The Khan Chair is also the co-editor of four books published in 2014.
Sanctions and falling oil prices could erode Putin’s support, says professor.
Maxwell Lay '64 Ph.D., a versatile Australian, is also fascinated with steel-making and highway engineering.
Richard Verma ’90 is top U.S. diplomat in world's largest democracy.
At a roundtable discussion, professors discuss research projects and student opportunities.
A cross-country bike trip clarified an engineer’s aspirations.
Undergraduates present their summer projects at a research symposium.
Author of The Reluctant Fundamentalist and other novels talked about literature and globalization.
Retired UN photographer shares his experiences with students.
Greg Hogdin, founder of Peacebuilding Solutions, discusses ways to improve international aid.
Ovie Ojeni '18 launched the Global Cuisine initiative with Dining Services to bring different cuisines to Lehigh.
A long-standing partnership is revitalized by faculty collaboration.
Ashley Pritchard ’09 is promoting democracy and human rights in Myanmar.
The former chair of the Board of Trustees Subcommittee on Global Affairs talks about why Lehigh is becoming an international university and the future of globalization at the university.
When Carlie Skellington ’16 went to Indonesia through the United States-Indonesia Partnership Program, little did she know she would later be returning to live there for nine months.
The 28th Annual International Bazaar, the biggest cultural celebration organized by and for the students at Lehigh, drew people from across campus.