Filling the Gap

Digital Projects Shine Light on Oft-Missed Topics

Student digital humanities projects spanned the globe from Hindu-Buddhist architecture in Angkor City, Cambodia, to household electricity and educational performance in Madagascar. Add stops in Eastern Europe, Sudan, and Japan.

Read about their work

A new approach to lung cancer research

Chloe Triolo discusses her work with Prof. Khadijah Mitchell on using natural products against tumors.


Business Battle

Business Pitch Competition sponsored by The Dyer Center for Innovation + Entrepreneurship in Oechsle Hall.

Forget Shark Tank. These student business pitches create a real frenzy.

Learn about the Business Pitch competition.

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Students Showcase Research

The 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 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.