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Dr. Mike Crabtree, professor of psychology at W&J, is picture with his wife Mary Pillow, outside of the newly dedicated Chapel at the Washington City Mission.

Washington City Mission Dedicates Chapel in Honor of W&J Professor’s Family

Updated: May 2, 2022 | Tagged: , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (May 2, 2022) – Michael Crabtree, Ph.D., a psychology professor at Washington & Jefferson College, has extended the ethical leadership values that he teaches to his students into the Washington community. Crabtree, who has taught at W&J for 49 years, serves as the board vice president for the Washington City Mission, a local…

Dr. Michael Crabtree presents to his class.

W&J Professor Wins Public Service Award

Updated: April 29, 2022 | Tagged: , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (April 28, 2022) – Michael Crabtree, Ph.D., professor of psychology at Washington & Jefferson College, recently won the Pennsylvania Psychological Association (PPA) 2022 Annual Award for Public Service. The PPA’s Public Service Award is “given to a member (individual or organization) of the Pennsylvania community in recognition of a significant contribution to the…

Leaders for the W&J Student Voting Coalition educate students on voting at the Fall 2021 Involvement Expo.

Voters Founded Here: W&J Students Turn Out for Elections at Higher Than Average Rates

Updated: November 18, 2021 | Tagged: ,

W&J’s Presidents see the value in voting.

W&J Choir to honor COVID victims in performance of ‘Requiem’

Updated: April 23, 2021 | Tagged: ,

“I have learned so many new technology skills,” according to Susan Medley, director of choral activities and professor of music at Washington & Jefferson College. She adds, however, “I hope I never have to use them again.”

‘What’s past is prologue’: Area colleges, universities innovate in the arts

Updated: March 27, 2021 | Tagged: ,

The arts, by their nature, are full of innovators – those people who will think outside of the box to make something work in any given situation.

And that’s why a virtual production of William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” will jettison into 2021 with the help of Zoom … and PowerPoint.