Saving North American Ash: W&J research team studies effects of emerald ash borer in Allegheny National Forest
WASHINGTON, PA (November 18, 2022)—In 2002, a hungry green beetle called the emerald ash borer (or EAB) made its way to North America, setting its sights and stomach on the continent’s ash trees. Insatiable and invasive, the southeast Asian insect seemed set to destroy all American ash, but a group of researchers at…
Making a state-ment: environmental studies major uncovers career possibilities in state park internship
WASHINGTON, PA (September 27, 2022)—After spending semesters studying in historic structures and cozy classrooms, W&J senior Stephanie Shugerman decided to take her learning outdoors.
W&J celebrates student accomplishments at 2022 Honors Convocation
WASHINGTON, PA (April 22, 2022)—On April 21, Washington and Jefferson College hosted its 2022 Honors Convocation in First Presbyterian Church.
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.
Professor of History at WMU to Present on Agent Orange and the Legacies of the Vietnam War
WASHINGTON, PA (April 7, 2022) – Washington & Jefferson College will host Dr. Edwin Martini, professor of history at Western Michigan University, for a free public lecture at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 11, in Dieter-Porter 100. Martini will give a presentation on “Agent Orange and the Legacies of the Vietnam War.” This lecture, part…