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Lafayette College

April 1, 2008

Kimberly Rakow McChesney ’85 Will Discuss Finding Peace After Parkinson’s Diagnosis At This Weekend’s CLW Conference

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By Carrie Pasternak ’08 This weekend’s Council of Lafayette Women Conference will not only be a time for students, faculty, alumni, and staff to come together on campus and reconnect with old friends, it will also be an opportunity to gain inspiration and strength from some of the Lafayette community’s alumnae. Kimberly Rakow McChesney ’85 [...]

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March 19, 2008

A Delectable Success

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19 alumni turn out to mentor 80 students at Etiquette Dinner For students preparing to embark on professional careers, the thought of participating in a business dinner can be daunting. The Offices of Career Services and Alumni Affairs partnered with Lafayette Dining Services to hold an etiquette dinner Feb. 28. The evening featured Anne Baum, [...]

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March 11, 2008

Fighting Breast Cancer One Mile at a Time

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Sandy Kazinski ’85 has raised $70,000 through walks and races; she will discuss volunteering at Council of Lafayette Women Conference Economics graduate Sandy Kazinski ’85 has dedicated much time to the fight against breast cancer, participating in five 60-mile fund-raising walks for the Susan Komen Foundation, most recently one in San Diego last November. “I [...]

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January 31, 2008

Anne Matlack ’85 Relishes Role as ‘Head Cheerleader’ For Council of Lafayette Women

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Conference chair looks forward to exciting sessions April 4-5 As chair of the Council of Lafayette Women (CLW) Conference set for April 4-5, Anne Matlack ’85 is enjoying the opportunity to work with the “talented and fun women” of Lafayette, but she’s also seriously committed to providing an enriching experience. “The CLW plays an important [...]

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January 31, 2008

Emily Bernzott ’10 Explores Environmental Problem-Solving

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She served an externship with Joseph Heaney ’85, president of Walden Environmental Engineering PLLC Emily Bernzott ’10 (Babylon, N.Y.) is a Marquis Scholar majoring in civil engineering. During the interim session, she spent five days with Joseph M. Heaney III ’85, the president of Walden Environmental Engineering PLLC, as a part of an externship program [...]

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January 31, 2008

Environmental Engineer Joseph Heaney ’85 Reflects On Externship Opportunities for Students

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Over interim break, he hosted civil engineering major Emily Bernzott ’10 Joseph M. Heaney III ’85 is the president of Walden Environmental Engineering PLLC based in Oyster Bay, N.Y. Over the interim session, Heaney hosted a five-day externship with Emily Bernzott ’10 (Babylon, N.Y.), who is majoring in civil engineering. The following is a first-hand [...]

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September 12, 2007

Policy Studies Presents ‘Visions of the Energy Future’ Oct. 11-12

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Lectures and discussions focus on critical policy and technological challenges The Policy Studies program, in collaboration with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Power Engineering Society (IEEE/PES), will host an energy conference on campus Oct. 11-12. The “Visions of the Energy Future” conference will feature lectures and discussions regarding current energy use and ways [...]

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August 22, 2007

Professors William Jemison ’85, Andrew Kortyna, and Todd Wey Receive NSF Grant for State-of-the-Art Equipment

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Grant will help continue undergraduate research projects William Jemison ’85, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, Andrew Kortyna, assistant professor of physics, and Todd Wey, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, recently obtained a Major Research Instrumentation grant for $257,762 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant will be used to purchase [...]