Math-Economics

Lafayette College

October 19, 2007

Tech Clinic is Developing Area Revitalization Plans

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Six students are exploring options for the Route 611 and 512 corridors in the Slate Belt A team of six students in this year’s Technology Clinic will prepare an economic development plan for the Route 611 and 512 corridors in the Slate Belt. Tech Clinic is a hands-on course founded in 1986 that brings together [...]

Lafayette College

October 1, 2007

Advancing Educational Opportunities in Vietnam

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2007 Havens Award Winner Martin Tjioe ’09 shares his experiences teaching abroad Martin Tjioe ’09 (N. Sumatera, Indonesia) is pursuing a B.S. in civil engineering and an A.B. in mathematics-economics. For three weeks this summer, he traveled to Vietnam to work with high school students. The trip was funded by Lafayette’s Jeffrey B. Havens Memorial [...]

Lafayette College

August 3, 2007

‘Letter from the Field’: Felix Forster ’09 Explores Human Rights in Amsterdam

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Mathematics-economics major spent summer in Netherlands through Humanity in Action Felix Forster ’09 (Rostock, Germany) is a mathematics-economics major. He spent his summer studying human rights in Amsterdam, Netherlands, through the Humanity in Action fellowship program. The following is a first person account of experiences. On May 29, I boarded the bus from Easton, Pa., [...]