Tag: Study Abroad
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WASHINGTON, PA (Sept. 22, 2020)—Even in the face of a worldwide pandemic, Tori McKeehan ’21 is still getting a global experience thanks to support from W&J. Last fall, the international studies major connected with the U.S. Department of State through their Virtual Student Federal Services (VSFS) internship program. Her year-long internship occurred alongside many other …
WASHINGTON, PA (Feb. 27, 2020)—The exchange student experience can be a challenging one, but Nayeong Kim excelled during her experience at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J)—so much so that she wrote the book about it. “The days I spent at W&J were very precious to me. It was new, sometimes challenging and meaningful…and all could …
Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) junior Dawlton Nelson ’21 plans to visit every continent (minus Antarctica) before graduation. Thanks to the Magellan Project, he’s one step closer to achieving that goal.
Our friend Hailey Treloar ’20, an international business major from Pittsburgh, got a lot out of her time in Tokyo, Japan, during the Spring 2018 semester, and she shared some of that with us.
In spring 2018, Albert Shackelford ’20 of Capitol Heights, Md., traveled to Cork, Ireland, to study at University College Cork.
This fall we have more than 40 students embarking on semester-long study abroad experiences. So why should you study abroad?
W&J senior Dana Fiola is spending her summer researching HIV treatment methods at the University of Paris Diderot in Paris, France.
For the second consecutive year, Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) hosted a group of German students participating in a language and cultural exchange program organized by the German-American Fulbright Commission.
In a classroom separated from Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) by thousands of miles and an entire ocean, associate professor of English Jennifer Harding, Ph.D., found students at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, seemed surprisingly familiar.
Nine W&J students travelled for a week in August 2016 with three U.S. physicians and provided general care to people of all ages in Costa Rica.