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January 30, 2008

Robert Peoples ’08 Publishes Research in Journal of Parasitology

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Project with Bernard Fried, Kreider Professor Emeritus of Biology, explores factors that kill food-borne parasites Biology major Robert Peoples ’08 (Bear, Del.) and Bernard Fried, Kreider Professor Emeritus of Biology, have published research on ways to kill cysts of food-borne parasites in the Journal of Parasitology. They have been working together since 2005 examining trematodes, [...]

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December 18, 2007

Mastering Control Systems

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David Young ’08 discusses his experiences in Industrial Electronics and Control Systems David Young ’08 (Bensalem, Pa.) is a Marquis Scholar who is pursuing a B.S. in electrical and computer engineering and an A.B. in computer science. He was a member of the Industrial Electronics and Control Systems course taught by Yih-Choung Yu, assistant professor [...]

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November 30, 2007

From Under the Hood

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James Parsekian ’08 shares his experiences on Lafayette’s Formula SAE team James Parsekian ’08 (Basking Ridge, NJ) is a mechanical engineering major and captain of Leopard Racing, the College’s Formula SAE team. The team is comprised of senior mechanical engineering majors working on their capstone design project – a small, four-wheeled open-roadster. The following is [...]

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August 8, 2007

Mike Favara ’08 and Katie Schultes ’08 Explore Numerous Facets of Pediatrics

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Biology majors serve summer internship with pediatrician Philip Goldstein ’70 Observation may be the best teacher for those making their way through the medical field. Two biology majors recently spent a two-week internship observing how a busy suburban pediatric care unit in Rydal, Pa., works, under the supervision of pediatrician Philip Goldstein ’70. Both Mike [...]