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.
The mobile business and leadership program will visit one of the world’s great emerging markets in October.
Jonathan Jean-Pierre ’15 found his voice through international travel, becoming a global researcher and advocate for diversity and inclusion.
It is difficult to leave your family and go to school in a different country.
To help foster conversation between students from all around the world, the Office of International Affairs hosts various events.
President Obama nominates longtime national security expert Richard Verma ’90.
Bill Warfield forms a new “Core-tet” with a little help from friends.
Civil engineers span the Rio Indio to unite two remote Panamanian villages.
At home and abroad, Dean Donald Hall seeks harmony and tolerance.
Scientists seek to use recycled carbon dioxide to boost geothermal power production.
Henri Barkey discusses Iraq, Syria, Turkey and the Kurds.
A professor lends his research and expertise to his native Ukraine.
At Global Village, 88 students from 50 countries see the world in each other.