Class of 2007

Lafayette College

August 19, 2009

Jeff Silvan ’07 Gaining Attention for High-Profile IBM Project

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By Dan Stefan ’10 and Kate Helm As a business consultant for IBM’s Global Business Services, Jeff Silvan ’07 is making a lot of friends. He also is earning the attention of some corporate hotshots. “I am working on a rather high-profile project within IBM that garners quite a bit of attention from the executives,” [...]

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July 16, 2009

In the Think of Legal Action

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Trial experience helps prepare Dana Gambro ’07 for leap to law school Being amidst courtroom action during a trial isn’t a typical experience for a paralegal. But Dana Gambro ’07, a paralegal with Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison LLP in New York City, stood out from the crowd and worked closely with attorneys at [...]

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June 24, 2009

Researching Companies Internationally for Bloomberg

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Undergrad research and Div. I sports prepared me for my work as a credit analyst – by Lindsay Bryant ’07 As a member of Lafayette’s cross country and track & field teams, Lindsay Bryant ’07 was named to the Division I All-Academic Women’s Cross Country list in her senior year and repeatedly earned placement on [...]

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June 18, 2009

Practical Activism

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Service learning at Lafayette and job at private equity fund lead to law school and improving opportunities for women — by Rachel Gallagher ’07 Rachel Gallagher ’07 graduated with honors with a self-designed major in equality and justice. A member of the Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society, she later presented her honors research on [...]

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June 3, 2009

Dynamic Marketing in New York City

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Sarah Smedley ’07 works with Staples, GlaxoSmithKline, and projects involving rockers Maroon5 and former tennis star John McEnroe Sarah Smedley ’07 loves seeing the payoff of her hard work.Smedley, an assistant account executive at the Taylor public relations firm in New York, has been working with corporate clients like office supply retail chain Staples and [...]

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May 1, 2009

Directing Traffic for a TV Network

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New York City internship helped Kim Nieskens ’07 get her first job in the industry Kim Nieskens ’07 knows how important networking can be in making crucial professional connections. A student internship at NBC Universal in New York City enabled her to land her first job at Women’s Entertainment Network (WE).”Having an internship at NBC [...]

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March 9, 2009

Milos Jovanovic ’07 Receives Prestigious European Research Prize

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Undergraduate research set him on path of historical study Lafayette’s undergraduate-only focus allowed Milos Jovanovic ’07 to cut his teeth on significant academic research. Continuing his interest in research, he recently was awarded the Marc Bloch Prize for the best new master’s thesis in early modern and modern European history at the European University Institute [...]

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December 5, 2008

Strength in Numbers

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Alumni and students will network together at events in New York and Philadelphia Nothing packs more networking firepower for Lafayette alumni and students than a networking night. Students make valuable contacts in a comfortable environment while alumni network with one another and meet students who may represent future talent in their industries. Organized by career [...]

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December 3, 2008

Evan Lebovitz ’09 Explores the Body’s Reaction to Kissing

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Neuroscience major and Professor Wendy Hill will present research at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual meeting Neuroscience major Evan Lebovitz ’09 (Pittsburgh, Pa.) is performing EXCEL research with Wendy Hill, Provost and Rappolt Professor in Neuroscience, on people’s physical and emotional reactions to kissing. The research is a continuation of an [...]

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November 7, 2008

Collaborative Research Explores How Products Affect Environmental Policy-making

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Professors Chris Ruebeck, Sharon Jones, Jeff Pfaffmann, and Kristen Sanford-Bernhardt create an interdisciplinary experience for students By Elizabeth Kemmerer A group of professors and students from economics and business, computer science, and engineering is using an interdisciplinary approach to see how environmental policy-making is affected by the life cycles of products. According to Sharon Jones, [...]