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.
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A grant awarded by The National Science Foundation (NSF) will support four projects developed by teams of faculty-researchers at schools across the nation, including Washington & Jefferson College.
The W&J College Campus Arboretum has earned the Tree Campus USA Designation from the Arbor Day Society for the seventh year in a row.
W&J Professor, Students Part of Project Recognized by USDA Forest Service as 2019 Research Highlight
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service has recognized the work of a team of scientists and foresters that includes a W&J professor and students as one of its 2019 research highlights.
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.
Adventures are guaranteed for students who seek them in the Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) Environmental Studies (EVS) Program.
Four W&J Forest Ecology students presented their work at the Pennsylvania Botany Symposium at Penn State University, and one took home an award.
Patrick Frederick ’17 was a marketing and outreach intern with the San Francisco Department of Environment’s (SFE) Energy Watch Program.
Renowned climatologist Dr. Michael Mann will give a public lecture at W&J April 20 at 6:30 p.m. in Dieter-Porter 100.
The W&J Campus Arboretum has been awarded a Level I Accreditation by The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and The Morton Arboretum.