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WASHINGTON, PA (May 6, 2021)—Chances are, you saw a flood of social media posts around the third week of April promoting Earth Day and the idea of “going green.” Selena Easley ’21, Kali Bunecicky ’21, and Kayla Stanczak ’24 want to make sure that message doesn’t just stick to one day a year. The trio …
For 22-year-old Erin Herock, fighting climate change isn’t an option. “Climate change is one of, if not the biggest issue, that my generation faces,” said Herock, a senior environmental science and public policy major at Washington & Jefferson College. “It’s pretty anxiety-inducing at times. We don’t know how things are…
The Sustainability Committee is a group of community members dedicated to making the campus greener! It is volunteer-based, so all students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend and share their ideas. We have a meeting on Tue. Mar. 3rd, feel free to just drop in, or email Cory Christenson (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have questions.
The Sustainability Committee is a group of community members dedicated to making the campus greener! It is volunteer-based, so all students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend and share their ideas. We have a meeting on Fri. Jan. 31, feel free to just drop in, or email Cory Christenson (email@example.com) if you have questions.
W&J’s Center for Energy Policy and Management (CEPM) presented an audit to South Strabane Township.
WASHINGTON, PA (Oct. 7, 2019) – The Center for Energy Policy and Management will host its first Energy Lecture Series of the 2019-2020 season on Wednesday, Oct. 23 at 6 p.m. in the Howard J. Burnett Center at Washington & Jefferson College. The overall theme of this year’s Series is “Unpacking Energy Efficiency Programs and …
Washington & Jefferson College has a long history of researching and embracing sustainable practices, and senior Kelsea Siter ’20 is taking that relationship one step further.
About 20 local high school students visited Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) June 28 to tour the Clark Family Library as part of the W&J Center for Energy Policy and Management’s (CEPM) Living Energy Laboratory, supported by the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund.
The Princeton Review highlights colleges with sustainable practices in place, and with programs like W&J’s Environmental Studies (EVS) major that prepares students for employment and citizenship in a world defined by environmental concerns and opportunities.
W&J’s fundraising campaign, An Uncommon Bond: The Campaign for Washington & Jefferson College, has achieved its goal ahead of schedule.