The Thai Student Association and Southeast Asia at Lehigh present Thai Culture Night.
International students and scholars had a chance to learn about America's most popular sport.
Andrew Shaver, a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, presented his recent research about anti-American violence in Iraq.
Kevin Cassidy, of the UN International Labor Organization, discussed global business trends.
Three student groups celebrated Indian culture with traditional dances for Navratri.
All-American lacrosse player Tripp Telesco made time in his busy schedule to study abroad in Rome.
Hnin Su Mon is getting a master's degree in sociology through a Fulbright scholarship.
The month-long program combines classes in business and the arts in the heart of the European Union.
The latest Gender in a Global Context Discussion focused on young women living in poverty around the world.
Ashley Weakland Hirsh '05, senior manager at Twitter, discusses how the social media outlet is used around the world.
Lehigh's Office of International Affairs is in ongoing contact with all Lehigh-sanctioned travel programs organized through our office.
More than 200 faculty, staff and students attended the UN's annual conference of non-governmental organizations.
Three student-athletes enjoyed their summer in Paris.
Faculty members from a Chinese university visited Lehigh to learn about engineering, pedagogy and American culture.
The ESL International Peace Garden teaches students about sustainability as they improve their English language skills.