Lafayette offers immersive experiences to students outside of the classroom to 50 countries

Study abroad programs are offered with sustainability as a focus including excursions to New Zealand, Germany, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Italy, and more.

Learn about our 2022-2023 adventures:

  • A two-week winter interim trip to New Zealand, taught by Dru Germanoski, professor of geology, Tamara Carley, associate professor of geology, and Christa Kelleher, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, explores the interdisciplinary nature of environmental science and intends to help students develop a strong understanding of how natural and developed environments come together, focusing on geology, water, climate, and life.
  • During the winter interim, twenty students studied geological processes, atmospheric and oceanographic phenomena and biological evolution in Ecuador, led by David Sunderlin, associate professor and department head of geology, and Lawrence Malinconico, associate professor of geology and director of the Tech Clinic. 
  • The Engineering Division, the Hanson Center for Inclusive STEM Education, the Office of Sustainability, and the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program joined together to send eight faculty/staff members and 35 students—representing 10 nations—to the United Nations headquarters in New York City for the 8th International Day of Women and Girls in Science Assembly. The conference brought together women in STEM with a focus on sustainability and global impact.

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Office of Sustainability

Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center Room 203
746 High Street
Easton PA, 18042