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CEPM brings “Harnessing Hydrogen” symposium to W&J

Updated: September 6, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (September 6, 2022)—Washington & Jefferson College’s Center for Energy Policy & Management is presenting, “Harnessing Hydrogen: Exploring Local & Regional Opportunities in Appalachia,” on October 4. This day-long, in-person symposium on the W&J campus will explore the development of hydrogen energy and carbon capture and storage (CCS), and the potential for a clean…

W&J rising senior April Bonifate sits at a desk with computer monitors displaying scans and smiles.

Something fishy: rising senior investigates aquatic parasite in Washington internship

Updated: July 26, 2022 | Tagged: , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (July 26, 2022)—Scientific discovery is pulling at the line of aquatic researchers in Washington state and W&J rising senior April Bonifate is helping them reel it in.

W&J students Jeffrey E. Seabury, Jr. ’22 , Lillien Shaer ’22, Mario Sanchez Isabas ’23, and Nickolas Bartel ’23 bookend a podium at the Pennsylvania Political Science Association (PPSA) 83rd Annual Meeting & Conference in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

Presidential Presentations: W&J students take research on the road; showcase their findings at academic conferences

Updated: April 14, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (April 14, 2022)—Fueled by facts and findings, the W&J presidents have traded campaigns for conferences and are forging new trails to tomorrow.

Washington and Jefferson College Senior, Vanesa Hyde, conducts lab work.

Bound for Success: Psychology and English Double Major Publishes in Academic Journal

Updated: November 17, 2021 | Tagged: , , ,

Vanesa Hyde, a senior at Washington and Jefferson College, just earned herself a new title: author.

Jerrik Rydbom

“Stay Open-Minded”: Senior shares how his W&J journey landed him in a top neuroscience program

Updated: April 30, 2021 | Tagged: , ,

When Jerrik Rydbom ’21 spoke to prospective students at W&J Take Action Day in April, he shared an important piece of advice: stay open minded, because you never know where your college experience could take you.

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W&J Selects Merck Scholars for Summer 2021

Updated: March 23, 2021 | Tagged: , , ,

Washington, PA (March 23, 2021) – Eight Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) students have been selected to receive stipends from W&J’s Merck Internships for Excellence in Science program to support off-campus biomedical research internships in Summer 2021. The program, which began with a gift to W&J from the Merck biopharmaceutical company’s Merck Institute for Science…

Leonard Aims to Bridge Chemistry Courses through JayTerm Experience

Updated: November 18, 2020 | Tagged: ,

Professor Michael Leonard published an article about a JayTerm bridge course he designed to help students transition between chemistry courses.

Brionna Matt

COVID Czar: Brionna Matt ’09 Takes on unexpected role at the epicenter of Philadelphia’s outbreak

Updated: October 19, 2020 | Tagged: , , , ,

Brionna Kifer Matt ’09, M.D. became one of her hospital’s key designated resident experts for the duration of the Covid-19 outbreak.


Webinar – The Region’s Natural Gas Future: The NETL Perspective

Updated: September 16, 2020 | Tagged: , , , , ,

Join the Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management on Oct. 7 at 11 am to learn about the National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) perspective on the region’s natural gas future.

Noah Hoffman poses in front of the Pittsburgh skyline.

Small Connections Make a Big Difference in W&J Junior’s College Experience

Updated: April 9, 2020 | Tagged: ,

WASHINGTON, PA (April 9, 2020)—Building connections is no small thing. Even in this modern era with a host of technological advances, nothing beats the advantages of the personal relationships you build through your various networks, and that is especially true at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J). Just ask Noah Hoffman ’21. Noah, a biology and…