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2021 Simon Award Presidential Panel

Lehigh has been recognized by NAFSA: Association of International Education for excellence in campus internationalization, one of eight exemplary U.S. universities and colleges to receive the 2021 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization. NAFSA welcomes international education leaders to join us for a special live-streamed event featuring leaders from Simon Award-winning institutions on November 17 during International Education Week.

Campus Keynote with Dr. Dawn Whitehead and Lunch: Cultivating a Global Civic Mindset

With its deep roots in civic-mindedness, a global civic mindset requires individuals to question their intellectual perspectives and their own identities while also forging a strong commitment to social and civic responsibility at the local, global and international levels. As students develop a global civic mindset, they focus on who they are becoming and how they can practice dispositions and skills in their civic and emerging professional lives. Dr. Dawn Whitehead will explore what makes a global civic mindset and, more important, how universities can provide learning opportunities to cultivate this development. Dr. Whitehead is visiting Lehigh as the Global Citizenship Scholar-in-Residence. Boxed lunches will be available for attendees following her remarks.

Faculty/Staff Workshop with Dr. Dawn Whitehead, Global Citizenship Scholar-in-Residence: Making Global Learning a High-Impact Practice

During this interactive, small-group workshop, Dr. Dawn Whiteheadwill unpack the term “high impact practice,” explore what makes an experience high impact and identify approaches for how to design such experiences. High-impact practices are active learning practices that promote deep learning by promoting student engagement. Education abroad programs are considered among the most effective high-impact practices. Faculty and staff who are interested in developing, are currently teaching, or are leading global programs (in-person or virtual) are encouraged to attend.

Lehigh CSB: Study & Intern in Barcelona Information Session Summer 2022 | Study Abroad

Lehigh Computer Science: Study in Nice welcomes applications from all colleges and majors interested in Computer Science and Business who are interested in learning Spanish culture and business protocol within a Spanish company! Students will need to have previously taken ECO 001 and CSE 017. Students will spend the summer in Barcelona, Spain (no prior language experience needed!) and will take two courses: CSB 314: International Practicum (3) and CSE 252 or EMC 252: Computers, the Internet and Society (3). Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until December 3rd, 2021 and will be reviewed as students complete the registration and submit their deposit. Final acceptance into the program will be determined after a personal interview conducted by Professor Kalafut.

Lehigh Computer Science: Study in Nice Information Session Summer 2022 | Study Abroad

Lehigh Computer Science: Study in Nice welcomes applications from all colleges and majors interested in an immersive cultural experience and the opportunity to satisfy requirements in CSE, CREG, CSB, IDEAS, and IBE! Students will need to have previously taken CSE 017 or CSE 018. Students will spend the summer in Nice (pronounced nēs, like “niece”), France (no prior language experience needed!) and will take two CSE courses: CSE 109: Systems Software (4) and CSE 398: Leveraging Technology (3). The vibrant city is renowned for fantastic climate, fabulous coastline, beautiful architecture and great cuisine! Applications will be accepted until December 3rd, 2021. Applicant interviews will take place on December 6th to December 10th, and students will be notified before January 1st, 2022.

Lehigh In Munich Information Session Winter 2022 | Study Abroad

This traveling seminar on the modern history and architecture of Bavaria is designed to give students a deep insight into the relationship between technology and the historical circumstances that form the built environment in one of the most environmentally progressive regions of the world. Case studies and field trips will offer students the opportunity to study and experience built examples of sustainable design on a theoretical as well as applied level. Integral to the program will be presentations by external experts, site visits, on-site discussions, and independent projects.The course offered: ARCH 159: MODERN HISTORY AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN MUNICH (3 HU credits).

Lehigh In Munich Information Session Winter 2022 | Study Abroad

This traveling seminar on the modern history and architecture of Bavaria is designed to give students a deep insight into the relationship between technology and the historical circumstances that form the built environment in one of the most environmentally progressive regions of the world. Case studies and field trips will offer students the opportunity to study and experience built examples of sustainable design on a theoretical as well as applied level. Integral to the program will be presentations by external experts, site visits, on-site discussions, and independent projects.The course offered: ARCH 159: MODERN HISTORY AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE IN MUNICH (3 HU credits).

