Would you like to spend 3 weeks in Costa Rica earning 3 Lehigh credits next winter break? If so, come to the information session where Professors Morris and Weisman will share information about the experience and courses. You can choose one of two course options: EES 042: The Natural History of Costa Rica (3 cr. Natural Science) or SDEV 122: Sustainable Development – The Costa Rican Experience (3 cr. Social Science). There are no pre-requisites - students from all majors and years are welcome to apply!
Learn more about the Lehigh in Munich faculty led study abroad program where you can earn 3 credits studying abroad in Munich, Germany during Winter Break (January 3-12, 2020). This program is led by Professor Nikolov and will explore the history, culture, and architecture of Munich, a capital and center of the southern state of Germany, Bavaria. Case studies and field trips will offer the opportunity to study and experience built examples of sustainable design on a theoretical and applied level. Integral to the program will be presentations by external experts, site visits, on-site discussions, and independent projects. The students will learn about different building technologies, techniques and materials. Due to the unique location of this session, the students will experience alternative models of urban planning and mixed-use developments as well as various forms of public space, private and public transport, and sustainable planning and design in one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Any Lehigh student can apply!
Come join us for our first Conversation Partner event! You will meet your conversation partner and participate in cross-cultural activities. If you are interested in making new friends, learning a new language, and exchanging cultures, feel free to sign up to be a conversation partner using this link: https://forms.gle/Fag3ATkP5tVPtbT6A
The CIEE Passport Caravan is a one-day, on-campus event sponsored by Lehigh University and the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) as part of the Generation Study Abroad initiative. The goal of the initiative is to make study abroad possible for more U.S. students by breaking down the three major barriers to study abroad: cost, curriculum, and culture. Students interested in receiving a free passport must register for the event with the Study Abroad Office using this link: go.lehigh.edu/passportcaravan
Come learn about Lehigh Study Abroad and Global Experiences. Meet representatives from Lehigh Study Abroad and our partner programs to learn about your study abroad options. Discover programs to suit your area of study. Explore semester and year programs as well as summer and winter programs offered by Lehigh faculty. Find out about scholarships, internships, service learning, and more!
Come learn more about the Global Union, our events this fall, and how to get involved! Join our mission to promote global awareness and cultural understanding within Lehigh community.
Come and learn about upcoming UN trips, Youth Representative positions, internships and UN related research. Open to all majors.
Unleash your creativity and release stress at the first club meeting of International Voices Student Club! We will paint mini canvasses and discuss events for the new year!
Come learn how to build community at Lehigh with a global perspective! This is a great way to find your community on campus and discover the resources that are offered. **This event is mandatory for all first-year international students. Please bring your Draft Book with you!**
Overview of the process to integrate an international experience into their Lehigh education. Learn about the different types of international opportunities and programs available abroad; how to plan your experiences; financing and scholarships available. Following a brief presentation from college-specific study abroad advisors, there will be a panel Q&A session with students that have recently participated in different international programs. Hosted by: NavigateLU Administration Additional Information can be found at: https://lehigh.campuslabs.com/engage/event/4544412
Develop a systematic approach to reading assignments and learn to read more efficiently.
Advancing the Conversation: Networking & Communicating on Campus | International Center for Academic and Professional English
This second interactive workshop in the Campus Communication series will build on our first workshop and provide students with valuable tools for networking on campus, building communicative competence as well as confidence in speaking to peers and to academic advisors. Register in advance
During this first part of the Campus Communication series, students will learn how to become active participants in classroom discussions and will gain a better understanding of expectations for the American University classroom. Please register in advance.
The holiday season can be overwhelming! This workshop provides an overview of the American holiday season. Learn backgrounds, traditions, and even key language associated with popular holidays such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc., and some “unofficial” holidays such as Black Friday. Register in advance
Developing the Dissertation for Multilingual Speakers (Graduate students only) | International Center for Academic and Professional English
This workshop is intended for multilingual writers in any stage of the writing process of their doctoral dissertation. This workshop will provide an overview of the key grammar, vocabulary, and tenses used in the various parts of a dissertation. We will also address strategies for self-editing. Please bring your laptop and writing. In this workshop, ICAPE language specialists will collaborate with current doctoral candidates from various disciplines working on their dissertations. Register in advance
The 20 Most Common Grammatical Errors in English 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Back by popular demand! This workshop offers a comprehensive overview of the 20 most common errors made in English. Strategies for noticing and self-editing of errors will be addressed. The Structure of English: Clauses, and Phrases, and Modifiers, Oh My! 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm This workshop builds on the 20 Most Common Errors, helping participants master more complex sentence structures. Please bring a brown-bag lunch; feel free to bring a draft you are working on. Register in advance