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Summer 2014 Magazine

July 25, 2014

Summer Edition of Lafayette Magazine Focuses on Service

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Lafayette alumni serve their communities through a wide variety of occupations and volunteer activities. The summer 2014 edition focuses particularly on those in judicial roles, the military, and non-profit organizations related to human needs.

Ellen Kravet Burke '76

July 23, 2014

Ellen Kravet Burke ’76 Weaves Campus-Corporate Connections

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To the casual observer, it might appear that externship hosts do all the giving and students do all the receiving. Not so, says Ellen Kravet Burke ’76, who received the Alumni Association’s Externship Commitment Award 2011, for 10 years of participation. “We learn from students, particularly now with social media—Instagram, Facebook, and Houzz,” says Kravet [...]

Alumni Summer College 2014

July 22, 2014

Back in the Classroom: Alumni Summer College 2014

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With a curriculum ranging from art, fossils, and fiction to the Muslim discovery of coffee, causes of the Arab spring, and relationship between age and happiness, alumni and friends spent July 17-20 exercising their intellects during the fifth annual Alumni Summer College. “Topics that I have been nervous about not enjoying have turned out to [...]

Dr. Amith Majumdar '95

July 11, 2014

Amith Majumdar ’95 Modernizes Pediatric Dentistry

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By Jillian Bevacqua When Dr. Amith Majumdar ’95 launched Lehigh Valley Pediatric Dentistry in 2006, he created an office as unique as his specialty. With his partner, pediatric orthodontist Dr. Steven Ely, he installed digital radiography. This process creates much less chemical waste and exposes children to 75 percent less radiation than traditional X-rays. He [...]

Charles Bergstresser, Class of 1881

July 11, 2014

Wall Street Journal Discusses Co-Founder Charles Bergstresser, Class of 1881

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Charles Bergstresser, Class of 1881, was discussed in the July 8 edition of The Wall Street Journal in a letter to readers from editor in chief Gerard Baker. The letter celebrated the newspaper’s 125th anniversary. Read the letter Bergstresser was the silent partner who bankrolled the publishing venture of Charles Henry Dow and Edward Davis [...]

Barbara Brooks Kimmel '78

July 7, 2014

Barbara Brooks Kimmel ’78 Works to Build Corporate Trust

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By Samuel T. Clover ’91 The most recent phase in the career of Barbara Brooks Kimmel ’78—and the seeds of her new book, Trust, Inc.: Strategies for Building Your Company’s Most Valuable Asset—began after the financial crash in 2008. “I think we have a real crisis in leadership, compounded with the fact that we live [...]

Hannah Weaver '14

June 30, 2014

Hannah Weaver ’14 Receives Woodrow Wilson Foundation Teaching Fellowship

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Physics graduate Hannah Weaver ’14 has been awarded a Woodrow Wilson Michigan Teaching Fellowship. She will receive a $30,000 stipend while completing an intensive master’s-level teacher education program at University of Michigan. Given by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the fellowship program recruits recent college graduates studying in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields [...]

Lafayette-Lehigh 150th Game Logo

June 25, 2014

150 Days Until Lafayette-Lehigh Game at Yankee Stadium

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Today marks the start of the College’s 150-day countdown to the 150th Lafayette-Lehigh game, Nov. 22 at Yankee Stadium.  To celebrate college football’s most-played rivalry, there will be one story, tweet, Facebook post, video, or photo featured for each of the 150 days leading up to the game.  The featured story, along with other posts, [...]

Legacy of Impact

June 24, 2014

“Lafayette Edge” Annual Campaign about to Close

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There are only five days left to make a gift to the Lafayette Annual Fund for the 2013-14 school year. The Annual Fund provides support for student scholarships, activities, athletics, and academic projects. Alumni and friends can designate their gift to an area of the college experience that means the most to them. The College’s [...]

Alex Karapetian ’04 and Brendan Malone '15 at Acopian Power Supplies

June 19, 2014

Students Explore Electrical Engineering at Acopian Power Supplies

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Four students got to shadow several engineers and observe the design, manufacturing, production, and testing of products during an externship at Acopian Power Supplies in Easton, Pa. Alex Karapetian ’04, director of sales and marketing at Acopian, served as host for electrical and computer engineering majors Sam Cesario ’15 (Matawan, N.J.), Nicholas DiNino ’15 (West Hartford, Conn.), [...]