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 approach the end of the Spring'16 semester one team is concluding their work on integrating the concepts of Maker Spaces in a Liberal Arts environment.
The second group, finishing their first semester, is working with the Borough of Bath examining the economic, environmental and sociopolitical implications of reuse and recycling of street sweeping waste..
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
Spring Semester 2016 Report Presentations
Final Report: "Maker Spaces in a Liberal Arts Environment"
May 4, 5:00pm, Skillman Library Room 003, Lafayette College
Mid-project Report: "Borough of Bath: To Recycle or Not Recycle…that is the sweeping question
May 9, 4:00pm, location tbd, Lafayette College