Students who plan to complete an internship during the spring 2015 semester may qualify for funding of up to $2,500 to help alleviate costs associated with their experience.
Several Lake Forest College students were guests at a fundraising gala for Bright Hope International. In attendance were Akua Agyei ’15, Ariane Uwamba ’15, and Mbakisi Gopolang ’14, each of whom conducted research for Bright Hope on savings groups and private school funding models in poverty-stricken areas. Their efforts offered guidance to the organization for improved poverty alleviation programs. Also attending were Marcel Tatum ’17 and Sihle Tsabedze ’15.
Biology students presented their own research to a national audience at the prestigious Argonne National Laboratory with confidence.