The ESL International Peace Garden teaches students about sustainability as they improve their English language skills.
Three student-athletes spent a month in Belgium this summer.
Three Lehigh University professors spent three days in Indonesia meeting with colleagues to develop new bi-national research partnerships and explore potential areas of collaboration.
The sand painting in the Linderman Library rotunda was a prayer for peace, compassion and healing.
The College of Arts and Sciences has created a new associate dean position to promote work between disciplines and around the world.
Mittu Chandilya ’02 is the CEO of AirAsia India, a new—and growing—budget airline.
Sheilla Rukundo ’17 hopes to bring her engineering skills back to Rwanda to rebuild her home country, which is still recovering from the civil war.
Seniors in the Global Citizenship Program compared approaches to water privatization in Bolivia and Allentown.
Irish author and peacebuilder Tony Macaulay recounted his experience growing up in Northern Ireland during a turbulent time.
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.
A student entrepreneur runs the gamut from business in Shanghai to sustainable development in Kenya.
Lehigh students got a first-person look at the history, economy, politics and culture of Cuba this winter.
Well-versed in anthropology and linguistics, an arts and engineering major lands an NIH fellowship.
Lehigh duo wins best paper award at international education conference.
The new composition honors an alumnus who helped raise Lehigh’s global profile.
One of Lehigh’s newest student organizations is making an impact on the world beyond Lehigh.