WASHINGTON, PA (June 3, 2022) – Hannah K. Bradshaw, Ph.D., assistant professor of psychology at Washington & Jefferson College, is using her recent research to benefit her students. As an evolutionary psychologist, Bradshaw focuses her research on social cognition, and more specifically, the relationship dynamics among women and between women and men. “My research is…
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WASHINGTON, PA (May 31, 2022)—Recent W&J alum Adia Muhammad ’22 is proving that a penchant for poetry can really pay off.
Presidential Presentations: W&J students take research on the road; showcase their findings at academic conferences
WASHINGTON, PA (April 14, 2022)—Fueled by facts and findings, the W&J presidents have traded campaigns for conferences and are forging new trails to tomorrow.
Join the Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management on Oct. 7 at 11 am to learn about the National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) perspective on the region’s natural gas future.
On April 18, three Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students presented their “zines” at the annual Popular Culture Association conference in Washington, D.C., as part of a round table session on education, teaching history and pop culture. Assistant Professor of Communication Arts Stevie Berberick, Ph.D., was the chairperson for the round table.
Two Washington & Jefferson College senior English majors presented their work at the 50th Annual Northeast Modern Language Conference at its inaugural Undergraduate Forum.
In early March, Washington & Jefferson College communication arts and English major Abigail Adams ’20 saw her play Don’t Worry, You’re Happy selected for a reading by professional actors at the Mid-American Theatre Conference held in Cleveland, Ohio.
Nine math students and five math faculty members attended the National Joint Mathematics Meeting (JMM) in Baltimore in January 2019.
What began as an honors project for W&J senior Emily Sterk eventually led to her taking center stage at a national conference.
Four W&J Forest Ecology students presented their work at the Pennsylvania Botany Symposium at Penn State University, and one took home an award.