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News and Events
News and Events
The diverse group of May 2019 graduates came to Lake Forest College from 31 countries, pursued degrees in 33 different majors, and completed dozens of internships.
Lake Forest College ranked #14 in the nation for Best Health Services in the just-published 2020 edition of The Princeton Review’s annual guide, The Best 385 Colleges.
Vivian Ta, assistant professor of psychology, published an article on the use of emojis as affective signals for relationship-oriented digital communication with Amanda Gesselman and Justin Garcia from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University.
Ten Foresters put their education to work this summer while living together and interning in Chicago through the Lake Forest College ACTIVATE: Summer Internship Program.
A group of 45 first-year students participated this summer in the 2019 Richter Scholar program conducting collaborative research with faculty from diverse disciplines, including art, biology, mathematics, philosophy, psychology, religion, communication, and finance.
- July 31
Nicholas Wheeler ’21 spent the summer as a Congressional Intern working for Illinois Congressman Michael Bost in Washington, DC.
One recent Lake Forest College graduate and two alumni have been offered National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships, part of a federally sponsored program that provides up to three years of graduate study support for US students pursuing doctoral research-based degrees in STEM, STEM education, and social science fields.
- July 29
Carolina Guadarrama ’19 spent her summer after graduation planning, researching, and implementing a life-changing water project in Mexico that was made possible by a Davis Projects for Peace grant.