T network of over 500 institutions worldwide works to protect threatened scholars and promote academic freedom.
Lehigh has had a student exchange relationship with Dortmund since 1999 and is now launching a staff development program.
New agreement, signed Dec. 17, will facilitate academic and student exchanges.
Gebeyehu wants to help developing countries reach space, in a sustainable way.
More than 1,800 people will participate in the Massive Open Online Course offered by the United Nations Development Programme is offering the through its Learning for Nature program.
Shogher Mikayelyan's Lehigh connection provides support for her work mentoring girls in Armenia.
Nied, professor of mechanical engineering, is the 15th Lehigh professor in a row to win the prestigious award.
Kadia Nichelle Hylton-Fraser, third-year doctoral student in Lehigh's Educational Leadership program was selected as the Jackson Scholar for 2020-2022 by the University Council for Educational Administration.
Hailing from Pakistan, Abdul Moiz Gul graduated from Lehigh in the spring of 2020 and then stayed at the university to pursue his master’s degree in mechanical engineering as a Presidential Scholar.
Pumpkin, turnip, pepper or pineapple, whether you’re in Bethlehem or learning remotely, we want to see your best produce-carving skills.
This fall, four students from India joined the Class of 2024 and 49 enrolled in graduate programs.
Ramesh Ananthakrishnan’s gift will support experiential learning and scholarships for international students.
New donor fund will help Ph.D. students from India meet incidental expenses so they can focus on their studies.
With his wedding cancelled, Aula Al Balad was able to invite his Lehigh mentor to his wedding.
Lehigh develops creative approach to COVID-19-related problem.
Lehigh's United Nations Partnership and the International Labour Organization hosted a discussion about the impact of the pandemic on current and future labor markets.
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