Tag: Political Science
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Gabriella Faddool ’20 of Tobyhanna, Pa., traveled to Ghana during summer 2018 to investigate and advocate against child marriages happening in the country.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) senior Tara O’Toole ’19 is getting a jump start on a career in government with a summer internship at the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue.
Pursuing a bachelor’s degree is a journey—and it’s not always a straight path. It’s important for students to find the college that suits their needs, even if it’s not the institution where they began their education.
Kira Baierl ’18 pushed for summer experience and found exactly what she was looking for in her internship with the Pittsburgh Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
W&J junior Michaela Mulokey used he Magellan Project to study German castles.
W&J Students organized an open discussion forum following the presidential election to allow students to voice their opinions and hear from students on both sides of the issues.
W&J students have worked hard to make Election Day 2016 a success for all parties.
International mediator and peace prize winner Mary Montague returns to W&J with a public lecture, “Alien-Nation: Relationships and Reconciliation” on Oct. 26.
“Brexit” wasn’t a familiar term when Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) sophomore Jonathan Weese began planning his Magellan Project, but it soon became a major factor in his study.
W&J student Nicole Luben ’16 is finishing her senior year with W&J in Brussels, Belgium. Luben was one of 40 who was selected for a prestigious internship with NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.