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.
Munya Chiura ’97 returns to Lehigh to speak to international students from his own perspective.
Arianna Pineiro ’20 got to follow her dreams of traveling to Paris with a little help from Lehigh’s travel grant fund.
Language Specialists Teresa Cusumano and Elena Reiss on how they use virtual reality in the classroom.
William Vu ’19 left his home in Hanoi, Vietnam to pursue his undergraduate studies at Lehigh. Now he is working on a master’s degree at Oxford University.
Jessica Condolo Hubsch '18G is a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant.
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.
The Council on International Educational Exchange funded passports for 100 Lehigh students, reducing barriers to study abroad.
University extends its global reach with new staff, continuing initiatives
Rodríguez will lead an interdisciplinary certificate program for undergraduates and explore opportunities for new global partnerships.