Answers to common questions from international students regarding immigration, visas, personal safety and campus climate.
China’s jailed dissidents, says Teng Biao, represent their country’s true future.
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An internship in Uganda gives an IDEAS major the freedom to find her interests.
Temple University began the campaign to help international students feel comfortable studying on U.S. campuses.
Lehigh is exploring ways to bring its expertise in innovation to one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
From ancient clues, Dork Sahagian calculates land elevations as they change over time.
As the Global Village celebrates its 20th year, one of its original designers is back to lead the Institute.
Three Egyptian women are getting their MBAs through a women’s empowerment program funded by the U.S. State Department.
By Josh Finkelstein '17
Regarding the recent executive order on immigration.
A new book argues that successful peacemaking between longstanding adversaries is almost always imposed by governments before it is stabi
Seismologist is honored for leading community-driven and guided Earth science initiatives.
Lehigh Professor Dan Frangopol is connecting researchers around the world to study life-cycle engineering of structural systems.
Each semester, English as a Second Language classes visit Lehigh's art galleries and integrate art into their programs.
As Lehigh looks to build partnerships in India, Shalinee Kishore expands her collaboration with an Indian colleague.