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…
WASHINGTON, PA (October 20, 2022)—Unconvinced by claims to the contrary, W&J junior John Rosario (J.R.) Mazza is proving just how personal business can be.
WASHINGTON, PA (October 11, 2022)—If water is necessary to sustain life, then W&J junior Renee Novak is an expert on living.
WASHINGTON, PA (October 3, 2022)—W&J Presidents of the past and present joined employers last month for W&J’s first-ever Career & Internship Fair.
WASHINGTON, PA (September 20, 2022)—W&J senior Kyleigh Jester has seen her share of trials.
WASHINGTON, PA (September 16, 2022)—W&J junior Ryan Coughenour may not be an acrobat, but after this summer, he knows how to balance the books.
WASHINGTON, PA (September 12, 2022)—W&J junior and women’s basketball guard Alyssa Pollice knows what it takes to play on a team, but just recently learned how to build one.
WASHINGTON, PA (September 6, 2022)—Rising junior Robert “Bucky” Kaiser may have transferred into W&J for a new experience, but it’s the work he’s done out of it that’s taken him to new frontiers.
WASHINGTON, PA (August 12, 2022)—Rising senior Holly Troesch works with a bunch of animals. And she wouldn’t have it any other way.
Taking Care of Injustice: Psychology major studies developmental decision-making in Social Minds Lab
WASHINGTON, PA (August 10, 2022)—For years, tattled-on kids have asked their tattlers, “Why did you tell on me?” and rising senior Julia Hurwitz might finally have an answer for them.