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Lehigh University, 11 other colleges and universities, and the Institute of International Education are joining to promote academic exchange between the United States and Indonesia.
Six student-athletes spent Spring Break abroad, learning about leadership and doing community service.
Equal rights movements for women may have gained momentum in the past century, but Raquel Evita Saraswati is no stranger to the idea that women still have the short end of the stick in many respects.
Learn more about Lehigh's efforts to become a truly global university, from academic programs, to faculty research, to the student experience.
Christina Stegura’s experience in Lehigh’s Global Citizenship Program led her to join the Peace Corps.
Lehigh Professor Dan Frangopol is connecting researchers around the world to study life-cycle engineering of structural systems.
Lehigh professor Edurne Portela is studying how Basque society has learned to ignore violence.
Students who are preparing to study abroad met with international students from their destination countries to compare notes about cultures.
Lehigh’s newest international partner offers more opportunities for research collaboration and faculty and student exchange.
One student’s study abroad trip to Argentina leads to a new understanding of people who live in the slums of Buenos Aires.
Many international graduate students bring their families with them when they come to Lehigh. The International Spouses Support Network gives these partners a community of their own.
Robert Kahn, one of the co-founders of the Internet, tells students how he ignored the doubts of his superiors to help develop the revolutionary computer network.
History reflects the experience of those who record it, says lecturer.
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The Taste of Thai Dessert, Global Union’s International Week.