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The United States Fulbright Commission selected three Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) seniors and one alumna as winners of Fulbright awards, continuing the College’s tradition of producing Fulbright Scholars.
Associate Professors of Economics Rob and Leslie Dunn, Ph.D., traveled with four senior economics majors to the Southern Regional Science Association conference in Arlington, Va., from April 4-6.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) will honor Joanne Burnley Ladley ’74 and Leah Lizarondo as Entrepreneurs of the Year at its 32nd Annual Entrepreneurial Leadership Dinner on Feb. 28.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) Associate Professor of Economics and Business Robert Litchfield, Ph.D., recently published research he completed with scholars from all over the world in the Journal of Product Innovation Management.
Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Dr. Paula Stephan, Professor of Economics at Georgia State University, will speak at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) on Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. in Yost Auditorium of the Howard J. Burnett Center.
Two Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) economics students and two W&J professors presented their work at a regional conference in March.
If you ask Brendan Reddy ’18 why he chose to become a stem cell donor, the senior football player will tell you it was a no-brainer.
W&J has been recognized by the Princeton Review, not only on its Best 382 Colleges list, but also as one of the Best Northeastern colleges in the United States. Schools are ranked by academics, extracurriculars, and quality of life, among other factors.
Mike Mazza ’18 cut his college football career short to donate bone marrow to a Massachussetts teen.
The newly-instituted Washington & Jefferson College chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda (FBLA-PBL) is already making a splash at a national level.