobel laureate’s strong women characters.
Lehigh hosts a conference to promote studying abroad.
A group of bright, emerging young leaders from across sub-Saharan Africa will arrive at Lehigh’s campus on June 18 to spend six weeks building their leadership and entrepreneurship capabilities and networks with the Iacocca Institute.
A “Thank a Donor Dinner” opens a succession of doors for an engineer-musician.
Lehigh’s Engineers Without Borders collaborate with the village of Cebadilla.
It’s a season of high profile international awards for Lehigh University.
Ongoing conflict with Azerbaijan, says Arman Grigoryan, has left Armenia with a “democratic deficit.”
South Korean ambassador says Pyongyang has violated every agreement it signed.
The U.S. and India, says former ambassador Richard Verma ’90, are forging a special relationship.
China’s jailed dissidents, says Teng Biao, represent their country’s true future.
An internship in Uganda gives an IDEAS major the freedom to find her interests.
From ancient clues, Dork Sahagian calculates land elevations as they change over time.
Successful peacemaking between longstanding adversaries, a new book argues, is almost always imposed by states from the top down and then