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Bonnie McGill, Ph.D. ’06 has kept busy with ecological and conservation projects since graduating from Washington & Jefferson College (W&J). Her 2018 win of the highly competitive David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellowship assured she won’t be slowing down anytime soon.
Washington and Jefferson College (W&J) students traveled to Vassar College in late April to present their work at the inaugural Student Research Conference on Asia and the Environment.
WASHINGTON, Pa. (July 30, 2014)—The shale gas development that has vaulted Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale formation to the top of current U.S. natural gas production has raised concerns that local governments might be entering a “boom and bust” cycle, similar to previous resource extraction experiences in Pennsylvania’s history. A new study released today by Washington & …
WASHINGTON, Pa. (Nov. 15, 2013)—Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) Energy Lecture Series continues with “Obtaining a Social License to Operate in the Unconventional Shale Domain” Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 7 p.m. in the Howard J. Burnett Center’s Yost Auditorium.
Free and open to the…
WASHINGTON, Pa. (Feb. 25, 2014)—Michael Webber, Ph.D., will present “Thirst for Power: The Nexus of Energy & Water,” at a public lecture Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in Washington & Jefferson College’s (W&J) Howard J. Burnett Center’s Yost Auditorium.
Webber comes to W…