Jeffrey Germak ’14 is creating a different kind of community in Washington, D.C.—one that’s distinctly Presidential.
What if you’re a music major, but plan to become a doctor? Or a chemistry major with an interest in editing? Combining your interests is encouraged at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) – just ask Katelyn Prevenslik ’20.
Washington & Jefferson College alumnus Ethan Heller ’18 is no stranger to personal challenges. Now a law student at University of Notre Dame Law School, he’s using skills learned as a W&J undergrad to help others overcome theirs, too.
India March ’18 didn’t know what awaited her when she was preparing for graduation last May, but she knew she wanted to follow her passion for sports and entertainment industry.
Not many undergraduate students can say they’ve filed three patents for inventions, worked in labs in France, China, and Australia, and have lined up a position with a national research institution before graduation, but Blynn Shideler isn’t most students.
The United States Fulbright Commission selected three Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) seniors and one alumna as winners of Fulbright awards, continuing the College’s tradition of producing Fulbright Scholars.
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) senior Carmen Carroll recently sat down for an interview with W&J’s The Towers Podcast. In this episode, Carmen talks about how she and her twin brother Kyle found W&J, her experiences completing two Magellan Projects, and why she loves podcasting too…
The Peace Corps selected Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) political science major Abby Peace ’19 to volunteer as a community health facilitator in The Gambia.
Two Washington & Jefferson College senior English majors presented their work at the 50th Annual Northeast Modern Language Conference at its inaugural Undergraduate Forum.