Tau Beta Pi
Lafayette is the only exclusively undergraduate liberal arts and engineering college among the 85 institutions whose students were honored William (Ben) Towne ’09 (Litchfield, N.H.) was awarded an undergraduate scholarship from Tau Beta Pi, the national engineering honor society. Lafayette is the only exclusively undergraduate liberal arts and engineering college among the 85 institutions whose [...]
Chemical engineering majors will discuss their research on nanotechnology in San Francisco Marquis Scholar Briana Hecht ’08 (Chestnut Hill, Mass.) and Korin Kohen ’08 (Istanbul, Turkey), who are both majoring in chemical engineering, will present their honors thesis research at the spring meeting of the Materials Research Society in San Francisco, Calif., from March 24-28. [...]
She explores the behavior of blood vessels for her honors thesis Alison Disbrow ’08 (Belvidere, N.J.) is pursuing an A.B. in Engineering Studies. She is currently working on her honors thesis focusing on the deformation of biological tissues, specifically blood vessels. She is working with Joshua Smith, assistant professor of mechanical engineering. The following is [...]
Chemical engineering major Matthew Ide ’08 took third place in a poster competition Five engineering majors recently traveled to Salt Lake City, Utah, to present their research at the American Institute of Chemical Engineers’ (AIChE) 2007 Annual Meeting, held Nov. 4-9. The students participated in the student poster competition. Chemical engineering major Matthew Ide ’08 [...]
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