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.
Case closed: Maxwell scholar finds love of law through dual internships
WASHINGTON, PA (September 20, 2022)—W&J senior Kyleigh Jester has seen her share of trials.
Biochemistry major challenges himself with medical writing internship
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.
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.
W&J science students experiment with success after spending the summer in labs
WASHINGTON, PA (April 18, 2022)–Washington & Jefferson College students have spent recent months in labs contributing to the success of scientific inquiries on all things genes, germs, and proteins.
W&J Senior Completes Research Internship at UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital
WASHINGTON, PA (March 21, 2022) – Arabella Thompson ‘22 is taking a comprehensive approach to medicine, one communication at a time. Thompson spent the summer of 2021 as an intern in the laboratory of Judy Chang, M.D., in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Sciences at UPMC Magee-Women’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, PA. She researched…
W&J senior helps fellow president Brenden Kelley in race for congress
WASHINGTON, PA (March 8, 2022)—W&J Senior Nick Belofsky may swim for W&J, but as an intern with the Brenden Kelley Congressional Campaign he’s become an expert at running.
Stuck on Science: W&J alumna inspired by intellectual disabilities internship
WASHINGTON, PA (January 24, 2022)—Unlike the fictional beings that grant wishes for others, real-life “gene-y” and W&J alumna, Ashley Kunkle ’21, is working to make her own dreams a reality.
Biochemistry Major Takes on Tumors with UPMC Internship
W&J Junior Callie Barber thinks saving kids from cancer might be in the genes—literally.
Civil Rights Activist and BLM Co-Founder Opal Tometi talks activism with W&J Students
WASHINGTON, PA (Oct. 8, 2020) – Even as a face of the largest social movement in history, Black Lives Matter (BLM) co-founder Opal Tometi stressed the importance of grassroots efforts during her Q&A-style talk with Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students on Sept. 28. “I believe it really makes a difference for you to get…