Dave Keener ’83 (Washington & Jefferson College) discusses his company’s approach to leadership during the pandemic
Washington & Jefferson College, one of the oldest universities in America, began in 1781, not long after the American Revolution
W&J to Dedicate Residence Hall to Dr. Walter Cooper, Distinguished Alumnus, Scientist, and Civil Rights Leader
Washington & Jefferson College will rename Beau Hall in honor of Dr. Walter Cooper ’50, a noted research scientist, steward of education, advocate for civil rights, and passionate supporter of his alma mater.
WASHINGTON, PA (Sept. 22, 2020)—Even in the face of a worldwide pandemic, Tori McKeehan ’21 is still getting a global experience thanks to support from W&J. Last fall, the international studies major connected with the U.S. Department of State through their Virtual Student Federal Services (VSFS) internship program. Her year-long internship occurred alongside many other…
WASHINGTON, PA (Sept. 18, 2020)—The summer of 2020 is one for the history books—which Sarah Byrne ’22 will be ready to document thanks to her Maxwell scholarship-funded internship. The junior history major spent her summer as the education intern with the Westmoreland Historical Society (WHS) and Historic Hanna’s Town, an archaeological site and history center…
WASHINGTON, PA (Sept. 17, 2020)—One W&J senior is getting a taste for mechanical engineering thanks to support from the College’s Maxwell Internship Fund. Ty Bedillion ’21, a physics and engineering major completing W&J’s 3-2 program with Washington University, interned with DMI Companies, the largest heating, ventilation, and air conditioning accessories manufacturer in North America. While…
Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management’s latest hour-long webinar at 11 a.m. Oct. 7 will examine the National Energy Technology Laboratory’s perspective on the region’s natural gas future.
Washington & Jefferson College welcomes Bethany Iñesta Bowman, who will join W&J as Director of Financial Aid on October 1, 2020.
Washington & Jefferson College graduate Paul Matthews ’11 has joined the Ave Maria University men’s basketball staff as an assistant coach.
Dr. Chong Park ’83 can’t remember a time when he didn’t know he would be a physician. “My father said I could be any type of adult cardiac surgeon I wanted,” said Park, a cardiothoracic surgeon, jokingly.
Collagen Matrix, Inc., a leader in regenerative medicine and a global manufacturer of collagen- and mineral-based medical devices, announced today the appointment of Aaron Henceroth ’02 as Vice President of Project Management and Supply Chain.
Professor Jason Kilgore at Washington & Jefferson College and his students will be exploring trees and shrubs thanks to a grant they have received from the National Science Foundation.
Washington & Jefferson College Professor Robert Dunn discusses the relationship between the economy and the COVID-19 crisis.
It’s been a full year since we launched the new washjeff.edu. What have we learned about the website since it’s launch? What does the data tell us?
Robert Hoffa ’79 was honored as one of Pennsylvania’s 10 Best Criminal Law Attorneys for Client Satisfaction in 2017 and 2020.
WASHINGTON, PA (Sept. 1, 2020)—While coronavirus is top-of-mind for the public and in the medical world right now, W&J junior Sam Dauby spent his summer with the Department of Pathology at the University of Pittsburgh searching for ways to prevent the spread of a virus that has caused suffering for years: HIV. “The laboratory’s focus…
WASHINGTON, PA (Aug. 31, 2020)—This summer, Neil Pandit ’23 turned his connections into an opportunity to help others. “I am very involved in the Greater Boston Area as a volunteer photographer,” the sophomore neuroscience major said. “In this capacity, I have been able to photograph and interact with legislators like Rep. (Kenneth) Gordon. At a…
Since the onset the coronavirus pandemic in March, artists like Patrick Schmidt have faced a particular challenge: Keeping their work before the public while galleries are shuttered and larger-scale events like the Three Rivers Arts Festival have either been canceled or have migrated online.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing changes to the fanfare of being recruited by any college team but especially smaller schools on a budget.
John Frankovitch ’18 didn’t get too far into his first career before he knew he wanted a change.