Engineers Made in Germany (EMIG) Summer School Information Session 2022

***Approved for 6 credits of ISE and ME electives and 3 credits of MLL 099***Are you an engineering student interested in the German automotive industry? Our international partner institute, Pforzheim University, offers engineering students the opportunity to earn 6 credits of ISE and ME engineering electives through their Engineers Made in Germany (EMIG) Summer School. Participants will engage in both cultural activities and excursions as well as visits to several German companies. Dean Matthias Weyer from Pforzheim will be on campus to meet with interested students and deliver an overview of the program.

Lehigh In Belgium Information Session Summer 2022 | Study Abroad

Earn 6 credits studying abroad for 4 weeks (May 20, 2022 - Friday, June 17, 2022) in Leuven, Belgium, the center of Belgium, on this faculty led summer program. Professor Jim Maskulka, Lehigh Department of Marketing, has designed courses to take advantage of Belgium’s unique and pivotal role in the political, economic, and cultural development of modern Europe. In addition, the proximity to Brussels, the capital of an expanding European Union, enables students to experience first-hand insights from members of the European Parliament as well as the rich artistic offerings of a major international city. Students will be able to register for the following 2 courses: Global Marketing and Special Topics in European Marketing.

Spring 2022 Study Abroad w/ CIEE Information Session

Are you a student in the College of Arts & Sciences or the College of Health considering study abroad for the spring semester 2022? Join the Study Abroad Office and our partner CIEE Study Abroad to learn about in-person study abroad opportunities in the spring to fit your academic needs.

Go Abroad Fair

GO ABROAD FAIR! Learn about Lehigh's many international opportunities, including coursework, internships, research, and service! Visit with Lehigh faculty/staff managing international programs and Lehigh partner programs. https://global.lehigh.edu/

Full Scholarships: Iacocca Global Village Info Session

Iacocca Global Village 2021 Info Sessions Attention All Lehigh Students, Faculty and Staff Learn about full scholarships available for the Iacocca Global Village 2021 Program and how to apply! Tuesday, April 20 & Tuesday, April 27 12:00 PM or 7:00 PM (Each session will last about 15 minutes + time for Q&A) Being part of the Iacocca Global Village is the opportunity of a lifetime! Iacocca Global Village is an intensive leadership experience in which students and professionals from 35+ countries come together to share culture and perspectives, work together on consulting projects with international organizations, and learn what it means to lead in a global context. All Global Villagers become members of an incredible alumni network spanning 140+ countries. Global Village 2021 takes place during a three-week virtual intensive in July 2021, followed by a week-long alumni experience on the Lehigh campus in July of 2022. If accepted, you will also be able to join ongoing (part-time) Global Village virtual programming as early as May 2021. Please let us know you will attend the info session by signing up: https://forms.gle/HUiEQjkHnbaae32VA or contact us at (610) 758-6887 or village@lehigh.edu.

Full Scholarships: Iacocca Global Village Info Session

Iacocca Global Village 2021 Info Sessions Attention All Lehigh Students, Faculty and Staff Learn about full scholarships available for the Iacocca Global Village 2021 Program and how to apply! Tuesday, April 20 & Tuesday, April 27 12:00 PM or 7:00 PM (Each session will last about 15 minutes + time for Q&A) Being part of the Iacocca Global Village is the opportunity of a lifetime! Iacocca Global Village is an intensive leadership experience in which students and professionals from 35+ countries come together to share culture and perspectives, work together on consulting projects with international organizations, and learn what it means to lead in a global context. All Global Villagers become members of an incredible alumni network spanning 140+ countries. Global Village 2021 takes place during a three-week virtual intensive in July 2021, followed by a week-long alumni experience on the Lehigh campus in July of 2022. If accepted, you will also be able to join ongoing (part-time) Global Village virtual programming as early as May 2021. Please let us know you will attend the info session by signing up: https://forms.gle/HUiEQjkHnbaae32VA or contact us at (610) 758-6887 or village@lehigh.edu.