International Studies

Xiao Cui ’13, Maurice Bennett ’06, Danielle Harris ’09

October 12, 2012

Xiao Cui ’13 Learns Importance of Confidence to Economy through Credit Suisse Internship

posted in Academic News, Alumni, Have Cur Non Impact, News and Features, Student Profiles, Students, Top News

tagged with , , , , , , , ,

As Maurice Bennett ’06, an equity sales and trading analyst at Credit Suisse in New York City, will tell you, an internship with the bank is “a real job in the real world and not an experience just anyone gets.” This summer, three Lafayette students landed 10-week internships with Credit Suisse through its innovative virtual [...]

Mark Goldstone81_thumb

December 20, 2010

Mark Goldstone ’81 on the Front Line for ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Repealed by Senate Dec. 18

posted in Alumni, Alumni Profiles, News and Features

tagged with ,

By Kate Helm Don’t expect to see attorney Mark Goldstone ’81 chained to the White House fence anytime soon. But do expect him to be standing side-by-side with prominent liberal activists, defending their rights to free speech and non-violent protest. He calls it his own way of contributing to political change. Goldstone is chief counsel [...]

Lafayette College

March 17, 2008

New York City is Site of U.S. Green Building Council Design Competition

posted in Academic News, Collaborative, High-Impact Learning, Faculty and Staff, News and Features, Students

tagged with , , , , , , , , ,

Integrated design, sustainability, innovation are aims of Lafayette’s student team. Project: convert warehouse complex into middle school, community arts center Several students from various majors have teamed up to compete in the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) 2008 Natural Talent Design Competition sponsored by the Emerging Green Builders group. USGBC’s Natural Talent Design Competition [...]

Lafayette College

January 17, 2008

34 Students will Study Engineering and German Culture in Bremen

posted in Academic News, Committed Teachers and Scholars, Engineering, Faculty and Staff, News and Features, Students

tagged with , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Erol Ulucakli, associate professor of mechanical engineering, will lead the semester abroad program This spring, 34 students will spend the semester studying engineering and German language and culture in a Lafayette faculty-led program at Jacobs University Bremen (JUB). Erol Ulucakli, associate professor of mechanical engineering, will lead the trip. Michael Adelman ’10 Gains an International [...]

Lafayette College

December 17, 2007

Utilizing Control Systems for Real Life Purposes

posted in Academic News, Engineering, Faculty and Staff, News and Features, Students

tagged with , , , ,

Senior electrical and computer engineering students learn techniques for the job market This semester 15 senior electrical and computer engineering students got hands-on industry experience in the course “Industrial Electronics and Control Systems,” taught by Yih-Choung Yu, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. The course uses the math skills previously learned by the students [...]

Lafayette College

December 14, 2007

Taking Research to the Capitol

posted in Academic News, Faculty and Staff, Involved, Focused, and Active Students, News and Features, Student Profiles, Students

tagged with , , , , ,

Ryan Clark ’08 and Hugo Sindelar ’08 present research in Harrisburg In October, Ryan Clark ’08 (Sellersville, Pa.), who is pursuing an A.B. in international studies and engineering and a B.S. in civil engineering, and Hugo Sindelar ’08 (Houston, Texas), a civil engineering major, traveled to Harrisburg to present their research at the Undergraduate Research [...]

Lafayette College

October 12, 2007

Zachary Cleary ’10 Finds the Perfect Fit at Lafayette

posted in Academic News, Faculty and Staff, Involved, Focused, and Active Students, News and Features, Student Profiles, Students

tagged with , , , , ,

International studies and engineering program is the ideal path for this versatile student Zachary Cleary ’10 (South Glastonbury, Conn.) has no boundaries when it comes to his academic goals. He is currently pursuing a B.S. in mechanical engineering and an A.B. with majors in international studies and Russian and Eastern European studies. His rigorous degree [...]