Technology Clinic is a two-semester course in which teams of students from each academic division work together on imaginative solutions to real-world problems for clients. The students are nominated by professors and former Tech Clinic students and mentored by two faculty facilitators.
We are always looking for new and intellectually interesting projects. If you have an idea for a project to sponsor, please contact us.See the list of past clients and sponsors
As we begin the Spring'17 semester one team is beginning their second semester helping to consider how health sciences and health professions might be integrated into the new Da Vinci Science Campus.
The second group, beginning their first semester, is working for both the City of Easton and Lafayette College imaging how to best develop the Bushkill Drives corridor from 13th Street to the College's Arts Campus on 3rd St.
From trout farming to pandemic planning to a self-guided automobile tour, students have developed solutions for a wide variety of challenges presented by clients.Learn about past projects
Fall Semester 2016 Report Presentations
Mid-Project Report: "Infusing Health Sciences and Health Professions into the Da Vinci Science Center"
December 12, 2016, 9:00am, Van Wickle Hall, room 108, Lafayette College
Final Report:: "Borough of Bath: To Recycle or Not Recycle…that is the sweeping question
December 9, 2016, 4:00pm, Van Wickle Hall room 108, Lafayette College