Noah Bookhim ’24 is the latest in a long line of Lehigh students working as UN interns.
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.
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.
Margolis provided the closing remarks at the March meeting of the Human Rights Council.
Sam Bencheghib '19 ran from coast to coast to raise awareness of ocean pollution.
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.
The Lehigh University and United Nations Partnership hosted a faculty teach-in on Sept. 24, where three Lehigh faculty members weighed in on Trump’s address to the UN.
Adama Dieng, the United Nations Secretary-General’s special adviser on the prevention of genocide discussed global issues like human rights abuses, war crimes, human trafficking and genocides.
Brian Letts ’18 is the 44th Lehigh student to intern at the United Nations, but the first one to do so outside of New York. He is working at Sustainable United Nations (SUN) in Geneva, Switzerland.
Sam Bencheghib is passionate about adventure and the environment. The 22-year-old athlete and environmental activist’s voice is enthusiastic and exuberant about his quest to raise awareness about the world’s plastic pollution crisis.
Brian Letts fed his passion for sustainability and environmental stewardship as a graduate student enrolled in Lehigh’s Environmental Policy Design program - and now, he’ll be the first United Nations intern from Lehigh to serve in Geneva, Switzerland.
Nadine Clopton ’19 represented an NGO while studying abroad in Geneva.
Lehigh hosted a conference entitled “An Equitable and Sustainable Future of Work” on April 11 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the International Labor Organization.
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