When he was putting on his first Boy Scout badges, Dan Coviello ’13 couldn't have imagined that his love for community service would lead him to the United Nations.
Andrew Shaver, a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, presented his recent research about anti-American violence in Iraq.
With Templeton Foundation grant, history professor probes the changing role of the Church of England.
Civil engineers span the Rio Indio to unite two remote Panamanian villages.
New filter is the first to remove both arsenic and fluoride.
Irish author and peacebuilder Tony Macaulay recounted his experience growing up in Northern Ireland during a turbulent time.
The 28th Annual International Bazaar, the biggest cultural celebration organized by and for the students at Lehigh, drew people from across campus.
Monika MacDevette from the UN Environmental Programme discusses lessons learned from the Sustainable Development goals.
The life-cycle engineering advocate also named honorary president of international bridge safety groups.
Lee Iacocca’s international internships attract $5 million in matching grants.
Steven Sametz’s chamber choir headlines a global festival.
Lehigh strives to create connections between international and American students.
Serena (Weijing) Yu ’11 volunteered at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting.
Three student-athletes enjoyed their summer in Paris.
Bakshi, former special representative to the US Ambassador to the United Nations, brings art installation to Lehigh.