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.
Christopher Liang, professor of counseling psychology, discusses the challenges of learning from home
A conversation between school counselors in India and Dr. Germán Cadenas, faculty at the Lehigh University College of Education
William Gaudelli, dean of the College of Education, discusses the role of the SDGs in addressing global crises
Discover this emerging cross-disciplinary field that combines engineering with economics, health policy and information technology
Lehigh's Center for Career and Professional Development compiles data on post-graduation outcomes for international students.
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
University extends its global reach with new staff, continuing initiatives
Lehigh English professors visit partner Ashoka University to discuss mutual research and potential for student and faculty exchange
The former ambassador to India and Lehigh trustee shared life lessons gleaned from three decades on the world stage.
Students learned about entrepreneurial education and practice in India through the Global Entrepreneurship Internship.
The chance to learn and work in a new environment helps students develop better solutions to research problems.
Group offers access to emergency response services with mesh networking innovation.
As part of its ongoing efforts to grow and expand international opportunities for its faculty and students, Lehigh has established a new partnership with Ashoka University of Haryana, India.
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