A new book follows the fortunes of freed slaves who returned to Ghana from Brazil.
Oxygen helps rare earth element improve optoelectronic devices' performance, researchers say.
Fulbright scholarship recipients studying at Lehigh visited a local high school classroomto talk about their home countries.
Lehigh’s new vice president and vice provost for international affairs, Cheryl Matherly, and President John Simon and Provost Pat Farrell sit down to discuss the importance of international education and Lehigh’s role in the future.
Budi Waluyo, a Ph.D. candidate from Indonesia, has developed a program to help international students qualify for scholarships.
A Colombian alumnus shares lessons from his varied business experiences.
Arup SenGupta is honored by AIChE, U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Lehigh students celebrated UN Day on campus for the third year in a row.
The event was a show of solidarity with victims of recent terrorist attacks around the world.
Matherly will formally take office at Lehigh on March 31.
The Lehigh University-United Nations partnership hosted a panel of professors to discuss the UN’s new Sustainable Development Goals on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Daniel Sursock is not your typical Lehigh student. Though he is an American citizen, he never lived in the United States until he came here for college.
A Fulbright scholar from Bulgaria is at Lehigh learning about different education systems to improve her home country.
Gary Sasso, dean of Lehigh's College of Education, will lead the Office of International Affairs while search concludes.
Senior Naoki Manzano Miura reflects on his time at Lehigh.