It is a time of great excitement and opportunity for Lafayette Engineering. As we look to the future, we have a bold vision of enhancing the educational experience of our students by encouraging them to take intellectual risk, instilling an entrepreneurial mindset, and fostering an appreciation of the humanistic, artistic, financial, and social facets of modern challenges. This issue of Lafayette Engineering magazine highlights a few of the many examples of people and projects that exemplify the Lafayette Experience.
Visitors from Cheston Elementary School in Easton, Pa., learn about extracting valuable fertilizer from wastewater
Dinner time ... Prof. Mary Roth and her students feed bacteria to grow bio film in
soil — the sticky substance may be a way to control the flow of water in the ground.
Endowed Chair Dedicated to Interdisciplinary Teaching