Washington and Lee University senior Thomas Bowen of Fredericksburg, Va., has received a Fulbright research grant to Germany. His project is "Black Walnuts as Bio-inspired Packaging."
Twelve Washington and Lee University students are the winter 2014 General of the Month recipients for the Celebrating Student Success (CSS) initiative sponsored by the Division of Student Affairs to inspire engaged citizenship at W&L. Those students being recognized are Alex Baca '14, Alexandra Prather '14, Bryan Mullady '14, JP Beall '14, Grace Lee '15, […]
Randolph Hare, director of maintenance and operations at Washington and Lee, is the president-elect of the Association of Physical Plant Administrators (APPA). Hare has been a member of the W&L staff since 1971.
Several publications produced by Washington and Lee's Office of Communications and Public Affairs in coordination with the School of Law and the Office of Student Affairs were honored recently by Mid Valley Press.
Julie Campbell, associate director of communications and public affairs, won four prizes on April 13 in the Virginia Press Women's annual communications contest.
Beverly Lorig, director of Career Development, has been recognized by the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) for satisfying the established knowledge standards in coaching as well as completing the Board Certified Coach Examination.
Washington and Lee English professor Lesley Wheeler's narrative poem “The Receptionist” has landed on the Tiptree Award Honor List for 2012
Patricia Hobbs participated in the Southeast Museums Conference (SEMC) 2012 Annual Meeting, held Nov. 7-9 in Williamsburg, where she was a presenter on the topic of "Sustainable Partnerships with Academic Museums." Hobbs was also recently named to be the State Representative from Virginia to the Association for Academic Museums and Galleries (AAMG).
Jenny Davidson, coordinator of Student Service Learning at W&L, and Campus Kitchens at Washington and Lee volunteer Patrick Poindexter, of Lexington. were honored at the Campus Kitchens Project annual conference.
Washington and Lee University economics professor Jim Kahn participated in the parallel scientific sessions of the Rio+20 United Nations Environmental Summit in Rio de Janeiro in June. Kahn, the John F. Hendon Professor of Economics at W&L, presented the results of joint research between Washington and Lee University and the Federal University of Amazonas in […]