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.
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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.
W&J junior Nick Baker set off for Australia to study ancient and modern Aboriginal medicine.
The next Semester Abroad Showcase is Oct. 29 at 5:30 p.m. in the Media Room of The Commons.
A sense personal agency, adventure and cultural appreciation led W&J’s Tina Lee ’16 to spend her summer traveling through China.
W&J has joined the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) Generation Study Abroad initiative to help more American students gain international experience through study abroad programs.
WASHINGTON, PA (April 25, 2014)—Two Washington & Jefferson (W&J) College juniors are spending the semester studying in France and Chile respectively, recipients of Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarships. Emily Payne from Pittsburgh, Pa. and a graduate of Brentwood High School, a sociology and French double major, and Logan Kinney, an international business and Spanish double…
Students from Brazil and China make up the inaugural class of eight.
WASHINGTON, PA (April 2, 2014)—Akatsuki Harada, nationally and internationally known Japanese wood sculptor from Samukawa, Japan, is visiting Washington and Jefferson College (W&J) this week, finishing work on his camphor wood sculpture, a gift from the people of Samukawa and the Samukawa International Exchange Association (SIEA) in honor of the 32…