Bakshi, former special representative to the US Ambassador to the United Nations, brings art installation to Lehigh.
Students in the International Internship Program spent several weeks this summer helping a rural community in Indonesia.
Lee Iacocca ’45 ’69H answered students' questions via email as they headed abroad through the Iacocca International Internship Program.
Engineers use mathematical models to calculate the probability of the disease’s spread.
Researchers solve a longstanding problem in optical communications.
A Lehigh professor and graduate plan to host an information session for prospective students in Shanghai.
Students and faculty have unique access to one of the world’s most influential organizations.
Lehigh helps theatre troupe create a cross-cultural parable.
In her second book, a scholar seeks to refute the conventional wisdom.
In Rabat’s medina, a student sees the plight of Africa’s hopeful migrants.
Lee Iacocca’s international internships attract $5 million in matching grants.
A new book analyzes the works of five key Latin-American writers.
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.