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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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    September 28

    Working as a NOAA intern, Erika Koontz helped map a national marine sanctuary and gained deeper insight into the relationship between research and resource management. 

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    September 23

    A mate aboard the research vessel Callinectes during much of his time at Washington College, Zach Hall ’13 is now an ensign in the U.S. Coast Guard.

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    September 18

    As journeyman leaders in the College’s GIS Lab, Brad Janocha and Daniel Benton are presenting at international conferences, teaching younger students, and reveling in overseeing real-world projects. 

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    September 9

    Taylor Frey ’17 had a front seat to history while working as a White House intern over the summer. 

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    September 4

    During an internship at Sheppard Pratt, Keita Christophe ’17 saw firsthand the challenges faced by people battling both drug addiction and mental health issues.

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    September 1

    A committed global traveler, Marcela Morales ’16 stayed stateside this summer to work for an organization that helps refugees find their footing in the United States. 

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    July 31
    After spending a year abroad at Washington College, Aldo Ponterosso ’16 is finishing up his time in America with an internship in Washington D.C. that is helping him better define his future.
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    July 28

    His summer fellowship at George Washington’s Mount Vernon has given Ian Culcasi an in-depth and intimate view of the world of the nation’s first president.

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    July 20

    With their acceptance into a prestigious national security program, two Washington College math and computer science students have opened a remarkable door into their post-graduate careers.   

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    July 16

    Through her internship with NOAA, Anna Windle is researching and protecting the nests of loggerhead sea turtles and working every day in the natural beauty of a remarkable estuary.