The newest recipients of the Faculty Grants for International Connections have begun their funded projects.
Faculty members from a Chinese university visited Lehigh to learn about engineering, pedagogy and American culture.
Author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist and other novels talked about literature and globalization.
Solid state recycling cuts energy use while yielding improved mechanical properties.
Students in a sustainable development course help a women’s team expand its horizons.
Matherly will formally take office at Lehigh on March 31.
A Lehigh alum from Libya returns to talk about his experiences in the revolution there and his opinion about American intervention in his home country.
Kevin Cassidy, of the UN International Labor Organization, discussed global business trends.
Budi Waluyo, a Ph.D. candidate from Indonesia, has developed a program to help international students qualify for scholarships.
Ginny McSwain discusses her research interests and past projects.
At home and abroad, Dean Donald Hall seeks harmony and tolerance.
National Academy of Engineering cites Ph.D. alumnus for structural testing innovation.
Lehigh Professor Dan Frangopol is connecting researchers around the world to study life-cycle engineering of structural systems.
Four international exchange students studying at Lehigh visited the South Side Bethlehem Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday, March 11, to speak to the children about their part of the world.
The mobile business and leadership program will visit one of the world’s great emerging markets in October.
The new structure follows trends in international education.