Their dedication to Washington & Jefferson College is unwavering. Their passion for teaching is profound. The following professors have been inspiring W&J students for more than 30 years, honing the young minds of the best and the brightest before sending them out into the world to pursue meaningful careers. On a campus that is continually evolving, the influence of these professors is constant-serving as a foundation on which the College can thrive. As we pause to reflect on W&J's rich history-one that changed dramatically 40 years ago with the advent of co-education-we turn to those professors who not only have witnessed the College's growth, but who have played invaluable roles in its progress. Here are their stories, as told by the young people whom they impact each day-W&J students.
Imparting Wisdom, Exuding Energy: Robert Dodge, Ph.D.
Cultivating a Passion for Culture: Richard Easton
Building a Curiosity for Life: John Mark Scott '69, Ph.D.
Going the Extra Mile for Charity: Robert Vande Kappelle, Ph.D.
For more professor profiles, please turn to page 14 of the winter 2011 print edition.
Nicholas Cavoti, professor of psychology, displays the first identification card issued to him by W&J in 1970.