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Current Newsletters:

Fall 2014, Issue 1                              Spring 2015, Issue 1

Fall 2014, Issue 2                             Spring 2015, Issue 2

Fall 2014, Issue 3                             Spring 2015, Issue 3

Fall 2014, Issue 4                             Spring 2015, Issue 4

                                                                 Spring 2015, Issue 5 

 

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    May 15
    The 2015 Sophie Kerr Prize for literary promise, worth $62,900, goes to a Baltimore native who uses his poetry to explore difficult subjects.
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    May 11

    Thanks to connections she made while studying abroad in Hong Kong, Lily Britt is spending the summer interning at one of the world’s leading supply chain management firms. 

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    April 29

    By offering externships to Washington College students, Michelle Crosier ’94 is following through on the same opportunity given to her when she was an undergrad finding her way. 

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    March 31

    Co-author on a new paper about Lyme disease, Allison Kirkpatrick ’14 is seeing some of the fruits of her internship, while an undergrad at Washington College, with an international leader on the illness.

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    March 24
    A panel of four practicing lawyers will share their experiences with students who are considering law school and a future in the profession. The event is March 24 at 5:30 in Hynson Lounge.
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    May 18
    After graduating with a double major in chemistry and Hispanic studies, Misbath Daouda ’15 is off to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to be part of a program that’s a huge step closer to her graduate school goal.
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    April 30

    A record number of Washington College students are headed off this summer to seas, coasts, estuaries, and labs, conducting research as interns for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

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    April 13
    During her internship at the Washington Center, Tracey Kamen ’17 is living, working, and learning in the heart of Washington D.C. For a political science major, what’s not to like?
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    March 30
    2015 Literary House Press Intern Nicolas Anstett describes his struggle as a writer with dysgraphia and how that struggle came to a head in his work with the Literary House Press.
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    March 16
    Emily Summers, a junior Business Management and Economics double major, is the Chief Investment Officer of the Brown Advisory Student-Managed Investment Fund.