The policy studies major offers a multidisciplinary course of study enabling graduates to provide leadership in a dynamic domestic and global environment. It encourages integrated and collaborative skills, creativity, entrepreneurship, and the practice of ethics and fairness that crosses ethnic, cultural, gender, religious, and geographical divides.
On Nov. 6, Lafayette hosted its live, student-run election night broadcast in Farinon. This two-hour show, which included the work of more than 100 students, shared up-to-the-minute information on the races for the White House, Senate, and House of Representatives to the audiences on campus and across the United States. The night started out with a pre-show, featuring campus musicians, and then turned into a TV studio with a professional production company.Watch the broadcast
Lafayette Lens is a student-run public affairs program produced in partnership with PBS Channel 39. The first edition of the half-hour broadcast focuses on two themes, subtitled “The Cyber Craze and The Shale Age.” "The Cyber Craze" examines how information and communication technologies affect who we are and how we live. The Shale Age" focuses on the impact of the energy revolution resulting from hydraulic fracturing. PBS39 reaches 2.6 millions households in the Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Read more about the production from the news on this page.A link to the complete broadcast is here:
The Industry, Strategy, and Policy Course engages and enlightens its students with a variety of programs and activities that include talks by public intellectuals and the leading scholars in the field.Read more
As this Report highlights, Policy Studies students and faculty are engaged in understanding the cultural, ethical,
and political foundations of an innovative society based on operative market arrangements.
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