CEPM brings “Harnessing Hydrogen” symposium to W&J
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…
Speakers take center stage at the Washington & Jefferson College 2022 Commencement Ceremony
WASHINGTON, PA (May 24, 2022)—Washington & Jefferson College gave its nearly 300 graduates a grand sendoff on Saturday, with speeches from dreamers-turned-doers at its 2022 Commencement Ceremony.
Professor of History at WMU to Present on Agent Orange and the Legacies of the Vietnam War
WASHINGTON, PA (April 7, 2022) – Washington & Jefferson College will host Dr. Edwin Martini, professor of history at Western Michigan University, for a free public lecture at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 11, in Dieter-Porter 100. Martini will give a presentation on “Agent Orange and the Legacies of the Vietnam War.” This lecture, part…
W&J to Host former United Nations Official and Advisor at Carter Institute for Walter K. Levy Lecture
WASHINGTON, PA (April 1, 2022) – Washington & Jefferson College is excited to host Matthew Hodes, a former United Nations Official and Advisor at Carter Institute, for the 2022 Walter K. Levy Lecture as part of our International Week programming. His lecture, entitled “Trends in International Conflict Resolution,” is at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April…
CEPM to Host Webinars on Russia-Ukraine Energy Impacts, Methane Reduction
he energy implications of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the push to reduce methane emissions in the natural gas industry will be discussed in two free March webinars being hosted by the Washington & Jefferson College Center for Energy Policy and Management (CEPM) as part of its Energy Lecture Series.
W&J Symposium on Democracy 2022: With Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine, W&J Students and Freedom House Consider Global Threats to Democracy
WASHINGTON, PA (February 24, 2022)—The 2022 Symposium on Democracy at Washington & Jefferson College could not have been more timely, said Nicole Bibbins Sedaca, adding that democracy currently finds itself “battered around the world.”
W&J Symposium on Democracy 2022: Historian Fred L. Johnson III, Ph.D. ties mob violence to democratic failure
WASHINGTON, PA (March 4, 2022)—In the United States, it can be difficult to acknowledge that America’s democratic republic has often failed to protect some groups of citizens. During February’s Symposium on Democracy at Washington & Jefferson College, that’s just what historian Fred. L. Johnson III, Ph.D. did.
W&J Symposium on Democracy 2022: International leaders Shaqaiq Birashk and Kerry McBride offer first-hand perspectives on the fall of Afghan democracy
WASHINGTON, PA (February 24, 2022)—When Shaqaiq Birashk, a former policy advisor on a USAID/DAI funded project with the Afghan government, had to leave Afghanistan suddenly in 2021 after the United States withdrew from in Kabul, she had to ask herself what went wrong with America’s 20-year effort to establish a democratic Afghan republic.