Year of Connections is an initiative from Office of International Affairs, in collaboration with other university groups, to use our current situation as a context for examining the importance of international interconnectedness.
Right now, we have students learning around the world. There is no single Lehigh campus. How can we remain connected to each other and to the university? How can we move beyond the work that needs to get done and deepen our understanding of one another? How might we find value in this strange moment?
Year of Connections Events
October 23-30, 2020
Celebrating the university’s diverse international character with nearly 20 events from the Global Union, together with the Office of International Affairs and departments and student clubs.
In partnership with Lehigh After Dark
Submissions due October 28, winners announced October 30.
December 10 and 11
Lehigh University’s first global citizenship education conference will examine ways to connect students to the larger world even as – especially as – many of us shelter at home with still-closed borders.