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After snapping photos in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives last Wednesday, Pat Benic retired to the press room in the Capitol building, where he and his colleagues were engaged in routine tasks or pondering their lunch options.
In February and March, Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) Professor of Computing and Information Studies Samuel Fee, Ph.D., is exhibiting his project Endangered Monuments at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss.
Samuel Fee, Ph.D., associate professor of computing and information studies at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), exhibited his award-winning photography at the Hoyt Institute of Fine Arts in New Castle, Pa.
WASHINGTON, PA (Feb. 11 2014)—How do you explain the complexities, the nuances of natural sciences, to an audience that likely never studied the field?
Leslie Kollar, a senior biology major at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), spent Intersession learning to convey that message with photography. Kollar studied Conservation Photography, and said…
WASHINGTON, Pa. (October 8, 2013)—Desert Textures, a collection of art by award-winning photographer Samuel Fee, associate professor of computing and information studies at Washington & Jefferson College, is on display through the month of October at the Holy Family University Art Gallery in Philadelphia.
Through imagery of landscapes from the American West, Fee…