Miriam Beavers ‘15 spent the summer of 2014 in The Gambia immersing herself in the lifestyle of local women farmers, who are experts at living off of the land.
Many W&J students use the Magellan Project for research experiences abroad, but Lauren Horning ’15 proved the award is just as valuable at home.
See what the second-largest group of Magellan Project recipients are doing and where they are this summer.
WASHINGTON, Pa. (August 16, 2013)—Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) juniors Joseline Cortez and Dan Walters recently presented their research at the inaugural International Conference on the Arts and Humanities: “Bridges across Cultures” in Perugia, Italy. Both students’ participation was sponsored by W&J’s Magellan Project
The conference provided an […]…