In the News
Mentions of W&J in the press.
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Be Local is the region’s premier shop local promotion and education network. This program is dedicated to strengthening the region’s economy and promoting locally-owned, independent businesses by educating residents and visitors about the importance of shopping locally. The 2020 Be Local Network will include businesses from Southwest and Central Pennsylvania, Southeast Ohio, and the Ohio Valley in West Virginia.
The PAC, which includes Washington & Jefferson College and Waynesburg University as members, announced Friday afternoon that it has postponed fall athletic competitions in the NCAA-defined “high-contact” and “medium-contact” sports until the spring 2021 semester.
Megan Foster has been named head coach of Washington & Jefferson College men’s and women’s tennis programs.
Jarred Rice, of Washington, was named to fall 2019 and spring 2020 dean’s list at Washington & Jefferson College.
W&J graduate Ryan DeMayo ’19 is the general manager of Clean Juice in Peters Township.
Mike Bosnic saw something almost immediately in a young quarterback named Zack Swartz.
Ryan DeMayo ’19, a graduate of Washington & Jefferson College with a degree in international business, also brings a background in the ever-growing social media field.
Dr. Calvin L. Troup, president at Geneva College, will serve as chair of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) Presidents’ Council for the 2020-21 academic year.
Ronald D. Snee, a Washington & Jefferson College alumnus and founder and president of Snee Associates, LLC, was recognized as Entrepreneur of the Year at the college’s annual Entrepreneurial Leadership Dinner February 20.
DLA Piper announced today that Ronald Plesco ’90 has joined the firm’s Intellectual Property and Technology practice as a partner in Philadelphia.