In the Media

Seth Gottlund '14

January 7, 2014

Seth Gottlund ’14 Featured in International Engineering Publication

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Chemical engineering major Seth Gottlund ’14 (Kutztown, Pa.) is the Featured Student for January in ChEnected, an online publication of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). Gottlund is co-president of Lafayette’s chapter of AIChE and serves as Mid-Atlantic regional liaison for the national AIChE. After graduating, he will work as an engineer in the Career [...]

Grossman House

December 23, 2013

Grossman House Featured in National Media

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The College’s environmentally sustainable renovation of the Grossman House for Global Perspectives has been featured in the December edition of University Business magazine. The publication covers topics in higher education management for presidents and other senior officers at two- and four-year colleges and universities. Read the article Built on High Street in 1915 by the [...]

Dave Gnopo '15, an international student from the Ivory Coast, was able to teach the Malagasy students about the TOEFL and financial aid for international students from personal experience.

June 14, 2013

LIME Program Featured in USA TODAY

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The Lafayette Initiative for Malagasy Education (LIME) was featured in the June 13 edition of USA TODAY College. The article, “American Students Pave Way for High Schoolers in Madagascar,” highlights the work Lafayette students have done in the country over the last three years. Read the USA TODAY article Read more about LIME The program [...]

Lafayette Lens co-host Kathryn Tanenbaum ’15 during the broadcast taping at PBS

May 8, 2013

Video: Student-Run Broadcast Premieres on PBS

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Lafayette Lens, a student-run production created in partnership with WLVT Channel 39, the Lehigh Valley PBS affiliate, premiered this week on PBS. Every aspect of the show was produced by students in the Industry, Strategy, and Policy class taught by Mark Crain, Simon Professor of Political Economy and chair of policy studies. The half-hour broadcast [...]

Chris Kelly ’13, Hollis Miller ’15, and Professor Kira Lawrence in Van Wickle Hall

April 19, 2013

Professor Kira Lawrence Coauthors Paper Published in Nature

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Hollis Miller ’15 (Fort Washington, Pa.) is in the basement lab of Van Wickle Hall, extracting organic material from mud deposited on the ocean floor millions of years ago. She inserts a steel cell, which looks like a mouse-size dumb bell, into a machine called the accelerated solvent extractor. “A fancy coffee pot is how [...]

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June 24, 2011

Video Profile: Professor Jenn Rossmann Receives National Attention for Wiffle Ball Aerodynamics Research

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To provide her students a fresh way to look at fluid dynamics, Jenn Rossmann, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, began using Wiffle balls in her classes and labs. In 2007, she published her work with students on the forces that affect the trajectory of a Wiffle ball in American Journal of Physics. The publication drew [...]

Gladstone Fluney Hutchinson, associate professor of economics and EEGLP founder, Richard Durham '11, and Sergio Aguilar, regional director of the Honduran Coffee Board, gather supplies in town.

January 3, 2011

Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project Featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education

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A feature-length article in The Chronicle of Higher Education highlights the multidisciplinary approach Lafayette’s Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project (EEGLP) takes toward its community redevelopment initiatives. Read the article.   EEGLP brings together students and faculty from Lafayette’s four academic divisions of engineering, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences to work hand in hand [...]

Donald Miller, John Henry MacCracken Professor of History, teaches a class in Ramer History House.

October 25, 2010

Professor Donald L. Miller Is Screenwriter and Historical Consultant for History Channel’s WWII in HD: The Air War

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Donald L. Miller, John Henry MacCracken Professor of History, is screenwriter and historical consultant for the History channel’s latest installment of its Emmy award-winning series WWII in HD. Inspired by Miller’s book Masters of Air (2006), The Air War will premiere at 9 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 10. Watch the theatrical trailer. Narrated by actor Rob [...]

Ruth Gilbert Crane '93

September 9, 2010

Ears To You Founder Ruth G. Crane ’93 Featured in Ladies Home Journal

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When Ruth Gilbert Crane ’93, of Medina, Ohio, wasn’t wearing her wig or earrings, she felt even more vulnerable than the breast cancer had already left her. Accessories allowed her to feel “normal,” and she knew she wasn’t alone. In 2008, Crane founded Ears To You, a jewelry donation program for women undergoing chemotherapy. To [...]

Donald Miller, John Henry MacCracken Professor of History, teaches a class in Ramer History House.

September 1, 2010

History Professor Donald Miller Involved with Emmy-Winning Miniseries The Pacific and New PBS Documentary

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Professor Donald Miller served as a historical consultant and on-camera expert for the documentary Make No Little Plans, premiering Monday, Sept. 6, on PBS, and as consultant and writer for accompanying historical material for the HBO miniseries The Pacific, which has won eight Emmy Awards. Miller, John Henry MacCracken Professor of History, is chief historical [...]