International Relations Professor Dinissa Duvanova was selected to receive the prestigious Fulbright Scholarship for the 2017-2018 school year. The Fulbright Program is a government-sponsored grant that provides funding for graduating students and professors to research abroad.
Senior Toni Isreal, who triple majoring in International Relations and Modern Languages, Africana Studies, and Global Studies, was one of 100 students to receive the Boren Scholarship. The Boren Scholarship awards $20,000 to study a language in a country that is critical to US national security.
On Friday, October 21, the students of IR 97 the United Nations and staff from the Lehigh University-United Nations Partnership will be visiting the New York offices of the UN. After learning about the structure and functions of the Organization this semester, the class will take a tour of the UN and meet with one of its diplomatic missions to discuss policy and current events. Through first-hand experience, students will develop a deeper understanding of the UN context and the role of the Organization in international social and political outcomes.
Kevin Narizny discusses "The Political Economy of Democracy Promotion," at the annual conference of the American Political Science Association in Philadelphia, PA.
(Sept 3, 2016).
Students joined a panel of Lehigh professors, including the IR department's Dinissa Duvanova and Arman Grigoryan, for an academic discussion about the presidential candidates. The panel was followed by a viewing of the historic first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Drumpf. To read more about this event, please refer to the Brown and White.
Dr. Norrin M. Ripsman, Monroe J. Rathbone Distinguished Professor in the Internation Relations department at Lehigh University, is a featured speaker in the 2016-2017 speaker series for the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics at the University of Pennsylvania.
Dr. Yinan He recently gave a talk entitled " China's National Identity Discourse and Foreign Policy" at the Center for Contemporary China at the University of Pennsylvania.