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.
A Lehigh-funded project relies on researchers in Ghana, Uganda and Guatemala to lead in the examination of short-term medical missions from the host countries’ perspectives.
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.
The influential business leader and philanthropist was broadly recognized as a symbol of American ingenuity and resilience.
The former ambassador to India and Lehigh trustee shared life lessons gleaned from three decades on the world stage.
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.
Education, labor and industry leaders to converge at Lehigh as part of an around-the-globe centenary celebration of the International Labor Organization, a United Nations agency.
The conference, in partnership with the International Labour Organization, will feature leading economists, scholars and public officials.
The Ambassador’s Distinguished Scholars Program seeks U.S. citizens with terminal degrees to join the faculty of one of four Ethiopian universities for one year.
Lehigh’s Iacocca Institute will host 25 bright, emerging leaders from Sub-Saharan Africa for a six-week summer Leadership in Business Institute, sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
This year, 10 Lehigh students applied to the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, and five are semi-finalists.
Iacocca International Internship Program honored for combining global learning and professional experience.
The Office of International Affairs, in cooperation with the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, is launching an initiative to support faculty with internationalizing new and existing courses.
As Lehigh expands its efforts to help students from all backgrounds find a place on South Mountain, four Mountain Hawks share in their own words why those efforts matter—to them, to their families and to their future.
U.S. and international high school students learned about entrepreneurship in the heart of it all: San Francisco.