Making a state-ment: environmental studies major uncovers career possibilities in state park internship
WASHINGTON, PA (September 27, 2022)—After spending semesters studying in historic structures and cozy classrooms, W&J senior Stephanie Shugerman decided to take her learning outdoors.
Taking Care of Injustice: Psychology major studies developmental decision-making in Social Minds Lab
WASHINGTON, PA (August 10, 2022)—For years, tattled-on kids have asked their tattlers, “Why did you tell on me?” and rising senior Julia Hurwitz might finally have an answer for them.
WASHINGTON, PA (July 19, 2022) – Hayden Stein ’24, a psychology major at Washington & Jefferson College, recently became the College’s newest W&J² Fellow. The 3+4 W&J² Integrated Program in Human Health between W&J and the Sidney Kimmel Medical College produces physicians who are grounded in the liberal arts with a strong proficiency in the…
WASHINGTON, PA (June 13, 2022)—Recent alumnus Jeffrey Seabury, Jr. ’22 is reaching new heights with W&J’s Magellan Project.
WASHINGTON, PA (June 3, 2022) – Hannah K. Bradshaw, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology at Washington & Jefferson College, is using her recent research to benefit her students. As an evolutionary psychologist, Bradshaw focuses her research on social cognition, and more specifically, the relationship dynamics among women and between women and men. “My research is…
WASHINGTON, PA (May 20, 2022)—Two Washington & Jefferson College Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) cadets were commissioned into the United States Army at the Spring 2022 Commissioning Ceremony held at Soldiers and Sailors Hall at the University of Pittsburgh today.