WASHINGTON, PA (May 20, 2022)—Two Washington & Jefferson College Reserve Officers Training Corp (ROTC) cadets were commissioned into the United States Army at the Spring 2022 Commissioning Ceremony held at Soldiers and Sailors Hall at the University of Pittsburgh today.
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WASHINGTON, PA (May 11, 2022)—W&J senior Preston Evans is SMART. At least according to the United States Department of Defense (DoD).
WASHINGTON, PA (April 25, 2022)—After years of courses on calculations, five W&J economics and accounting students think they’ve solved the equation for post-graduate success.
WASHINGTON, PA (December 10, 2021)—Graduating Washington & Jefferson College senior Tiana Swierski has discovered the latest trend in personal wellness: a fresh, new career in healthcare administration.
Vanesa Hyde, a senior at Washington and Jefferson College, just earned herself a new title: author.
WASHINGTON, PA (Nov. 6, 2020)— At the beginning of 2020, Bianca Pate ’22 made plans to study abroad to add travel to her experiential learning opportunities at the College. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic altered her plans as it has for many others across the globe, but it inspired the Washington & Jefferson College…
WASHINGTON, PA (June 5, 2020)–Though our Commencement festivities have been postponed, we’re still excitedly celebrating the Class of 2020 and all of their accomplishments. As they prepare for their next steps following Washington & Jefferson College, several members of the Class of 2020 are sharing their plans with us. Check out Mechin Flower’s video message,…
Tiffany Krupa, Director at the Huntington Learning Center, will be on campus to present employment opportunities to students.
In the spring of 2018, Erica Ankney ’18 wasn’t sure what she was going to do after graduating from Washington & Jefferson College (W&J). She’d considered Ph.D. programs and graduate school before taking a chance on a bus trip sponsored by W&J’s Office of Career Services to…
In their exhaustive profile, the husband-wife team of Robert and Leslie Dunn studied extensive socioeconomic data from every county in America that is home to a cracker plant and then compared that data to counties without a cracker plant.