The Institute for International Education’s Open Doors 2018 report surveys trends in student mobility nationally and locally.
When the International Labor Organization turns 100 years old on April 11, 2019, it will celebrate by holding conferences worldwide.
Learn about two residential summer programs from international and U.S. high school students on the campus of Lehigh University, one of the United States’ premier research universities.
Olivia Barz '19 participates in multiple environmental and sustainable initiatives at Lehigh.
Events every day from November 9 to November 18 highlight our vibrant international community.
Fulbright scholar Sayed Kalimullah Abed plans to use his College of Education training to improve special education in his home country.
Olivia Barz ’19 participates in multiple environmental and sustainable initiatives at Lehigh.
Katy Rene, assistant director of Lehigh's Study Abroad Office, shares tips for choosing a study abroad program to help you get a job after graduation.
Lehigh research pair were awarded an NIH grant to assess the spread of disease.
Lehigh alumna is an intern at the United Nations headquarters in New York, working with the Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth.
The Office of International Affairs has received platinum certification from Lehigh's Sustainable Office Program.
College of Education faculty will help train teachers for education network in Peru.
The strong enthusiasm is evident in level of interest on the part of incoming students and upper-class mentors.
USCIS reminds F-1 students on Optional Practical Training (OPT) that transferring to another school or beginning study at another educational level automatically terminates their OPT as well as their corresponding employment authorization document (EAD).
Mohamed El-Aasser led the department from 2009 to 2015.
The awards, including a prestigious Marshall Scholarship, represent national recognition of Lehigh students’ abilities.