Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders member Michael Adelman ’10 reflects on his experiences this summer in Honduras Michael Adelman ’10 (Clarks Summit, Pa.) is pursuing a degree in civil engineering. From July 18 to August 1, Adelman participated in an Engineers Without Borders project in Honduras where students worked to help create sustainable economies related to growing [...]
Students explored the many facets of Paris for a semester For two Lafayette students, Paris was more than the City of Light; it was the city of learning. Daniela Ochoa Diaz ’08 (Davie, Fla.) and Lauren Moulder ’08 (Eden Prairie, Minn.) were among a contingent that took advantage of the Sweet Briar Junior Year in [...]
Engineering students present revolutionary model to the largest chemical companies in the industry Representatives from 10 of the largest chemical companies in the industry gathered at Lafayette Aug. 9 to witness a presentation from students on a revolutionary, new model for sustainable development. This model, called the “Sustainable Development Roadmap,” is an adaptable template created [...]
His work will begin next Jan. and end in Sept. Matt Verbyla ’06 (Unionville, Conn.), a civil engineering major with a minor in Spanish, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to examine the challenges of managing, operating, and maintaining community-owned water systems in rural villages in Honduras. He will work with local authorities and organizations [...]
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