Nandini Deo frames the results of history’s largest election.
Seniors compare water privatization initiatives in Allentown and Cochabamba.
A student entrepreneur runs the gamut from business in Shanghai to sustainable development in Kenya.
Lehigh duo wins best paper award at international education conference.
The new composition honors an alumnus who helped raise Lehigh’s global profile.
In four decades at Lehigh, he was hailed as the world’s "unquestioned leader" on boiling heat transfer.
Kwame Essien, assistant professor of history and Africana studies, led interns to Ghana to apply sustainable development principles to a common problem.
Read about the life-changing experiences of five students from the summer 2014 internship program.
Gena Levengood ’13 had never been out of the country before she landed in a country where she didn’t know the culture or the language, ready to work.
The United Nations' Youth Envoy visited Lehigh to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the LU/UN Partnership
The Thai Student Association and Southeast Asia at Lehigh present Thai Culture Night.
International students and scholars had a chance to learn about America's most popular sport.
Andrew Shaver, a Ph.D. candidate at Princeton University, presented his recent research about anti-American violence in Iraq.
Kevin Cassidy, of the UN International Labor Organization, discussed global business trends.
Three student groups celebrated Indian culture with traditional dances for Navratri.
All-American lacrosse player Tripp Telesco made time in his busy schedule to study abroad in Rome.