Lehigh's Center for Career and Professional Development compiles data on post-graduation outcomes for international students.
From mask donations to Takeout Treats, the Lehigh community is responding to crisis by supporting one another.
By drawing her life as one of the few Lehigh students still on campus, Winnie Gu ’19, ’21G is fostering community … and hope.
Rhodes Pakistan finalist Maryam Khan ’19 ’20G doesn’t shy away from a big challenge.
Karen Rodríguez, Lehigh’s director of global citizenship, writes about how she is trying to help students process study abroad experiences that ended abruptly.
Davis has been named one of this year’s Roving Fulbright Scholars. She’ll be working with secondary students - ages 14 to 16 - and examining Norway’s civic education and civic engagement.
Sam Bencheghib '19 ran from coast to coast to raise awareness of ocean pollution.
Kevin Cassidy, Director and Representative to the Bretton Woods and Multilateral Organizations for the International Labour Organization Office for the United States, shares his thoughts on the value of partnering with universities like Lehigh.
The university senior leadership and medical professionals in the Health and Wellness Center continue to monitor the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak and to provide updates.
Lehigh University is proud to announce its selection as an Institute Partner for the 2020 Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders.
The university has now received the prestigious award in two consecutive years.
For more than a decade, Lehigh University students have served as volunteers and official rapporteurs for the annual Committee on Teaching about the United Nations (CTAUN) conference, held at UN headquarters in New York City.
Lehigh University students will present a Parallel Session at the annual United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) in March.
Water tech expert returns to India to explore opportunities to deploy HIX-Nano to mitigate drinking water crisis in affected communities and improve wastewater recovery, reuse
The program provides an immersive, inquiry-based first semester in the American West or Ecuador.
The Passport to Success program helped Jenny Lin ’21 study abroad.
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