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WASHINGTON, PA (May 11, 2022)—W&J juniors Hannah Luttringer and Holly Troesch are really going places. Or, rather, one particular place: Lüneburg, Germany.
WASHINGTON, PA (April 22, 2022)—On April 21, Washington and Jefferson College hosted its 2022 Honors Convocation in First Presbyterian Church.
Develop the careful logic, deep thinking, and creative ideas that characterize mathematical thought and contribute to responsible citizenship in the Mathematics program at W&J. Prepare for advanced degree programs and careers like data analytics, banking, and actuary science.
Five Washington & Jefferson College students were honored Sept. 14 as recipients of the Rule, Hughes, Murphy Award.
WASHINGTON, PA (June 10, 2021)-Brannon Boyd ’21 didn’t know his path at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) would culminate in his earning both a bachelor’s and master’s degree, nor did he imagine that being a part of the program would earn him a scholarship toward his latter degree. When the physics major and math minor…
WASHINGTON, PA (April 28, 2021)-Elisa Yazdani ’21 didn’t expect to be in this situation when she began her Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) experience. Elisa entered the College intending to become a physician but influenced by her chemistry and psychology double major and mathematics minor, she found a new passion for biostatistics. With multiple research…
Social Ethics Leader, NPR Contributor Dr. Robert Michael Franklin, Jr., to Give Keynote at W&J College Commencement Ceremony
Dr. Robert Michael Franklin, Jr., President-Emeritus of Morehouse College in Atlanta, Ga., will be the keynote speaker at Washington & Jefferson College’s 222nd Commencement Ceremony.
W&J will induct 24 members of the Class of 2021 into Phi Beta Kappa, the country’s oldest and best-known honor society.
WASHINGTON, PA (Feb. 9, 2021)-Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) Seniors Alexas Iams and Hannah Johnston have been published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal “Australasian Journal of Combinatorics”. The paper, “Searching for quicksand ideals in partially ordered sets,” began as a project in their MTH320 “Junior MathTalks” class with Assistant Professor of Mathematics Robert Muth, Ph.D….