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Lafayette College

May 17, 2010

Professor Rado Pribic Receives Lifetime Achievement Award from Pa. Council for International Education

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He will be presented with the honor at the annual conference in October In recognition of his outstanding contributions to international education, Professor Rado Pribic will receive the W. LaMarr Kopp Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pennsylvania Council for International Education at its annual conference Oct. 1-2. “Growing up in post-World War II Europe and [...]

Professor Don Miller Collaborates with International Sculptor Greg Wyatt on Exhibit at Arlington National Cemetery

May 14, 2010

Professor Don Miller Collaborates with International Sculptor Greg Wyatt on Exhibit at Arlington National Cemetery

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Donald L. Miller, MacCracken Professor of History, is working with internationally renowned sculptor Greg Wyatt on a World War II memorial sculpture and battle exhibit at Arlington National Cemetery’s visitor’s center. Miller has written the scripts for the 20 short documentary films that make up the exhibit. The bronze statue, Price of Freedom, and exhibit [...]

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May 11, 2010

Spurring Entrepreneurship in the Slate Belt

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Technology Clinic strives to create jobs through manufacturing solar golf carts With the economy slowly rebounding from a downward spiral, job creation is a hot-button issue in regions throughout the country. Working with the Slate Belt Council of Governments and the Slate Belt Business Incubator Program, an ambitious Technology Clinic team of six students is [...]

Lafayette College

May 10, 2010

Professor John Meier Receives Teaching Honor from Mathematical Association of America

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James P. Crawford Award recognizes extraordinary success in teaching John Meier, professor of mathematics, has been recognized for excellence in teaching by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). Meier is the 2010 recipient of the James P. Crawford Teaching Award, presented by the Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware area section of the MAA. The award recognizes [...]

Meredith Castor '10, Leslie Raucher '10, and Kelly Giles '10 worked with Curlee Raven Holton, professor of art and director of EPI, to produce a limited edition print with artist Faith Ringgold to benefit the children of Haiti.

April 19, 2010

Experimental Printmaking Institute Produces Print by Artist Faith Ringgold to Benefit Children of Haiti

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Three students worked on limited edition print with Professor Curlee Holton; an open house will be April 24 Three students worked with Curlee Raven Holton, professor of art and director of the Experimental Printmaking Institute (EPI), to produce a limited edition print with artist Faith Ringgold and her foundation, Anyone Can Fly, to benefit the [...]

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April 8, 2010

Award-Winning Filmmaker Lou Reda Will Discuss His Work April 13

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Event will benefit women’s soccer team The Lafayette women’s soccer team will host “An Evening with Lou Reda” 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 13 in Oechsle Hall room 224. Admission is free with a donation benefiting the soccer program. An award-winning filmmaker and Easton resident, Reda will share samples of his work and documentaries, chronicling major [...]

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March 30, 2010

Memorial Service Announced for Kay Bergethon, Widow of Lafayette’s 12th President

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She was an esteemed First Lady of the College during the administration of K. Roald Bergethon from 1958 to 1978 A memorial service honoring Kay Bergethon, wife of the late K. Roald Bergethon, Lafayette’s president from 1958 to 1978, will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, May 7, in Colton Chapel, followed by a reception [...]

Lafayette College

March 10, 2010

Innovative Course Provides a More Holistic Approach to Geology

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Team taught by Professors Larry Malinconico and David Sunderlin, new two-semester class includes field work in Bighorn Basin, Wyo. Geology professors Larry Malinconico and David Sunderlin have combined two upper-level geology courses into an innovative, two-semester class structure. The new team-taught course, Basin and Structural Analysis: Integrated Teaching in a Tectonic Framework, is supported by [...]

Student Will Become Cultural Participants in Ghana

February 11, 2010

Students Will Become Cultural Participants in Ghana

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Rexford Ahene, professor of economics and chair of Africana studies, will lead semester-abroad program next fall Students are in for some unforgettable experiences next fall when they spend the semester in Ghana in a program led by Rexford Ahene, professor of economics and chair of Africana studies. According to Ahene, the students will actively participate [...]

Lafayette College

February 11, 2010

Professor Skip Wilkins Releases New Jazz Album with the International Quintet

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The group will perform Feb. 12 in the Williams Center and will tour Europe this summer Skip Wilkins, associate professor of music, and the International Quintet have released the CD Frydlant Nights through the Czech Radio Prague label. The group, a Czech-American jazz ensemble, is currently promoting the album with a regional tour. The International [...]