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Students in the Environmental Engineering course hosted the Lafayette College Engineering Brain Bowl in Acopian Engineering Center last weekend. To teach local elementary students about sustainability, they made bridges, water filtration systems, and balloon-powered cars. The event was part of a semester-long research project on the importance of engineering education for students in grades K-12. The course is taught by Art Kney, associate professor and head of civil and environmental engineering.

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