Helping Moms of Multiples

NPR Reports on Prof. Sue Wenze’s Research

NPR recently reported on the research of Sue Wenze, assistant professor of psychology, who is working to better understand the mental-health needs of new mothers of twins and multiples and what tools could help them during the challenging postpartum months.

Read the NPR story.

Students work to enhance technology for autonomous cars.


Students Share Their Research Discoveries

Rebecca Wai '18 sits in the Farinon Center.Maya Stine '18 stands in front of the Quad.Iuliia Vasileva stands in front of the Quad.Khulganaa Buyannemekh '18

 

Lafayette students presented their research findings at this year’s National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Listen to the audio descriptions by a few of our students about what they shared at the conference.

Learn more about what our students shared at the conference.

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Students Showcase Research

The 2018 Spring Poster Session showcased the outstanding work of Lafayette students across a variety of disciplines. These scholars worked closely with their faculty mentors over the course of the 2017-18 academic year to shed light on such topics as political motivations for supporting climate change, high-tech methods for bird tracking, and the ideal biomechanics of a golf swing. Read more.