Members present findings from their yearlong study on Dec. 12
The Technology Clinic will present its findings from its yearlong study on environmentally-friendly alternatives for the College’s current practices 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12 in Oechsle Hall room 224.
Tech Clinic is a hands-on course founded in 1986 that brings together students from different majors to help solve the real-world problems of a business, non-profit organization, or government body. The students have been working in conjunction with the President’s Office to develop a greenhouse reduction strategy.
The team consists of Trustee Scholar Katie Hamerslag ’08 (Martinsville, N.J.), who is majoring in biology, Sara Walter ’09 (Kempton, Pa.), who is double-majoring in history and government & law and Spanish, Felix Forster ’09 (Rostock, Germany), who is pursuing a B.S. in mathematics and an A.B. in economics & business, Doug Appel ’08 (Marlboro, N.J.), who is majoring in anthropology and sociology, and Matt Vanderwall ’08 (Webster, N.Y.) and Ashley Luke ’08 (Scarsdale, N.Y), who are both majoring in engineering studies.
Team facilitators are Dan Bauer, professor of anthropology and sociology, and Will Dohe, AIA of R+D Architecture in Easton.
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