Class of 2001

Lafayette College

April 28, 2008

Corporate Matchmaker

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Tom Neff ’59 has earned a reputation as the nation’s top executive search professional By Dan Edelen Conventional wisdom claims that CEOs wield the power in the business world. However, the truly wise pay attention to those behind the boardroom curtain, such as Tom Neff ’59. His discreet orchestrations as the top executive search professional [...]

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April 15, 2008

Our Proximity Advantage: Externships in New York City

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During winter break, 74 students shadowed alumni and parents at ESPN, ABC News World News, The New York Times, CNN Headline News, and many others During January’s interim session, 74 students participated in externships at 39 business firms, government agencies, and other organizations in nearby New York City. Lafayette alumni and parents hosted the students [...]

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January 25, 2008

Emeritus Professors Joseph Sherma and Bernard Fried Celebrate 20 Years of Collaborative Research

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Since 2001, they have published 44 papers with 19 undergraduate students Joseph Sherma, Larkin Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, and Bernard Fried, Kreider Professor Emeritus of Biology, are celebrating 20 years of completing research with Lafayette students with the publication of “Twenty Years of Collaborative Research in Invertebrate Biology and Analytical Chemistry at Lafayette College” in [...]

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January 7, 2008

Deborah Rosen Explores Early American Indian Policy-Making in Latest Book

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History professor examines state and territorial policies that affected early American Indian citizenship Deborah Rosen, professor and head of history, has taken an in-depth look at early American Indian policy-making in her most recent book, American Indians and State Law: Sovereignty, Race and Citizenship, 1790 – 1880 (University of Nebraska, December 2007). The publication examines [...]

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August 22, 2007

Professors William Jemison ’85, Andrew Kortyna, and Todd Wey Receive NSF Grant for State-of-the-Art Equipment

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Grant will help continue undergraduate research projects William Jemison ’85, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, Andrew Kortyna, assistant professor of physics, and Todd Wey, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, recently obtained a Major Research Instrumentation grant for $257,762 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant will be used to purchase [...]

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August 6, 2007

Alumni Break into Highly Competitive Fragrance Industry

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Frank Fazzinga ’01, Andrew Mitchell ’01, and Anthony Dimarco ’98 offer alumni discount at FragranceUP.comFrank A. Fazzinga III ’01 can smell the sweet scent of success. The distinct odor can be found among the 4,000 fine fragrances available through Aspen Industries, a wholesale perfume distributor, and, its online store. Fazzinga and Andrew Mitchell ’01 [...]

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October 17, 2001

Glacel ’01 Receives Fulbright Grant to Study in Russia

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As the recipient of a Fulbright grant supporting scholarly research abroad, Sarah Glacel ’01 left for Russia in August to begin a 10-month study of a nongovernmental organization’s efforts to protect Lake Baikal, the deepest freshwater lake in the world. She also will take classes at Irkutsk State University, where she studied abroad during her [...]

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May 15, 2001

Lafayette Mechanical Engineering Major Steve Ryder Receives Department of Defense Fellowship to Study Nanotechnology at UC Berkeley

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Lafayette Marquis Scholar Steve Ryder, a senior mechanical engineering major from Pitman, N.J., has received a National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship through the Air Force Office of Scientific Research to study nanotechnology at the University of California, Berkeley, beginning this fall. Since the program’s inception in 1989, only five percent of NDSEG [...]

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April 1, 2000

Sarah Eremus ’01 Wins Prestigious Fulbright Fellowship

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Sarah Eremus ’01 of Bryn Mawr, Pa., has won a Fulbright Fellowship to study in Japan in the 2000-2001 academic year. Grantees are placed in institutions outside of Tokyo, such as those in Hokkaido, Shikoku, Kyushu, Okinawa, where they structure their own programs, combining language study, selected course study according to their Japanese proficiency, and [...]