As an illustrator, Gabriella Barouch is no stranger to inspiration, innovation or creativity. Originally from Ashkelon, Israel, Barouch is currently in residence at Lehigh as part of the Schusterman Visiting Israeli Artist Program.
In four decades at Lehigh, he was hailed as the world’s "unquestioned leader" on boiling heat transfer.
The life-cycle engineering advocate also named honorary president of international bridge safety groups.
A graduate student connects with her ancestral African home
How a Lehigh professor started the world’s leading organization in the field of tall buildings and their ranking
Hoping to profit from plastic floating on the Pacific, alums get a boost from Chilean government.
Hassina Sherjan, founder of Aid Afghanistan for Education, speaks with Lehigh students about the state of education in that country.
A group of alumni affiliated with the Global Union is supporting Lehigh’s international strategy.
The Brazil Scientific Mobility Program brings students to the United States to study science and engineering.
The Lehigh athletic department and the Office of International Affairs paired up for the first time to organize a study abroad experience specifically for student-athletes.
Four university programs, including Lehigh in Ireland, have helped Aislinn Rowan '14 launch her career in biological research.
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.
Aileen El-Kadi, assistant professor at the University of Texas at El Paso, talks about the implications of U.S.-Mexico border immigration.
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.
Equal rights movements for women may have gained momentum in the past century, but Raquel Evita Saraswati is no stranger to the idea that
Student investigates phase-change memory materials during internship in India.