John Jamison ’71 and Sukey Jamison ’71 Farm to close, ending 35-year run of supplying lamb to top restaurants
John and Sukey Jamison are bidding farewell to the business they’ve enjoyed for 35 years at their farm in Unity.
A former national advance lead staffer for former first lady Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign has been appointed chairman of the Berkeley County Democratic Executive Committee and said he is ready to use his experience to give back to the Mountain State.
WASHINGTON, PA (Jan. 15, 2020)—One of the side effects of a global pandemic has given many of us a taste of remote work, but what does it truly mean to be a remote employee, and how does such a lifestyle impact an organization and its workers? That’s the question W&J Associate Professor of Business and…
Chia Network, Inc. (“Chia” or the “Company”), a state-of-the-art global open-source decentralized blockchain and smart transaction platform, today announced the appointment of Chuck Stoops to its board as a non-executive independent director.
When the COVID-19 pandemic lightens and borders reopen, more people who have tasted remote work may ask themselves how far they might take it.
After snapping photos in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives last Wednesday, Pat Benic retired to the press room in the Capitol building, where he and his colleagues were engaged in routine tasks or pondering their lunch options.
The EQT Foundation (Foundation) today announced their 2020 giving total of more than $3.5 million to various programs and organizations throughout the footprint of southwestern Pennsylvania, northern West Virginia, and eastern Ohio.
Jason Hazlewood succeeds Ron Francis as managing partner of Reed Smith’s downtown Pittsburgh office.
While local higher learning institutions have planned later starts and fewer days off during the spring semester, all plan to bring students back to campus.
John Unice, an enthusiastic, “get-after” it type of basketball player at Uniontown High School and Washington & Jefferson College and then later successful coach at Washington and McKeesport high schools and W&J, had amyloidosis – a rare and serious protein disorder with a bleak survival rate.
College and university leaders across the country responded to the violent chaos at the U.S. Capitol Wednesday using unusually strong terms for higher education leaders.
L&NW recently had the chance to speak to Amy Mercante, who has spent nearly 30 years with the company and has been named the global business director, Teslin Substrate Products. She provides insight on the company’s latest offerings for the label and packaging space, as well as her role within the organization.
Corporate responsibility in the natural gas industry will be the theme of the next virtual webinar presented by Washington & Jefferson College’s Center for Energy Policy and Management.
John Snook will join the National Association for Behavioral Healthcare (NABH) as director of government relations and strategic initiatives, effective Jan. 18.
The Washington & Jefferson College Annual Security Report is now available in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
Entrepreneurial studies are being taught enthusiastically and aggressively in the three institutions of higher learning in Greene and Washington counties.
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 16, 2020)— The Washington County Planning Commission recently appointed Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) Professor of Biology Jason Kilgore as an Associate Director for the Washington County Conservation District (WCCD). Kilgore will serve the new role in a volunteer capacity while continuing his tenure at W&J. Dr. Kilgore was recruited to this…
WASHINGTON, PA (Dec. 15, 2020) – Executives from two local natural gas producers will talk about their corporate responsibility and sustainability goals and why that matters – for the community, the environment, their employees and their bottom line – in the Center for Energy Policy and Management’s latest webinar. At 11 a.m. Jan. 13, Carrie…