Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) physics students are preparing for lift off, and are inviting students from other campus departments to join them.
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A grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation will support W&J faculty as they continue to build a robust first-year experience for freshmen students.
A new partnership between W&J and Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University will give liberal arts students greater opportunities to shine as medical doctors.
W&J has expanded its academic offerings to include four graduate programs, all of which are now enrolling.
First year students at W&J start with college with a unique set of First Year Seminar courses.
Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBB), an organization dedicated to promoting a peace “able” world, was hosted at W&J in March.
The Computational Sciences concentration aims to make CIS courses more accessible to students with majors outside of the program.