The Office of International Affairs, in cooperation with the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, is launching an initiative to support faculty with internationalizing new and existing courses.
As Lehigh expands its efforts to help students from all backgrounds find a place on South Mountain, four Mountain Hawks share in their own words why those efforts matter—to them, to their families and to their future.
U.S. and international high school students learned about entrepreneurship in the heart of it all: San Francisco.
New partnership with the Innova Schools may help transform education in developing countries.
Students learned about entrepreneurial education and practice in India through the Global Entrepreneurship Internship.
Courses in the College of Business look at how the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals can help companies do good, and profit.
The chance to learn and work in a new environment helps students develop better solutions to research problems.
Alumni and students are engaging with the world as they strive to live lives of meaning.
David Morency ’18 will earn a master’s in global affairs in China as part of the program.
During summer 2018, 89 Lehigh students traveled to 46 countries to live and work abroad through the Iacocca International Internship Program. Hear about some of their experiences.
Lloyd Steffen visited Brazil as a Fulbright Specialist and Israel Wachs received his second Fulbright Faculty Research award.
Lehigh’s Global Union hosts an array of events in celebration of the university’s diverse student population.
Lehigh professors react to the U.N.’s latest update on climate change.
Recent trip sees university leadership connect with China-based alumni, explore new initiatives.
The Institute for International Education’s Open Doors 2018 report surveys trends in student mobility nationally and locally.
When the International Labor Organization turns 100 years old on April 11, 2019, it will celebrate by holding conferences worldwide.
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