DURHAM – Neal Middle School principal Michael Fuga has been named the Durham Public Schools Principal of the Year for 2018.
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Rhyan Smith, a graduate student at West Virginia University assisted W&J in gathering and organizing information as part of the College’s accreditation process through the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
The Class of 2017 graduates have departed on their individual journeys beyond Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) and have thanked many supporters, but one sticks out for aiding Presidents as they seek opportunities beyond campus borders. The Office of Career Services has helped countless students connect with professional opportunities and alumni mentors. In the Class…
W&J will honor alumnus Kenyon R. Bonner ’94, vice provost and dean of students at the University of Pittsburgh, with the 2017 Maurice Cleveland Waltersdorf Award.
W&J senior Hope Butterfield will head to Memphis, Tennessee, after graduation to begin her two-year appointment as a Corps member with Teach For America.
Actress Dawn McGee ’91 returned to W&J this week to share wisdom with Professor Scott Frank’s Intro to Theatre and Film class.
Dara Gold ’12 is the author of “How To Be The Perfect Wingwoman,” an original, new musical that debuted during the Washington D.C. Capital Fringe Theatre Festival in July.
J.J. Lendl ’07 is the artist behind the newest set of officially-licensed “X-Files” artwork from Acme Archives.
Dan Law ’08 has played a major role in organizing the Thrival Innovation + Music Festival since it began in 2013.