Engineers Without Borders

Lafayette College

August 27, 2007

Daniela Ochoa Diaz ’08 and Lauren Moulder ’08 Experience France

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Students explored the many facets of Paris for a semester For two Lafayette students, Paris was more than the City of Light; it was the city of learning. Daniela Ochoa Diaz ’08 (Davie, Fla.) and Lauren Moulder ’08 (Eden Prairie, Minn.) were among a contingent that took advantage of the Sweet Briar Junior Year in [...]

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August 7, 2007

Ground-Breaking Sustainability Research has National Audience

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Engineering students present revolutionary model to the largest chemical companies in the industry Representatives from 10 of the largest chemical companies in the industry gathered at Lafayette Aug. 9 to witness a presentation from students on a revolutionary, new model for sustainable development. This model, called the “Sustainable Development Roadmap,” is an adaptable template created [...]

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May 4, 2006

Matt Verbyla ’06 Awarded Fulbright to Improve Honduran Water System

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His work will begin next Jan. and end in Sept. Matt Verbyla ’06 (Unionville, Conn.), a civil engineering major with a minor in Spanish, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to examine the challenges of managing, operating, and maintaining community-owned water systems in rural villages in Honduras. He will work with local authorities and organizations [...]