She writes about her research with Ida Sinkevic, associate professor of art Sarah Kolba ’10 (Chelmsford, Mass.), who designed her own major in medieval and renaissance studies, is working on EXCEL research with Ida Sinkevic, associate professor of art, studying the medieval legend of Barlaam and Joasaph. Barlaam and Joasaph are no longer commonly recognized [...]
Her work with three professors has led to publications in scholarly journals and conference presentations During her time at Lafayette, Jessica Counihan ’10 (Colorado Springs, Colo.) has made the most of the opportunities the College provides for students to conduct research alongside faculty members. Counihan, a double major in chemistry and a self-designed major in [...]
Research focuses on strategies for addressing health and educational needs of low-income single mothers Government and law major Amanda Pisetzner ’10 (Puyallup, Wash.) and Rachel Gallagher ’07 presented research on health and educational needs of single mothers at the Association for Research on Mothering (ARM) Conference in October in Toronto, Canada. The presentation, “Maternal Health [...]
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