• Field ecologist Maren Gimpel releases a bird after banding.
    Year of the Bird

    In this international Year of the Bird, Washington College is celebrating the 20th anniversary of Foreman’s Branch Bird Observatory, located on the River and Field Campus.

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  • This summer, Washington College coach Jake Alvarez will represent his father’s homeland as a member of Puerto Rico’s national lacrosse team, competing at the 2018 Federation of International Lacrosse World Championship.
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    Jake Alvarez has earned a spot on Puerto Rico’s national lacrosse team.
  • Rebecca Fox, assistant professor of environmental science and studies, (left) and Anne Gustafson, faculty research assista...
    Faculty Focus: Fine-Tuning on the Farm

    Through multiple research projects in collaboration with the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science’s Horn Point Laboratory, Rebecca Fox, assistant professor of environmental science and studies, is helping farmers and scientists better understand the effectiveness of best management practices that are critical to the Chesapeake Bay’s health.

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  • Mar

    Delayed opening: Classes resume at 11:30am and staff report at 11am.

  • Members of WC's delegation took honors for their performance at the international conference.
    World-Class Citizens
    Over spring break, international studies professor Tahir Shad led a delegation of 18 students from Washington College to the Harvard World Model United Nations conference in Panama.
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  • Grant Twilley ’15 flies over the Sulu Sea in the Philippines while working on a LIDAR project.
    Eye in the Sky

    Using his experience in Washington College’s GIS Lab and Center for Environment & Society, Grant Twilley ’15 is flying around the world employing leading-edge technologies to map what lies beneath.

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  • Washington College is part of the Chesapeake 10 Billion, Oyster Partnership.
    10 Billion Oysters!

    Washington College joins the Chesapeake 10 Billion Oysters Partnership, an ambitious initiative to fully restore the Bay’s oyster population by 2025. 

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