The six professors represent a wide range of academic disciplines and levels of experience.
More than 2,400 young leaders have completed the immersive, intercultural learning experience since 1997.
Claudia Tobar, chief innovation officer and professor at Universidad San Francisco de Quito in Ecuador, will present the workshop on September 21.
As senior advisor, recruiting strategy and partnerships for India, her goal is to increase Lehigh’s presence in the country.
After international experiences on four continents, some virtual and some in person, Marissa Hastings ’22 is ready to work toward women’s equality.
More than 40 students will now pursue further educational opportunities such as study abroad, foreign language study, academic research and graduate study.
The Office of International Affairs recognizes 10 women as part of the campus-wide Soaring Together celebration.
Emma Closter ’24 is the first United Nations Partnership representative from the College of Health.
Matherly arrived at Lehigh in 2016.
The new partnerships expand the university's presence in India.
The award distinguishes overall excellence in integrating international education throughout all facets of university and college campuses.
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.
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.
Students who may not be able to travel to the U.S. right now can enroll at a university closer to home … for Lehigh credit.
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