After volunteering in Ghana’s eye clinics, a graduate student refocuses her future plans.
MIT professor Noam Chomsky discusses “Prospects for Peace in the Middle East.”
The Life After Lehigh event entitled International Opportunities, Careers and Scholarships, provided students with ideas for possible international paths after graduation.
Dick Brandt speaks at Global Entrepreneurship Week at Kent State University.
Syed Sharukh Zafar, a Lehigh graduate student and Karachi native spoke to students, faculty and community members about various facets of India’s neighbor to the east.
Dr. Nwamoh shared her knowledge about globalization and health care in Sub Sahara Africa.
Learning to communicate cross culturally
Session provided a unique window into the cultures of nine international Fulbright students.
Lehigh hosted the first UN briefing outside New York.
Serena (Weijing) Yu ’11 volunteered at the annual Clinton Global Initiative meeting.
Music and the smell of exotic food filled the post-Hurricane Sandy air on Lehigh’s campus during its 10th annual International Week.
The newest recipients of the Faculty Grants for International Connections have begun their funded projects.
A group of students in the Lehigh University’s College of Business and Economics (CBE) took their classroom beyond the streets of campus over winter break and traveled across the world to Shanghai, China.
Two exchange students from Europe share their experiences from a trip to Washington, DC.
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright spoke to a filled Baker Hall.
Sara Castro-Klaren says it is time to make room for new knowledge within history.