Funded by the U.S. Department of State, the FAIT Fellowship helps individuals pursue a career in the Foreign Service by providing funding for study in information technology.
More than 40 students will now pursue further educational opportunities such as study abroad, foreign language study, academic research and graduate study.
Tracy Davis ’20G, a graduate of Lehigh’s College of Education, has discovered new aspects of Norwegian culture in her time as a Roving Fulbright Scholar in Norway.
Peracchio is the second Lehigh student to receive the highly competitive scholarship for graduate study in China.
Nied, professor of mechanical engineering, is the 15th Lehigh professor in a row to win the prestigious award.
Kadia Nichelle Hylton-Fraser, third-year doctoral student in Lehigh's Educational Leadership program was selected as the Jackson Scholar for 2020-2022 by the University Council for Educational Administration.
Diana Rivas Garcia ‘19 will teach English and conduct a research project in Mexico.
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.
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
Jessica Condolo Hubsch '18G is a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
This year, 10 Lehigh students applied to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, and five are semi-finalists.
Lloyd Steffen visited Brazil as a Fulbright Specialist and Israel Wachs received his second Fulbright Faculty Research award.
The awards, including a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, represent national recognition of Lehigh students’ abilities.